Introducing Our First Ever Resource Bundle Sale!

We are so excited to announce our first ever bundle sale! If this one goes well, we’ll be able to offer them a couple times each year. Bundle sales are really exciting for both the community as well as the content creators. 

As you may know, so much of the homeschooling resources within the community are created and promoted by real actual homeschooling parents, like yourself. It’s hard to get the word out about these amazing things that you have to offer, though, when you’re busy homeschooling! Our bundle sales will help bring new creators to light as well as support them through their generous affiliate link commissions and bonuses. 

The community also sees a massive benefit because HOMESCHOOLING MATERIAL IS EXPENSIVE. We all know this. We all struggle with this, bad. Our bundles take hundreds of dollars in homeschooling resources and files it all together for you at 90% off. Our first sale here is $28 for over $287 in curricula. That’s the cost of a few lattes or a pizza day.

It’s a way for us to blast this secular homeschooling community into the stratosphere. I. am. here. for. it.

Without further ado, allow me to introduce the beautiful pieces from our first bundle:

Secular Homeschooler

Our first quarterly magazine issue features 104 beautiful pages of homeschooling advice, experiences, ideas, and support from an inter-sectional array of parents educating their own.

The Home Educator’s Journal is compiled by parent educators for parent educators.

In this course, we will read through the book Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein. As we are reading, we will go on rabbit trails of discovery into history, art, literary references, games and more. We will find ways to learn by experiencing parts of the book through hands-on activities.

Don’t limit yourself to school at home. Lay the foundation for your crazily successful, productive, and effective homeschool by clearing out the irrelevant and harmful views of education that you have.
This mini-course contains 10 lessons, 4 videos and 2 ebooks that walk you through the process of deschooling and help you create a truly educational lifestyle.

A Child’s World Curriculum is designed for the unschoolers at heart who feel like they still need a bit of flexible structure and open-ended learning experiences for their children. Designed by a master teacher turned homeschooling mother of two, each grade level is strategically built off of far more than simple academic concepts. Taking the whole child’s development into consideration, A Child’s World is built around the emotional, social, physical, mental, cognitive, AND academic growth. Take heart in knowing that every “necessary” concept is being learned, while your choices for implementation are 100% flexible and open-ended, allowing you to follow your child’s interests and lead in learning. Currently available are Grades Pre-K through 2nd Grade, with Grades 3-5 coming in 2020.
Your kids don’t have to wait until high school to build their foundational photography skills. Packed with large, high-quality images from photographer Julia Soplop’s own portfolio to illustrate concepts, this course introduces students to the basics of light, composition, and perspective. It then walks them through experimenting with different genres of photography, including still life, motion, nature, and storytelling. (No photography experience is necessary to facilitate this curriculum.)

Dive into a nature unit study and learn about biomes’ climate, location, flora, and fauna with this comprehensive learning set. There are art cards, fact cards, Montessori cards, posters and maps for 16 biomes: Tundra, Polar desert, Grassland, Deciduous forest, Bog, Swamp, Savanna, Mediterranean vegetation, Montane forest, Monsoon forest, Taiga, Xeric shrubland, Arid desert, High plateau, Chaparral, and Dry Steppe. Complete your own research and fill out the Biome Research page for each habitat you study!

Our Pre-Kindergarten Games are designed to introduce young learners to the skills covered in Pre-K and Kindergarten. Each game has 5 learning tasks. Kids must solve the learning task to get a secret code. Games can be played with our locking Blimey Box Game Kit or set up in a treasure-hunt style format. Our Games Promote: Reading and Math Skills Creative Problem-Solving Critical Thinking Perseverance Growth Mindset Logical Reasoning And a whole lot of fun

Learn about our Solar System, the Moon, galaxies, and our Earth in this child-tested science study. The four week study can be easily customized to fit any family style. For hands-on learners, this study includes a variety of art, craft, STEM projects, and theme related snack ideas. This study also includes daily educational video links from Youtube and educational websites. The study will lead you directly to each video. This study is based on five of Gail Gibbon’s nonfiction books.

Secular Homeschooler

Our second magazine issue features 104 beautiful pages of homeschooling advice, experiences, ideas, and support from an inter-sectional array of parents educating their own.

The Home Educator’s Journal is compiled by parent educators for parent educators.

Whether home-schooling or raising world citizens, our explore the world from home downloadable digital guides are perfect for introducing your family to different parts of the world. The New Zealand edition includes a thorough information section, three authentic recipes, three activities, a comprehensive resource section, and a fun printable passport to use to record your child’s learning. All these elements will introduce your family to the geography, history, and culture of New Zealand.

20 lessons covering the bodily systems and correlating disorders/diseases. Anatomy and Physiology broken down into language children can understand, with illustrations, activities, and experiments to make learning fun! 204 pages, fully illustrated, valued at $75.

 

Lesson 1: Respiratory Systems

Lesson 2: What is Asthma?

Lesson 3: Cardiovascular System

Lesson 4: What is a Heart Attack?

Lesson 5: Nervous System

Lesson 6: What is Autism?

Lesson 7: Digestive System

Lesson 8: What is Celiac Disease, Lactose Intolerance, and Food Allergies?

Lesson 9: Urinary System

Lesson 10: What is Kidney Disease?

Lesson 11: Endocrine System

Lesson 12: What is Diabetes?

Lesson 13: Integumentary System

Lesson 14: What is Eczema?

Lesson 15. Skeletal System

Lesson 16: What is a Broken Bone?

Lesson 17: Muscular System

Lesson 18: What is Muscular Dystrophy?

Lesson 19: Lymphatic System & Immune System

Lesson 20: What is Cancer?

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A Child’s World Curriculum is designed for the unschoolers at heart who feel like they still need a bit of flexible structure and open-ended learning experiences for their children. Designed by a master teacher turned homeschooling mother of two, each grade level is strategically built off of far more than simple academic concepts. Taking the whole child’s development into consideration, A Child’s World is built around the emotional, social, physical, mental, cognitive, AND academic growth. Take heart in knowing that every “necessary” concept is being learned, while your choices for implementation are 100% flexible and open-ended, allowing you to follow your child’s interests and lead in learning. Currently available are Grades Pre-K through 2nd Grade, with Grades 3-5 coming in 2020.

“Getting on Moon Time” by Nicolette Sowder of Wilder Child and Kids’ Moon Club is from Issue Four of Secular Homeschooler’s Home Educator’s Journal. This is an MP3 recording by E.M. Stone.

Looking for a fun way to incorporate themed vocabulary into your classroom or homeschool? Each week features a different themed picture or pictures, six vocabulary words to learn, and five days of quick, fun activities using those words. This is geared towards five- and six-year-olds but follows the same format as other homeschool vocab programs. The February unit comes with the following themes: Chinese New Year, Extreme Weather, Valentine’s Day, Dining Room, and Winter Sports.

Bitsbox teaches kids ages 6-12 how to code by sending crazy fun app projects in the mail! Kids use the projects to build apps on our website, and can then play with the apps on any smartphone or tablet. This is a PDF of five beginner app projects!

family asl

These simple-to-assemble flash cards will help you and your kids practice your alphabet in ASL. You’ll soon be able to finger-spell your names or new words that you’ve not yet learned the signs for!

This beautiful homeschool planner in soft green, red, and beige damask patterns includes planning pages for one child, two children, and three children, so that you can choose the style that fits your family!

 

This 120 page PDF includes planning pages for co-op classes, monthly and yearly goals, four day or five day weeks, attendance tracker, reading log, and much more! Calendars and weekly planning pages are undated so that the planner can be used year after year, but the file does include planner covers and attendance logs with dates for 2019 through 2023 and will be updated to include future years. Email threelittlehomeschoolers@gmail.com to get future updates for free!

A Child’s World Curriculum is designed for the unschoolers at heart who feel like they still need a bit of flexible structure and open-ended learning experiences for their children. Designed by a master teacher turned homeschooling mother of two, each grade level is strategically built off of far more than simple academic concepts. Taking the whole child’s development into consideration, A Child’s World is built around the emotional, social, physical, mental, cognitive, AND academic growth. Take heart in knowing that every “necessary” concept is being learned, while your choices for implementation are 100% flexible and open-ended, allowing you to follow your child’s interests and lead in learning. Currently available are Grades Pre-K through 2nd Grade, with Grades 3-5 coming in 2020.

Blend your science and nature study with art and try visually documenting a year of weather in your area! Print out multiple charts and use a website like timeanddate.com to look up the past weather for your area plus any other areas you would love to see in visual comparison to your own! Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Leap Year versions are all included in the file.

Simple charts and visuals, geared towards homeschooling families, to help your days flow more easily. Visual cues help younger children use the tools for more independence! The printable set includes a weekly set of pages with spaces for school, chores and fun, plus a daily task sheet, and even a reminder sheet to hang on your front door.

Explore the art of animal tracking through studying wildlife footprints and scat.

All four lessons from the Whodunnit? series.

This bundle includes: 

– Track Meet – Lesson Twenty-One
– Setting the Trap – Lesson Twenty-Two
– That’s Scat – Lesson Twenty-Three 
– Scat Snack – Lesson Twenty-Four

A colorful bullet journal inspired printable to keep track of your school lessons through the week. Use this sheet to keep track of a week worth of lessons, and jot down what you have done as you go. Think of it as more of a journal than as a place to plan ahead! Use a planner to get messy and plan, and use this to document and save your accomplishments.
Secular Homeschooler Magazine Issue Three DIGITAL

Secular Homeschooler

The Home Educator's Journal: Issue One Digital

Our third magazine issue features 104 beautiful pages of homeschooling advice, experiences, ideas, and support from an inter-sectional array of parents educating their own.
The Home Educator’s Journal is compiled by parent educators for parent educators.

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