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Best of Homeschool Super Heroes Bundle Sale

We’re hosting 5 Super Heroes interviews next week so let’s celebrate!

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We know there’s a lot to choose when you are homeschooling. That’s why we want to give you an extra amount of encouragement when you need it – smack dab in the middle of your school year. And SAVE you lots of money! Whether you are new or experienced to homeschooling, these interviews will encourage, inspire & challenge you for the upcoming year. See the comments on the right sidebar. Every year we interview Homeschool Super Heroes in their area of expertise. We have 60 interviews, 60 cheat sheets & 60 transcripts/mini-books. You can grab all 222 items (74 + 74 + 74) for ONLY $37 I’ve never discounted Homeschool Super Heroes this much. Why am I doing it right now? I want to encourage you as a mom, homeschooler, chauffeur, nurse, maid, chef and everything else you do. Sally Clarkson | HomeschoolSuperHeroes.comWe have the recordings, transcripts & cheat sheets from all the Homeschool Super Heroes…for all 5 years! That’s 74 interviews, 74 transcripts & 74 cheat sheets. You’ll hear from homeschool experts like

    • Rebecca Brandt (Mom’s Mustard Seeds)


  • Andrew Pudewa (IEW)



  • Leslie Nunnery (Teach Them Diligently)



  • Tristie Fisher (Grace Bible Church)



  • Heidi St John (Busy Homeschool Mom)



  • Heather MacMillan (We Choose Virtues)



  • Linda Hobar (Mystery of History)



  • Sally Clarkson (Wholeheart)



  • Jill Pike (IEW)



  • Kendra Fletcher (Preschoolers & Peace)



  • … and 37 more homeschool experts



SCROLL to the bottom for a complete list of all Homeschool Super Heroes! With the recordings, you can listen at your leisure, when you have time. And it’s less than the cost of a Saxon Math Home Study Kit or IEW History Based Writing Lessons or Mystery of History. You can get the ALL 5 years of Homeschool Super Heroes packages for ONLY $37 ONLY until the interviews start on Monday, August 29, 2016 Click below to get BEST of Homeschool Super Heroes Bundle for $37 Add to CartView Cart

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Homeschool Super Heroes HSH-binder Why is this a great deal? The Original 2010 Homeschool Super Heroes package includes 16 interviews, 16 mini-books & 16 cheat sheets sell regularly for $57 The 2011 Homeschool Super Heroes package includes 13 interviews, 13 mini-books & 13 cheat sheets sell regularly for $57. The 2012 Homeschool Super Heroes package includes 15 interviews, 15 mini-books & 15 cheat sheets sell regularly for $57. The 2013 Homeschool Super Heroes package includes 16 interviews, 16 mini-books & 16 cheat sheets sell regularly for $57. The 2014 Homeschool Super Heroes package includes 14 interviews, 14 mini-books & 14 cheat sheets sell regularly for $57. You would spend $258 ($57 x 5 pkg) if you bought all 74 interviews, mini-books & cheat sheets individually. Today you can save $221 by grabbing this BEST of Homeschool Super Heroes Pre-Sale That’s 74 audio interviews, 74 transcripts/mini-books, and 74 cheat sheets. That’s 17 cents for each interview….17 cents for each transcript….17 cents for each cheat sheet. Am I crazy? Why am I doing this? Five years ago at this time, I was watching every penny. We had some huge expenses and less income. I had to make ends meet. Can you relate? Yet, there were items we had to buy for my kids’ education. Most of their textbooks were over $150. A single CD cost me $75 for one of their classes. Add up all those expenses, times 2 kids, and I was paying over $625 in supplies just to “start school”. I don’t want you to pay that much to get ready for your school year. So, we have priced these 60 interviews as low as possible. Homeschool Super Heroes HSH-cd You have a choice . . . You can get all years of Homeschool Super Heroes (74 in all) for only $37 I know you will be encouraged and have all you need to start the 2015 school year right! Just grab all 74 interviews, 74 mini-books & 74 cheat sheets for ONLY $32 right now. You won’t see this deal again! Click below to get BEST of Homeschool Super Heroes Bundle for $37 Add to CartView Cart

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BEST of Homeschool Super Heroes Week Sale
ends on Labor Day, Monday, September 5, 2016

Wondering what our previous Homeschool Super Heroes discussed?
Take a look by clicking on each link below.

Original 2010 Homeschool Super Heroes

2011 Homeschool Super Heroes

2012 Homeschool Super Heroes

2013 Homeschool Super Heroes

2014 Homeschool Super Heroes

Past Homeschool Super Heroes include:

Andrew Pudewa (IEW)
Sally Clarkson (Wholeheart)
Todd Wilson (Family Man)
Jill Pike (IEW)
Heidi St John (Busy Moms)
Shirley Solis (Lifetime)
Sharon Jeffus (Visual Manna)
Kendra Fletcher (Preschoolers & Peace)
Linda Hobar (Mystery of History)
Rachael Carman (Apologia)
Lee Binz (Homescholar)
Hal & Melanie Young (Boys)
Michele Miller (TruthQuest History)
Kerry Beck (Raising Leaders)
Bob & Tina Farewell (Bring Dads Home)
Pam Forster (Doorposts)
Jim Weiss (Greathall)
Janice Campbell (Excellence in Literature)
Mary Jo Tate (Get It All Done)
Sherri MacLean (Titus 2 Moms)
Jim Bob Howard (Coupons)
Tristie Fisher (Grace Bible Church)
Stephanie Buckwalter (Kamikaze Cleaning)
Jon Sullivan (Adoption)
Chelle Barnaby (Reading)
JoJo Tabares (Art of Eloquence)
Terri Camp
Gena Suarez (Old Schoolhouse)
Adam Andrews (Teaching the Classics)
Marilyn Rockett (Homeschooling Today)
Phyllis Wheeler (Motherboard)
Kerry Beck (Teaching Writing & Righteousness)
Hunter Beck (Practical Skills)
Mike Hanik (Family Time Fitness)
Toni Anderson (Happy Housewife)
Stef Layton (Reclaiming the Family, Educating Laytons)
Tiany Davis (The Homeschool Lounge, Social Savvy Mom)
Amy Roberts (Raising Arrows)
Wendy Hilton (Hip Homeschool Mom)
Holly Syx (I Go BoGo)
Stephen Beck (Father’s Stew)
Kerry Beck (Faith & Fun in Homeschool)
Hunter Beck (Marshmallow Gun Business)
Rebecca Brandt (Mom’s Mustard Seeds)
Kim Kautzer (Write Shop)
Chris & Wendy Jeub (Monument Publishing)
Janine LaTulippe (True Aim Education)
Tricia Hodges (Southern Hodge Podge)
Kelli Becton (Homeschooling Adventurez)
Sharla Kostelyk (Chaos & Clutter)
Aurie Good (Our Good Life)
Marci Godwin (The Homeschool Scientist)
Jill Craft (Blessed Beyond a Doubt)
Peter Minke (Minke Wellness)
Stephen Beck (Family Mission Trips)
Kerry Beck (Family Discipleship)

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Early Bird Special, Giveaway & Donate to Compassion

Homeschool Super Heroes Week {FREE Audios for you} starts tonight!

Have you registered?

Listen to the BEST of our Homeschool Super Heroes for free:

 Last minute reminder . . .

Our Early Bird Specialends tonight – Monday, August 29 at midnight

Why would you get our Early Bird Special when you can listen to Homeschool Super Heroes for free?

  • You can listen to all 5 years of Homeschool Super Heroes – That’s 74 interviews on a wide variety of topics.
  • You will not miss anything they share to make you a better homeschool mom
  • You SAVE $221
  • You also get our quick reference, Cheat Sheets
  • You can print the Cheat Sheets & put them in a notebook for quick reference
  • You get Mini-Books of each Super Hero’s interviews

Click here to save 85% on all 74 interviews. The price increases tonight

Are you a visual learner?
You’ll get 74 Cheat Sheets & 74 Mini Books – 1 for each Homeschool Super Hero!

Are you an audio learner?
Listen to our 74 audio interviews over & over again!

Grab all 74 audio interviews, 74 Mini-Books & 74 Cheat Sheets for our Early Bird Special of $32.

Here’s the page. Scroll to the bottom: Best of Homeschool Super Heroes Early Bird Special That’s less than 50 cents for each interview, each mini-book & each cheat sheet. I can’t think of anything these days that’s less than 50 cents!


I keep forgetting to tell you that we are
donating 10% Homeschool Super Hero sales to Compassion
. Donate 10% to Compassion when you buy Homeschool Super Heroes Bundle

A few years ago, we adopted Diego (left) with our profits in Homeschool Super Heroes 2012. Our monthly donation, through Compassion, provides clothing, food, medical, education & spiritual ministry to a child.

This year, we continue to sponsor Diego, using 10% Homeschool Super Hero sales. Since then, we’ve sponsored a 2nd child (Gustavo, on right), through your generous support.

Our Giveaway

This week we are running a giveaway and you can enter below.

What might you win? Below are our FIRST 2 prizes. We’ll add more as the week goes by.

If you have any questions about what you are getting, please reply to this email. We are happy to help.

Blessings, Kerry Beck

ps. Go grab the Best of Homeschool Super Heroes Early Bird Special at a huge discount. You’ll be supporting Diego & Gustavo when you invest in these interviews. a

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Homeschool Super Heroes Starts Tonight

I am so excited that Monday is finally here because it is Kick Off day for our Homeschool Super Heroes Week. We have the best lineup of interviews for you to listen to this week & next week. That’s right – We had so many Homeschool Super Heroes accept our interview invitation that we will run some interviews next week.

Each morning we will send an email with the url for that day’s interviews and our current giveaway.

If you want to win one of our giveaways, all you have to do is post a comment on our blog or enter any other way listed below. Today I’m giving away a copy of The Multiplying Menace Divides.

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Each interview will only be available for the time indicated below (& written on the website) You can listen to the interview any time during the 2 hour period that it is available. Be sure to start listening at least 45 minutes before time is up.

–>> Monday, August 19
8-10 pm Eastern
Kerry Beck, How to Homeschool My Child
“Why & How to Homeschool!”

We will email the link to this interview, once you have registered.

You’ll notice most speakers cover more than one topic. That’s a great reason to listen to the entire interview.

If you can’t make an interview, remember you can always get the recordings.

You can still get all 15 interviews for only $27 until tonight!  You’ll also get professionally-edited transcripts of each interview. And, for the busy homeschool mom, we’ve created “Cheat Sheets” so you can have a quick-reference with highlights from each interview. You can get your copy here:

NOTE: We are donating 10% Homeschool Super Hero sales to Compassion…

The price on our package increases when the interviews start at 8pm EASTERN this evening.

Talk soon,

How to Homeschool my Child

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What are your goals for homeschooling?

Setting priorities & goals in homeschooling can actually provide freedom.  When you know where you’re headed and where your focus should be, you don’t need to worry.  You don’t need to compare yourself to your friend’s homeschool.  You don’t need to feel trapped by specific curriculum.  Choose your goals wisely this year and you will be rewarded in the end.

One of my goals is to give our kids a good Biblical foundation & critical thinking skills so they could move forward.  I want a Biblical perspective in all areas of what we do (academics, sports, friends, home life).  Whatever we  teach should come from a Biblical perspective.  In science, we obviously start with creation.  In math, we discover the orderliness of how God works.

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I wrote this article a few years ago when our kids were still at home.  As we work with young families at our church, I believe it is still applicable today.  Let me know what you think.

You might wonder what this new word is. It is a short way to describe most of America today.  We are BUSY!! A few years ago, Steve & I evaluated our family activities and made some changes in our schedule. We decided that we were too busy.

Too busy for each other.

Too busy for others.

Too busy to help in emergency situations.

Too busy to enjoy our life right now.

   In an effort to change our lifestyle, we told our children they could be involved in two activities per year. For them, this meant they must choose which sport or activity they would participate. If it were up to my children, they would choose a sport or activity for each & every season of the year. This has been an excellent training process and we hope will translate to
decision making as an adult.

Once we made this change, we began having more evenings as a family and more evenings with friends. Some of our children still ask “what are we doing tonight?” They want to have every minute planned with an activity. In a similar way, I find it sad when we see newlyweds who need to have activities almost every night of the week, and neglect their spouse in the process. This may be a direct result of having “activities” every night of the week as they grew up.

Busy-ness may stem from our children’s activities, but it may also stem from simply taking care of one’s own family and home. Sometimes we can be busy from the day-to-day routines. If this is the case, you might evaluate what it takes to keep up with your home and family. Be sure that your priorities around the home are really God’s priorities.

Even though our family is to be top priority, it should not be the only priority. You might find that you have chosen activities at home that do not allow you to reach out to others, to reach out in time of need, or to be a friend when someone else needs a shoulder to lean on.  We need to raise our children so they see a balance between taking care of our families and taking care of those in need.

Another way moms can become too busy is through outside ministry. This is usually not the case with homeschooolers, but it might creep in when least expected. I have seen “stay-at-home” moms that look like they are working full-time outside the home. They spend so much time with charity work, leading Bible studies, or helping with a variety of ministries that they are gone most of the week. If this is where your busy-ness is, choose only one activity outside the home got you to participate.

Once you drop some of your less important activities, whether they are outside the home or within the home, you can then spend more time with God, more time enjoying your family and more time on Godly priorities.  Grab a cup of coffee. Send the kids outside to play. Talk to God about His priorities for you and your family.

(c)Kerry Beck, 2007
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Kerry Beck, who wrote Raising Leaders, Not Followers, divides her time between wife, mom, teacher and business woman. You can pick up her free report, “How to Get It All Done” at Organizing for Home School.