Class includes 6 video based learning modules
Step by step instructions and tutorials to help you MASTER:
"I am starting out with Sight word books. I struggle trying to find books for my little guy to read. I am beyond excited for this journey. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and ideas. It is much appreciated."
Abby didn't want to join the Make and Sellable class! Actually, she sent me an email with a sweet, "thanks, but no thanks".
Then her wheels started spinning.
Love creative brains:)
It made my day when I received an email that said, "ok, I lied..."
I had never considered making printables, but after watching the free video, I purchased the bundle that provides further details and templates to facilitate creating printables. Bekki explains each step and process clearly. Not only has she helped with explaining the needed elements, the process of creating and listing items for sale, she has provided guidance and help with the programs used. Each step of the process is explained throughly. The provided checklist of necessary steps and elements is a great resource for starting out. Additionally, it’s like having a personal cheerleader in your corner; Bekki is so enthusiastic and happy to celebrate with you every little achievement in your journey. She is approachable with any questions and eager to help when asked. "Thanks to wealth of information and encouragement Bekki provides I’ve successfully created printables and have posted them on TPT (and actually made my first sale!!!).After leaving a well paid full time position in order to raise my daughter, I had periodically tried to find some means of bringing in a little extra cash from home. Bekki’s classes are the first I’ve found that I really felt comfortable and confident with as a means of earning extra cash. I believe the processes and skills she teaches will lead to success if given time and effort to implement. I recommend the classes without hesitation."
About 20 years ago, my husband tricked me into homeschooling.
I was completely against the idea and thought the few homeschoolers I knew were weird.
I was convinced I could not educate my own kids either. He didn’t care. Well, he cared. He just knew we were supposed to do it. He asked me to try it for one year. “If it’s terrible, horrible, no good, and very bad then we can quit.”
That was almost two decades ago.
Homeschooling is hard.
Had I known that from the beginning I might have quit before I figured out I could actually do it.
Let’s stop trying to be perfect homeschoolers and realize that we need each other on this crazy journey.
Where you can find all of the homeschooling goodness?
A Better Way to Homeschool On this website you will find:
This is a public page focusing on bringing you resources, freebies, and encouragement for homeschooling all with character training in mind.
This spot on the internet is special. This closed group is filled with new and veteran homeschool moms who are lazer focused on the character training of their kids. But it's more than that. It's a community of homeschooling friends who are excited to get to know each other. We chat about parenting, babies, food, activities, books, and even homeschooling. But ALWAYS with the character of our kids as our primary goal.
This is a positive, encouraging and loving group. Although we laugh a lot, meanness, scorning, and overall yucky behavior is not tolerated. Come join us!
You Tube Channel, BetterWay2Homeschool
A growing collection of videos about homeschooling, some dating back to my days of shoulder length hair and toothless kids!