#breakthrulinkup 32 – Build YOUR (homeschool) Bundle!

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The 2018 edition of Build Your Bundles has a ton of stuff that will energize and equip your homeschool in the coming year!

Welcome to #breakthrulinkup 32!

It's "bundle season" again, friends ūüôā

You may have started to see emails from your favorite homeschool bloggers talking about it, and I just wanted to weigh in with you - my homeschooling high school peeps - to answer the question:

Is the current Build Your Bundle (BYB) good for homeschooling high schoolers?

Well, the answer is an unequivocal "yes" and "no!"

IF:

  • you've already gotten the coming year (or high school years!) planned out, and
  • you've already decided on the resources you'll need to implement that plan, and
  • you've already purchased those resources and have them waiting in the wings, then, of course, the answer is "No."

(And if that's the case, then kudos to you as well, dear mama! We definitely need to talk...)

IF, however:

  • you're still working on your teen's high school plan, or
  • you're either searching for or at least trying to decide on your resources, or
  • you're sweatin' about the fact that you will have to make some purchases and you're worried about the dent it may/will make in your budget...then the answer is "Yes, Virginia, it's time to take a look at the #byb2018!"

There are some great resources for high school homeschoolers (and middle schoolers!) in this year's Build Your Bundle *Homeschool Edition*!

What's inside the Build Your Bundle for high schoolers?

The beauty of that question is that there are a bunch of resources! This year (the 5th year BYB is being offered) there are not one, but TWO different bundles available. Both are great financial values; the personal value to your family will lie in knowing what your own needs are.

Bundle #1 includes:

Organization - The Homeschool Planner - Character Badges

Science - The Periodic Table of Elements Notebooking Pages - NotebookingPages.com

Math - Practical Percents - Math Geek Mama Educational Resources

Science/Math/History - The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Numbers Unit Study - Nature Glo's eScience

English/Writing - College Prep Writing Curriculum: Write to Achieve! - Collegiate Learning

English/Writing - Design Your Own Literature-based High School Courses - Train up a Child Publishing

English/Writing - A Wrinkle in Time Online Book Club - Literary Adventures for Kids * 

English/Writing -High School Vocabulary (Volume 1) - CHSH-Teach

Religion - Paul's Journeys - Bible Pathway Adventures

Religion - World Religions and Cults, Vol 1 - Master Books

Fine Arts - Art History through the Ages, Volume 2: Baroque and Rococo Art - A Helping Hand Homeschool

Fine Arts - An Introductory to Art History-Renaissance - How Great Thou Art

Electives/Life Skills - Skill Trek: The Big, Bold, and Brilliant Bumper Bundle {Junior High Edition} - Skill Trek

 

Bundle #2 includes:

The 2018 edition of Build Your Bundles has a ton of stuff that will energize and equip your homeschool in the coming year!Organization - 2018-2019 Middle & High School Planners for Boys & Girls - In All You Do & Thrifty Homeschoolers

Math - Graphing Calculator Activities - Math Geek Mama Educational Resources

Math - Daily Math Skills Review for Middle School - CHSH-Teach

World History - Philosophers At A Glance with Ancient History Timeline - Home School Adventure Co.

World History - All Roads Lead to Rome: A Study of Ancient Rome - Live and Learn

English (Grammar/Composition) - Essay Styles for High School - Train up a Child Publishing * 

English (Literature) - 10 Weeks of Shakespeare ~ Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades - Learn.MusicinOurHomeschool.com *

English - 50 Word Roots Every Child Should Know Before High School - Cathy Canen

Religion/Bible Survey - Bible Road Trip-Year Two Curriculum: The Books of Poetry and Prophecy - Thinking Kids Press

Religion/Critical Thinking - Do Right: Learning To Make Wise Choices - Not Consumed Ministries, LLC

Fine Arts - M.C. Escher and Tessellations Unit Study - Nature Glo's eScience

Fine Arts - Beethoven Who? Family Fun with Music - Building Tomorrow's Generation with Marcia Washburn

Critical Thinking - Teach Your Children "How to Think" with Mentoring (& Study Guide) - How to Homeschool My Child

Electives/Life Skills - Skill Trek: The Big, Bold, and Brilliant Bumper Bundle {High School Edition}  - Skill Trek * 

*  We're currently working on these materials in our own homeschool and they come highly recommended!

The happy-wallet news is that either of these bundles is a "whopping"...$39!!

The even-cooler thing is that you have the option of building your own bundle for that same price!

What that means is exactly what it sounds like: do you see some products that you could definitely use, but others not-so-much? Well then, choose up to 5 (with no price cap) for $39 or up to 15 with their "Buy 2 Get 1 Free" plan! Use this handy shopping list to plan your purchases and track your savings, and find a listing of all the products available here (there are even 3 science courses that count as full credit courses!).

Check out the Upper Grades Bundles for yourself!

Resources for writing, science, literature, critical thinking, life skills...and MORE!

So, will you do me a favor?

If you ARE a homeschooler: take a look through the products being offered and see if any could be of use to you in the coming year. If so, BUY NOW - because this sale only lasts for ONE week! By next week's #breakthrulink up...it'll all be gone!

If you're NOT a homeschooler: please consider sharing this post using any of the tools to the left with any homeschoolers you know. Seriously, considering the quality and price of these products, you will be blessing them and their kiddos!

Thanks so much!

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3 thoughts on “#breakthrulinkup 32 – Build YOUR (homeschool) Bundle!”

  1. That sounds like a great bundle! We do have high school mostly planned out but I know that anything can change at any time.

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  2. Thank you for hosting this opportunity to bring bloggers together and share their posts. I look forward to your party each week. #OverTheMoon #WWBlogHop #ThursdayFavoriteThings. I am sharing a few Cinco de Mayo Recipes, Crock Pot Cocktail Smokies, and Crock Pot Chicken Stroganoff.

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