Wednesday, November 24, 2010

The Old Schoolhouse and their Black Friday Sale

Many of you know that I have been involved with The Old Schoolhouse for the past year and a half (or so) as part of the TOS Homeschool Review Crew.  Even before that, though, I had been subscribing to the magazine for a number of years.  I also loved using the TOS website for finding product reviews, or just for ideas.

I was a customer at the Schoolhouse Store as well.  And their store is why I'm writing this post today.  They are doing a special Black Friday promotion -- now through midnight on Monday.

They have some pretty amazing specials... and if I didn't already have so much of this one below, I would jump on it.  I wonder if I could give away the things I already own?  Hmmmm...
The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is extending an extraordinary subscription offer to homeschool families. U.S. and Canadian residents can receive a one-year print subscription and a FREE Homeschooling with Heat tote bag, FREE Schoolhouse Planner of your choice, and FREE E-Book: Cranberry Christmas for just $19.95. One-year subscriptions start with the winter issue. It makes a perfect gift for yourself and a friend. There are a limited number of tote bags available from November 24 through midnight on November 29-once they're gone, they're gone! Hurry and grab this tremendous value today! It's over $80 in free gifts--one of them the gorgeous Cranberries & Cream tote bag.
There are doorbuster specials every day.  There are free gifts with purchases (starting at $30).  I particularly want to get that first set of gifts... Three Curiosity Files (I love these... watch for a review soon!), a Hands of a Child lapbook, an Easy Classical schedule that would go great with one I'm reviewing...  we'll have to see.

If you are like me and can't really spend anything right now, there is also a fabulous freebie page.  You at least need to go check that out!

Disclaimer: I may receive some product credit for helping to advertise this special. I may not.  Either way, I only promote things I really believe in, and The Old Schoolhouse is certainly something I believe in.

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