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think of this issue!
TOS Touches Hearts
“Deborah: You always touch the deep-est fibers of my heart with your articles!
Your articles are the best part to start the
magazine. Incredible how you always
hit me with the simple and real truth!!
Thank you! The themes are simple, but
are strong and real. Oh my . . . when my
kids get older and leave!!!
“Thank you also for welcoming me to
the Review Crew as the first Spanish blog-ger representing the Spanish-speaking
community. I feel so humbled and happy for this great opportunity! You don’t
know how much I enjoy this magazine.
Every time I receive a new issue, I spend
one week reading its articles at bedtime.
They’re of great inspiration and help for
—Mayra Rodriguez, Los Angeles, CA
“My family is enjoying the Schoolhouse-
Teachers.com [site] and it is very affordable for the amount of info I use. I like
that I can point, click, teach! It makes my
job so much easier! God bless!”
—Esther Putman, Owosso, MI
“Oh my gosh! My love for Schoolhouse
Teachers was pretty solid. Now you went
and added a daily checklist for each level.
I’m so over the moon about this I can’t even
begin to tell you. LOVE IT!! Thank you!!”
—Lisa Berry via Facebook
“I’m really enjoying the site and the TON
of amazing resources. We just revamped
our homeschool schedule/curriculum to
be able to take advantage of things like
this. Schoolhouse Teachers came around
at just the right time for us. . . . Schoolhouse Teachers isn’t just for kiddos . . .
Mom’s going to take guitar lessons, too!”
—Christine Randles, Cedar Springs, MI
Facebook Fans Share Their
“After the first year, our daughter’s best
friend asked her mom to homeschool her
too . . . and they did it! Her behavior and
education reflected what they wanted for
their child too!”
—Maggie Goodman Russell via Facebook
“I absolutely LOVE the site. I can’t believe
how much you’ve jam-packed into it, and
it’s all high quality. I feel so blessed!”
—Nanci Smith, Graham, WA
“I felt like with each subject, I actually
knew the teacher planning each lesson.
They were very personable and I immediately felt as though they had my child’s
best interest in mind.”
—Kelsey Nichols, via blog
Editor’s Note: Visit Kelsey’s blog to read the
rest of her review.
“My proudest moment was graduating both my son and daughter this past
May. When I started this adventure 13
years ago I never realized how awesome
it would be. . . . Proud is when your kids
turn out to be well read, thoughtful, loving, kind, and able to think for themselves. All the glory goes to God . . . without His guidance my husband and I could
not do it!”
—Tricia Freeman Pratt via Facebook
“Making it through first grade and deciding to continue homeschooling second