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Celebrating homeschool how to booklet 100 by Renee Ellison

Thursday, 04. September 2008 by Renee Ellison

Renee has produced her 100th “homeschool how to”. This one is Beginner Sewing Basics: Why sew? Plus a checklist of sewing skills to conquer. Like most of her other how-to booklets, this one is inexpensive (costs less than 3 dollars) and will help to motivate a mom to make headway in yet another aspect of home management. Renee began working on these how to’s thirty years ago while she was a teacher in various types of schools up and down the Front Range of Colorado. The joke her family has heard for the last ten years is when Renee has said, “Really, this is the last one I’m going to produce. Now I’m going to settle into cooking the meals, making the clothing, and other aspects of home life (along with homeschooling).” That was when we were at about number 40. There’s no telling how far Renee will go with her future (as yet unknown to the rest of us) how to booklets and home management solutions, but to celebrate, we’re having a sale on a funny DVD about how to manage groups of children. Renee (and hubby Todd, as “Mr. Wrong”) produced this video as one of the first projects of their married life in the early 1990s. It’s on sale just in time to give a boost to all you parents who are taking on running an Awanas program or other children’s club this fall. Order the DVD today and get some laughs along with some very helpful tips.

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