We love all of the products from Not Consumed and are excited about this awesome sale!
I love buying new school supplies and curriculum, and I love trying new things. I have been following Not Consumed’s blog for a few years now and always find it so encouraging. I absolutely love her Bible Studies and creative resources for busy moms. Every year Kim always comes out with something new that I am just dying to purchase. That is why this sale is so exciting to me!
The ENTIRE STORE is 30% OFF when you use coupon code: NCBTSS2015
One of my favorite products that will get your new homeschool year off to a fresh and easy start is the DIY Breakfast Station! This is the most creative, and useful tool for every busy mama!
Read my review of this awesome product HERE.
If you love what you see, you may also be interested in the DIY Lunch Station!
I am most excited to purchase this BRAND NEW Reading Journal for my daughter who struggles with reading!
Kim created this journal for her daughter who was also struggling with reading and found that she would enjoy picking our her own books to read and then journaling about them.
What’s so unique about this Reading Journal is that it is a DIY Homeschool Reading Curriculum!
This Reading Journal is not just another printable notebooking journal, it does so much!
Builds Essential Reading Skills
The Reading Journal is comprised of 30 unique lessons that focus on vocabulary, word study, comprehension, and higher level thinking skills. The journal features each lesson 6 times throughout the year providing just the right amount of practice without too much monotony.
Includes Biblical Worldview Content
About once a week, students are asked to evaluate the content of their book based on God’s truth. They will compare/contrast with Scripture, consider a charcter’s behavior/influence, and even write out how they might share Jesus with the character.
Provides Flexibility and Longevity
Is it too good to be true that you could use the SAME reading curriculum for all of elementary school? Absolutely not. And, due to it’s open-endedness, the Reading Journal will never get old. For my family of 4, the Reading Journal is a savings of nearly $1600! Talk about a wise investment!
Designed For Elementary Students
Once a child learns how to read, he/she needs to continue skill building throughout the elementary years. The Reading Journal provides the necessary practice for grades 2-5 while still allowing the student to chose what he/she would most enjoy reading.
The Reading Journal is definitely on my back to school shopping list as well as the new Developing a Quiet Time Bible Study! I am seeing my older daughter(11) mature into a sweet young woman with a love for the Lord. I was excited to find this Bible Study that will help learn to develop her own personal time with Jesus every day!
SHOP THIS SALE NOW and use coupon code: NCBTSS2015 to pick up these exciting products that will bring new life to your homeschool year! HURRY! Sale ends 7/27/15!
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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