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Twelve Days of Christmas with IEW

​One of my favorite writing curriculum resources comes from my friends at IEW. If you aren't familiar with IEW, Institute for Excellence in Writing, you should go check them out! So many great resources that make writing fun to learn and remember! And, if you've never participated in their 12 Days of Christmas giveaways, you're in for a treat! Read on and go get registered.

Each morning from December 26 to January 6, registered participants receive an email from IEW with a link to download wonderful gifts. On the final day, the link takes you to a page to provide your physical mailing address for the special gift that will be shipped directly to your door.

You'll be able to register for things like

  • downloadable products
  • audio talks
  • free shipping (International and expedited orders adjusted accordingly)
  • and so much more!

Join in the fun for this special celebration and enjoy the many wonderful gifts! 

[Free eBook] How to Motivate Homeschool Teens
Recommended Homeschool Curriculum and Resources
 

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Guest - Jessica on Thursday, 26 December 2019 14:28

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