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Sponsored Post: Three Reasons to Shop March Madness at Pandia Press

SPONSORED: Pandia Press's March Madness sale is your chance to score 25% off top-notch secular homeschool science and history curricula.

Forget basketball—every homeschooler knows that the most exciting part of March is planning what homeschool stuff you want to order for next year. If you’re in the market for smart, secular resources for history and science, you won’t want to miss March Madness at Pandia Press. Here’s why:

1 :: Here’s what our Curriculum Junkie Rebecca Pickens had to say about History Odyssey: “History Odyssey is not a textbook but rather a guide. Think of it like this—your closest homeschooler friend, the organized, well-read mother you so admire, mentions what a great year of history studies her family has enjoyed. She tells you this is thanks to all of the great resources she managed to glean from hours of exhaustive research. She happens to have recorded all of the details in a digestible, comprehensive format and over of cup of coffee she offers to share it all with you—this is what it’s like to thumb through the pages of this guide.” (You can read the full review here.)

2 :: Sometimes finding good secular science materials feels like the Holy Grail of homeschooling. So feel free to channel your inner Sir Galahad and cue the dramatic music while you explore Pandia Press’s R.E.A.L. Science Odyssey collection, which includes thorough, scientifically sound, and engaging materials (with lots of hands-on activities and experiments) on science topics from biology to physics.

3 :: But the best reason to visit the Pandia Press store RIGHT NOW is that through the end of March, you can save 25% on your order. It’s Pandia Press’s biggest sale of the year and the perfect time to grab a copy of that new curriculum you’ve heard so many good things about.


This is a sponsored post, which means it’s an advertisement for Pandia Press. We accept very, very few sponsored post requests (two in two years!), so you can trust that when we do post one, it’s because we believe the advertiser is truly a useful resource for secular homeschool families. If you have questions about how we vet advertisers for home/school/life, feel free to email us. And visit the Pandia Press website to learn more about Pandia Press.

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