Guide to Digital Student Projects

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My husband is a web developer and I had a tech background before I quit work to homeschool my kids, so it is only natural that we value technology and its place in our daily lives. I am always looking for new ways to incorporate digital student projects and other tech into my children’s education as well.

One of my favorite resources is Techie Homeschool Mom. She is always sharing new websites, apps, and other ways to incorporate digital learning into her homeschool. I now use some of those resources regularly and am so glad to have been introduced to them! I have personally bought several of her online unit studies for my oldest daughter and taken one of her classes on online organization as well.

It is for this reason that I feel confident in sharing her newest course with you: What a great way to get your techie kids excited about school projects! This online course has step-by-step tutorials for all kinds of projects that fit with any lesson plan.

No matter whether you are tech competent, curious or clueless, you’ll love her new course – Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Projects. And up until April 25, you can save $10 on this course!

This guide includes step-by-step video tutorials for creating projects that fit with any lesson plan, like online crossword puzzles, vocabulary word clouds, interactive timelines and more.

Imagine how many “cool mom” points you’ll earn when you tell your kids they need to make a quiz game app to share what they’ve learned!!

Check out this new course here >>> Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Projects.

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