Put Your Large Family Homeschool
Year on Autopilot

Do you dream of planning your homeschool year during the summer so that you can be organized and prepared as you begin school in the fall?

Pre-planning your homeschool year is one of the best gifts you can give yourself and your children. But if you are planning for a large family, it can be overwhelming. And you might feel tempted to throw in the towel if you're trying to make small-family solutions work for your not-so-small family.

It's time we tackled Large Family Homeschool Planning TOGETHER!

You are not alone. There are lots of moms just like you who are trying creative solutions and approaches to plan a homeschool year for a larger-than-average bunch of kiddos. Wouldn't it be great if we could all share ideas and encourage each other?

This summer, I'll be leading a private group through Pam Barnhill's Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot Course.

Count me in!

Want to join us? Just follow these two steps:

Purchase your copy of Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot from Pam's site using the link below.

Email a copy of your receipt to me at lynna@hswotrainingwheels.com.

That's it! That's all you need to do to be included in the 2019 Large Family Homeschool Planning group!

What's included?

Once you purchase Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot, you'll have immediate access to the course materials.

Then, during the month of July, members of the Put Your Large Family Homeschool Year on Autopilot Group will have exclusive access to:

  • A private forum for this group only, personally moderated by yours truly.
  • Live-video group-coaching events to discuss what we're learning and planning and how to adapt it to the needs of a large family as we work our way through the course together!

Have some more questions?

Why do I need to purchase "Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot" in order to be part of this group?

How much extra does it cost to be a part of the "Put Your Large Family Homeschool Year on Autopilot" group?

What qualifies as a "large family"?

Does Pam know you're doing this? Is she OK with it?

Still have more questions?

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