If you are like me you are always looking to see if there is a family plan for anything. Because with a largish family, the family plan is usually the best and most frugal option. This is true for our membership to the local history center. It actually saved us more money to purchase the family membership for a year – than to purchase individual tickets for one visit. When it comes to homeschool math, the Teaching Textbooks Family Plan is not only the frugal option but it offers many more benefits as well. Let me point how Teaching Textbooks blesses big families, BIG time.
Don’t miss the giveaway at the end!
Teaching Textbooks was THE math answer when we hit the wall a decade ago. It’s been blessing us ever since. Back then it was honestly how we even managed to get math done with five children ages 10 and under.
Now, with the 3.0 online, subscription version for larger families, it also simply makes sense financially.
Teaching Textbooks Family Plan For the Whole Family
Imagine getting all the math you need – for each level – capping out at $199.08. Complete with all of the things we love about Teaching Textbooks – like automatic grading, grade book, teacher log in, lectures and more. Add in the new updates with 3.0 like the new buddies, choosing wallpaper and the mobile aspects, and this really is the way to go with homeschool math.
Teaching Textbooks Family Plan is the Frugal Answer
How great is it that this homeschool math curriculum provider wanted large families to benefit financially? The example they offer is for a family with eight children. With the family plan capping out at $199.08, math for each student would only be about $25!
No more shuffling through various levels and discs – simply log in!
Teaching Textbooks Family Plan Helps Tame the Chaos
Having children on several different levels of math (or any subject) can be difficult to manage. Now that Teaching Textbooks is online, there aren’t discs to lose or shuffle through! I choose my curriculum so that we can all do most of our learning together. Of course math is not really a subject you can do that with. But, since Teaching Textbooks offers levels from Math 3 through PreCalculus, all ages can learn math on their individual levels. Thank you automatic grading!
Teaching Textbook Family Plan Helps Build Independence
Growing learners and building independence has always been a big goal in our homeschool. I mean, we want to have the end in mind, right? Raise responsible young adults with a heart for always learning. Teaching Textbooks is a subject each of my children can complete independently – depending on their age. This past year, I was still close by my 5th grader while he worked on Math 5. My middle and high schoolers each completed their daily assignments on their agreed schedule. I checked scores and monitored progress through communication and by logging into the parent account.
Teaching Textbooks Family Plan Pricing
Take a look at how Teaching Textbooks can work for your family!
Free Trial – Teaching Textbooks 3.0
Good news – FREE Trial of Teaching Textbooks 3.0! You can try it out NOW! Of course the very best way to know if a curriculum meets the needs of your family and is a perfect fit (like it is for all of our children with different learning styles), is to actually try it out for yourself.
More Teaching Textbooks Homeschool Math
We have been through every level of Teaching Textbooks and highly recommend it! Here is more on our Teaching Textbooks story:
- Teaching Textbooks 3.0 Review – all the new features of this online version.
- How We Came to Love Teaching Textbooks – the story of tears to skipping across the room.
- Our Experience with Teaching Textbooks – just how we use it.
- Here are 8 Ways to Conquer Math Phobia
- Why Teaching Textbooks is THE Homeschool Math Answer
- Long Haul Homeschool Curriculum Choices
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