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Sunday, July 30, 2017

A Simple Tool You NEED in Your Homeschool!

Frixion Pens a tool you need in your homeschool! Video demonstration.How many times have you plunked down your hard earned homeschool funds on a brand new curriculum or product…only to discover a few weeks in that it’s a poor fit for the child you bought it for? But that it might be perfect for a younger sibling in a couple of years…

Except now it’s been written in.  It’s got lots of life back in it, but the first bit is not usable anymore.  I don’t know about you---but I loathe throwing away books that only have a small bit used in them. It simply isn’t good stewardship, especially if the book could still be useful. It’s bad for the environment and it’s bad for my finances.

Now, if your child wrote lightly in pencil, you might be able to erase it. Or white out a few lines that are written in ink. What if there was a simpler way?

There is!

Check out this video that I put together for you on an incredible product from Pilot: Frixion gel pens.

Not only are they the perfect tool to help instill confidence in a child transitioning to writing their work in ink, but they can help you avoid wasting unused curricula.

Note: this post is NOT Sponsored, but I have included affiliate links in case you decide you NEED to have some Frixion pens. Disclosure at the bottom, ‘kay?  Winking smile

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