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Weekly Educational State Newspapers Now Available for Homeschoolers

Studies Weekly
1922 West 200 North
Lindon, UT  84042
Ph: 1-866-311-8734
www.homeschoolstudiesweekly.com
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By Linda Pliagas and John Claire

Do you want to your homeschooler to acquire a love of learning and journalism?

Studies Weekly brings learning directly to more than 1.2 million students in grades K-6 since 1984 and now, for the first time, it is also available for homeschooling families to enjoy.

What makes Studies Weekly so special is the fact that each state has its own unique version of this colorful and informative periodical.  Whether you live in California and Mississippi, homeschoolers can forgo the textbooks and instead use this eye-catching and well-written publication as an alternative educational resource.

Studies Weekly was created by Utah resident, Paul Thompson, a fourth grade teacher.  He came up with the idea when he struggled to find a timely resource to teach his student’s their state’s history. At that time, state specific schools texts were not available. The educational periodical was a success and soon, with the help of his two sisters, Studies Weekly became available in Texas.

Now, Studies Weekly is available in all fifty states. Following is some more information about Studies Weekly:

Price for each issue:
1 Student: $24.95  
2-9 Students: $9.90  
10 or more Students: $4.95

For 3rd through 6th grade, Studies Weekly offers newspaper style issues in a variety of subjects.  Here are a few…

Price: 1
1 Student: $24.95  
2-9 Students: $9.50  
10 or more Students: $4.75

Price:
1 Student: $8.95  
2-9 Students: $3.10  
10 or more Students: $1.55

Price:
1 Student: $24.95  
2-9 Students: $9.50  
10 or more Students: $4.75

Price:
1 Student: $24.95  
2-9 Students: $9.50  
10 or more Students: $4.75

American Legacy Publishing, the publishing house behind Studies Weekly, also sells novels like Marco and the Fountain of Youth, and Chico and Jeje, which both entertain and meet State Social Studies standards.

Studies Weekly offers homeschoolers a unique way to learn about numerous academic disciplines, plus it also instills homeschoolers with an appreciation for journalism and periodicals.

For more about Studies Weekly and American Legacy Publishing and state by state product information, please visit their website www.studiesweekly.com

 

 


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