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We have a variety of products you can order to help with homeschooling your children:

Able to Teach, a course in elective homeschooling, offers efficient teaching techniques and approaches, as well as qualifying parents in Washington State to  homeschool independently. This course is $140 for one parent or guardian or $209 for two parents or guardians.

To register and pay please click on the appropriate payment button below (ATT 1 or ATT 2).

1 parent
Able to Teach registration: ($140)

2 parent
Able to Teach registration: ($209)

You may also add the following products to your registration.

To order these please call our office at (206) 928-2934.

Homeschooling the High Schooler ($35)

This  220-page comprehensive resource overviews high school academics, credit requirements, transcripts, GED, college entrance, scholarships, and how to’s of developing courses.  It also outlines key objectives, skills and topics for courses (college prep and non-college prep), and course pre-requisites.  Included are thorough listings and annotations for numerous resources (primarily not textbooks) that empower students to learn.

Teach Your Own K-8 planner and record keeping ($15)

Plan and record K-8 homeschool learning using  this simple, yet comprehensive tool.  Whether a new homeschooler or a veteran, this resource will serve as one of the most simple, yet effective ways of planning and recording a child’s educational journey.

High School Your Way:  Independent study and planning guide ($15)

Our planning guide provides a simple method for  tracking & recording high school course work.   This resource encourages a creative approach to completing high school courses, implementing simple time management techniques to document course work.  Teaches how to plan all steps necessary for developing  a course and for determining credit and grades without having to do a “correspondence course” or “fill-in the blank” workbook (real or virtual) approach.  Great when used together with Homeschooling the High Schooler.