Tuesday, August 14, 2012

The HEV Project–Review

If your kids are wanting to try some new extra curricular activities, but the thought of running them to one more place makes you cringe, then maybe you should check out The HEV Project. 

The HEV Project is, in essence, and online community classroom, created by John and Claudia Orgill (real live homeschooling parents).  Boasting over 300 educational videos, with classes ranging from crocheting to The U.S. Constitution, there is bound to be something here for your kids, and even you!

Let me point out that The HEV Project is a work in progress, not a completed work. Some of the topics listed may not have any classes/videos yet.  Click here to view lessons for students.  Click here to view lessons for parents.

If you think your family would benefit from this product, HEV is offering a special price for my readers!  You can get a one year subscription for only $56 (20% off regular pricing) – which will save your $14 off of the regular year subscription price. Just enter the coupon code: hevbloggers when you check out. This code will expire Aug 31, 2012.

 

Disclaimer:  The views and opinions expressed here are strictly my own.  I was offered a free subscription for review purposes.  I received no other compensation for my review.

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