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Read rave reviews and then put in YOUR two cents!

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Where can I go to read reviews of Train up a Child Publishing?

If you have asked yourself the question – Where can I find online reviews of Train up a Child Publishing curriculum? Look no further; I am going to give you some answers.

Recently, two of our products have had marvelous reviews.  So I thought I would pass these on to you as a few of you had asked about this in a recent survey.

The first review is for British Literature: a Study of American Writers, one of our high school courses.

This review is from Cindy Prechtel, who reviews for Heather Idoni’s The Homeschoolers’ Notebook. If you are looking for high school courses for the fall, you will want to read this review!

Here is part of it:

If you are in a quandary about what to do about high school curricula for history or literature, or you would like to look at a few useful electives such as public speaking, writing –the dreaded — research paper, or a great high school composition course, take a look at this or contact us at infodesk@trainupachildpub.com.


Daily Lesson Plans

If you’ve wondered about our Daily Lesson Plans, read our second review. This review is by Diana Sullivan who writes for The Curriculum Choice blog.  Diana is using and recently reviewed our First Grade Lesson Plans. Here is a snippet of Diana’s review:


Want to give us a piece of your mind? Leave us a review!

We’d love to hear what you think!  If you are using Train up a Child Publishing’s Unit Programs, Daily Lesson Plans or High School courses, please consider leaving a review!

If you’re not sure how to do that, take a look at the graphic below and follow these instructions:

  1. In the menu bar at the top of the page, click on Curriculum Options and use the drop down menu to navigate to the product you would like to review.
  2. Once you’ve reached the Product page (like the one shown below),  click on the heading Reviews, as shown by the red arrow in the graphic below.
  3. Then simply rate the product and leave your review.


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