I wanted to share some exciting news for my homeschool friends. Homeschool Buyers Co-Op is giving away a FREE subscription to Discovery Education Streaming Plus to every homeschooler for the summer. That's right, from June 1st to August 31st, 2015, you can stream over 12,300 full length educational videos. Not to mention tons of other educational resources including games, interactive, images, and more. What a great way to learn all summer long. This opportunity would usually cost you $375.00 for a year subscription.
I have not reviewed this free service, I signed up today for my free subscription and I'm really excited to try it out. Get your free trial here. The subscription is totally free for homeschoolers till August 31, 2015. No credit card needed.
Here's a little more information about Discovery Education:It's easy to see why homeschoolers rave about Discovery Education Streaming Plus. It's probably the most extensive and feature-rich educational video streaming service in the world.
- Thousands of full-length videos from scores of producers, segmented into tens of thousands of content-specific clips tied directly to state and national standards.
- Supplemental resources such as Assignment Builder, Quiz Center, Writing Prompt Generator, lesson plans, and more
- Fast and accurate search functionality and dynamic navigation menus
- The ability to customize and personalize lessons to different subjects, grades, and learning styles
- Comprehensive K-12 curriculum coverage in six core subject areas.
- Thousands of images
- Membership in the Discovery Educator Network (DEN)
- Interactive self-paced training
- Exclusive Discovery programming such as Frozen Planet, Human Planet, LIFE, Into the Universe, Mythbusters, and Curiosity
- Video series from trusted content providers such as BBC Worldwide, CBS News, Channel 4, Discovery Studios, Scholastic, TV Ontario, and Westin Woods
- Hundreds of games, skill builders, and body atlas interactives
- Thousands of self-paced math tutorials spanning concepts from basic addition to calculus
- Thousands of audio files including podcasts, classic literature audiobooks, children's literature audiobooks from Scholastic, and numerous supplemental study aids for auditory learners