The Old Schoolhouse Looking for Product Reviewers for Educational Products

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine is actively recruiting educational product reviewers for 2017.

Gray, TN, November 02, 2016 --( The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, a resource for support and encouragement for homeschooling families, is printed annually and available in a free quarterly digital format online, or by free app for tablets and phones. The Homeschool Review Crew is part of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. The Homeschool Review Crew is a viral marketing network made up of homeschooling families that use, review, and share about home education products. Crew members must apply and applications are being accepted now.

A crew member must be a homeschooler and willing to use the review products with her students for about six weeks in her homeschool before writing a review.

Crew must have an active blog on which to publish reviews and have at least one social media platform. They will check in on the Review Management forum, have access to sample reviews, and are provided mentoring, a social media networking group, blog and social media tutorials, and lots of great opportunities.

In 2016, 75 total reviews were run, including products from some well-known companies like Homeschool in the Woods, Apologia Educational Ministries, Memoria Press, and Math U See, as well as products from lesser-known companies like Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmaker, Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids, Star Toaster, and ArtAchieve. It is possible to review full curriculum packages like Writing with Sharon Watson or a music program from Zeezok Publishing. Smaller curricular items like books from Carole P. Roman or a unit from Progeny Press are also reviewed. And some items, like audio dramas from Familyman Ministries and Heirloom Audio, personal care items from Koru Naturals, or games from Simply Fun and Chara Games, are just a lot of fun!

Crew Members can set their interests and limits on how much they can handle. Some Crew members reviewed 60 or more products in 2016. On average, reviewers completed three reviews per month.

After making sure all of the requirements are met, visit to read more or apply. Questions can be directed to Debra Brinkman at

As the number of homeschoolers and the diversity of curriculum continue to grow, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine and the Homeschool Review Crew are in place to help home educators worldwide produce students that are in high demand in the workplace as well as in colleges and universities across the country.
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