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The password-protected PDFs page.
If you already have a Lifetime passport, use the Module III Password, the price of a Lifetime Passport is now $399.00, the Series A Online page will be included in Module I, as well as the EZ PZ Overview.
NEW Lifetime Members get a passport with all four passwords and membership to this FaceBook page:
Old lifetime members (those that paid $340 or less) need to pay a minimal fee for an upgrade...$27.00.
You already have the PDFs page but you didn't have the Series A Manuals Online Page or access to the superduper supersecret math group on Facebook...
When you purchase a passport, you get all my books and PDFs plus many pages of video and instruction you won't find anywhere else. Download them and put them on your tablets or print them out or whatever... just hit enter, put your Mod III password in and take your pick. Some homeschoolers have printed them out and then their children can get their base ten blocks out and actually put them on the pages and/or play along...As you see above.
When you purchase the LIFETIME PASSPORT you get it all for one low price: $399.99...
Or you can now purchase individual modules, & get a lifetime of access.
Or you can purchase individual modules for year, or buy a passport of four passwords for just a year for one low price.
Lifetime: $111 @ Mod or $399.99 Mod 1-4.
12 Payments of $37.
Annual: $40.00 @ Mod or $137.00 Mod 1-4.
6 Payments of $24.99
MOD 1: Series A+ Easy PZ + PDFs
Use the PDF & link to order blocks and/or passwords. Or click here for PayPal buttons.
Here is my PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/CrewtonRamone
Here are some more PDFs for you.
"A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops." ~Henry Brooks Adams
"Much learning does not teach understanding." ~Heraclitus
"The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires." ~William Arthur Ward
“We must not believe the many, who say that only free people ought to be educated, but we should rather believe the philosophers who say that only the educated are free.” ~Epictetus
More education quotes.