About RSR









About Ready Set Resources

Ready Set Resources is a family-run business that started out when our son was only one year old. We started out printing activity idea decks called, "Bright Ideas for Mommy + Me" (still available under the name "Bright and Ready") for birth through Preschool. As our children grew older (we have a daughter, too) we expanded the line to include activities for Reading, Writing, Math, and Thinking.

Price becomes a Club Mentor
Price becomes a Club Mentor, February 2012

When our son was 10 (and our daughter, 7), he expressed an interest in public speaking, so (as we homeschoolers tend to do when there are no offerings of that sort) we started our own homeschool public speaking club, in 2008. The first club is still in operation and we've opened new clubs over the years so other kids can learn this great skill.

There was so much enthusiasm from families that we wanted to share what worked, so we eventually rolled out our club method in an ebook. But what most excited us was the idea of a network of clubs that could have events together and support kids around the world. That's why, in 2011, we created the Speakers League organization. Now there are clubs popping up all over the world and we've even held regional annual conferences. 

We began "beta testing" Debate League and Skill Builders clubs in 2015, and hope to start offering those materials to people who want to start those kinds of clubs soon. So, the thing to know is, if you join one of the clubs on this website, you are joining a headquarters club for the the Ready Set Resources company! 

Kit
Kit, while Level IV, helped launch four clubs in 2014

Over the years, Price completed the four levels of Speakers League and became a Club Mentor for eleven clubs in Southern California. In late 2015 he joined the Ready Set Resources Education teaching team, part time, while attending college. Kit, our daughter is also a Club Mentor, and is in college.




"Speakers League is my very favorite homeschool program we do.
My son's, too. It's so awesome!”

Kasi Peters, Parent