Purchasing discount homeschool books is a great way to make homeschooling affordable.
Follow this link to find information on locating and purchasing used homeschooling books.
Here are my favorite sources of new, discount homeschool books:
Rainbow Resource offers free shipping on orders over $150. If your total purchase will not reach $150, consider combining orders with a local homeschool friend.
You may have taken home monthly Scholastic Book Club flyers in your backpack when you were a child. Homeschool support groups and individual homeschool families can also take advantage of these amazing discounts.
My family attends this sale every May to stock up on picture books, novels and non-fiction science and history titles.
Go here to find a sale in your area.
By hosting an Usborne e-show, you can introduce friends and family members to Usborne's multi-sensory, educational books, and earn free homeschooling books without even cleaning your home!
Contact me for more information about hosting an Usborne e-show.
In my first 3 months with Usborne, I earned over $500 in free Usborne books for my children, which amounted to an entire bookshelf full of great books for my children.
As an Usborne consultant, I also earn commission on my own purchases, thereby giving me an automatic discount on purchases for gifts or personal use.
Here's some additional information about the Usborne consultant opportunity.
Here's some additional information on Educator Appreciation Days and teacher's discounts that are available to homeschoolers.
Its free Educational/Homeschool catalog features over 96 pages of homeschool resources, along with reviews by Charlotte Mason aficionado Karen Andreola.
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