I just signed up for time4learning, which is nice because it is a monthly subscription that I can easily cancel if it doesn't work for us. I also keep my eyes open at the dollar store, walmart, and really anywhere else for extra workbooks, crafts, etc to supplement that.
I get most of mine from the internet. Dollar Tree has some really cool posters with the nouns, verbs and all that. A lot of free things out there for home schooling..
All over the place, just depends on what I am looking for & who has the best price.
I get the majority of my school materials from Rainbow Resource Center. I've also purchased items from Trend Enterprises (learning charts, etc.), Teaching Textbooks (math), and Michael Clay Thompson Language Arts (Royal Fireworks Press).
I use many of the places that have already been named But I also LOVE Timberdoodle and christianbooks.com, as well as currclick.com and used book stores.
I get many of my things from Rainbow Reasource. It's a suplier for the Charter school we use and it makes it easy to order pretty much anything I want.
I get some posters, activities, and "classroom" decor items from both S & S worldwide ( LOVE THEM! ) and Oriental Trading. S&S also has a lot of PE type items (balls, jumpropes, games, etc) that we use for scout activities.
Jinx - Homeschooling, Scouting & Karate butt-kicking Mom to Star Scout Ian 1/98, Scout Sean 9/00, Junior GS Heidi 4/03. Wife to Joe & Alpha to German Shepherd Spazz.
It depends on what they need. I just go where I can get what they need. I get a lot from amazon and sometimes ebay. I download a lot of stuff too.
I get from a variety. Amazon, Alpha Omega (Horizons), Abeka & homeschoolingbooks.com
& I use to get stuff from a local places called Toy Zoo (TONS of awesome school supplies) but we are moving so I guess I need to find a new store in Indiana hehe.
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