where to find quality affordable curriculum
What ages/grades are your kids?
we recently started homeschooling again (long story). We are a single family income and do not have the extra money to spend on cirriculums. I did (and still do) searches for whatever area I am planning on teaching. I have bookmarks seperated into classes (science, reading, writing, math, History, Sign Language and misc.) This way when I want something, I just go to that section and look for something. I did pay for a subscription to Christian Hub (think that is the name), they have a ton of print outs. It is amazing how much you can find on the internet for free. And there is this site http://www.lessonpathways.com/
that has where you can build your own lessons.
I was told once that you can make homeschooling as cheap or as expensive as you would like. I am finding that I actually might be doing an okay job on the free stuff. Hope this helps.
My favorite resources are the library, Amazon, and ebay. Paperback swap is really great as well. I have received a lot really nice books on there. Good luck
Right now I'm homeschooling my children, they are 2 and 3 years old. During the younger years of homeschooling you can make your own. I make papers for my children to do. if you are intrested in any of my papers (just getting started on the website) you can visit our-homeschooling-coloring-plus.com/ (if its not showing as a link please copy and paste, as I am just getting started on here). I also use abcmouse.com my girls love that site. Check out my blog and see if the papers I have loaded there will help you.
Connect with CafeMom:
Switch to Mobile Site
Getting Started Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Part of the CafeMom family of sites
© 2014 CMI Marketing, Inc. All rights reserved.