Should I wait to buy at the curriculum convention? Amazon? Or another site?
You could go cruise Rainbow Resource Center (if you want new). They have competitive prices.
I've had good luck in curriculum rooms at homeschooling conventions, the used book stores at libraries, used clothing and toy places, thrift stores, and parent / teacher stores.
I do not buy much at curriculum fairs. I buy most things via Amazon, school speciality, rainbow resources, eBay, used homeschool stores...
Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air... Emerson This mama is the group owner of Education Station and Montessori, has three kids 17, 10.5, 9 yrs old, works, homeschools in S.E. Pa, and explores life + varied interests.
I like Rainbow Resources.
We have a local store (whose prices are comparable to Rainbow Resources) that I like to shop at first.
But Rainbow Resources has everything you can think of. I also like Discount School supplies for paint, paper, stamps, etc. It's a bit nicer quality than what you can buy at back to school sales.
I buy a lot through christianbook.com, but don't know your beliefs, so don't know if that's an option for you or not.
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