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Our Fifty States Curriculum Savings!

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 Welcome to Yellow House Book Rental! We are primarily a homeschool curriculum, rental service. However, we offer a variety of services. You can compare each one, at Yellow House Book Rental, and decide which is best for your family.  **This post contains affiliate links and we will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on our links. Thank You! TODAY ONLY! June 30th A total saving of over $29 when you purchase Our 50 States, a one-year American geography and literature course, The State Songs of the 50 U.S. States online course and History, Science, Music, and Art- a Great Combo for Learning (8-page digital...

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Curriculum Highlight- Sonlight

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I absolutely LOVE Sonlight. We used just about all of the cores during my 22 years of homeschooling.
We saw history in a new light. Sonlight uses reading books, living books, not textbooks, to take you and your child through history by drawing you into the events, feelings, and thoughts of those who lived before us. (fiction and non-fiction).......continue reading 

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Who and What is Yellow House Book Rental?

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Who and what is Yellow House Book Rental?

We do and we are many things, but our main purpose is to serve YOU, our homeschool community!

We started out as a homeschool curriculum rental service because we wanted to help you save money and we knew that renting curriculum was a low-cost option, but we have learned so much along the way about what our customers need and want. We are continually adding products and purchase options as we grow and hear from you!... continue reading

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What is Life of Fred Math?

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Are your children tired of the drill and kill math approach? Thousands of Homeschoolers have turned to the Life of Fred Math Books for a fun way to learn math. Homeschool math has never been easier. 

Instead of dry exposition and endless exercises, these books are filled with the fun and page-turning tales of Fred.... continue reading

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How to Write Lab Report

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There are several ways to write a lab report, and depending on your class or your instructor, the requirements will vary. But this guide, created by Sherri Seligson, author of Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Marine Biology and has been developed to help you understand the reason why knowing how to write a lab report is an important part of the science process. It will also introduce the basic structure of one type of write-up.

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