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Back to Homeschool Sale

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Just about everything in our store is on sale! Teaching Textbooks, Mystery of History, Life of Fred, Apologia Science, Sonlight, WriteShop, Notgrass, Berean Builders and Playing with Plays. Rent and purchase homeschool curriculum at Yellow House Book Rental and Save! Click here to find out more!

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Win an Entire Year of Homeschool Curriculum!

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The retail value is $125, which doesn't sound like much for a whole year, but when you rent curriculum you are able to get so much more!

For example:

For your elementary to middle school students, you can rent an Apologia science bundle or  a Christian Kids Explore..., a Mystery of History Book, Vol 1 or  Vol. 2, three Life of Fred Elementary or Intermediate series books and a Primary WriteShop set for under or..... continue reading

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday- HUGE list of savings and sales!

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Welcome, we are so glad you came!

It is always fun to get in on all the excitement. Christmas is on its way, whether we are ready or not. We want to help you find great savings for you and your homeschool during this time of year. Enjoy browsing and shopping for all these awesome deals!

Black Friday through Cyber Monday Sales 

Discounts codes just for you. Make sure you use them at checkout! This way to save

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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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The Great North American Eclipse

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The eclipse on August 21, 2017, will be a total solar eclipse. This means the moon will completely cover the disc of the sun. 

rs a total solar eclipse will sweep from one coast to the other in America.

On average, a total solar eclipse is visible from a specific location on earth only every 360 years, so chances are, if you want to see one, you need to travel a little.......continue reading

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