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Renting Homeschool Curriculum: A Low Budget Option

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Ever wish you could just rent that expensive textbook and return it when you were finished? Don’t have a lot of bookshelf space to hang on to years worth of curriculum? Need budget friendly options for your homeschool curriculum choices?.... continue reading

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Finding Curriculum for Less

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What is renting homeschool curriculum all about? Is it really a savings? How does it work? In her article, Homeschool Books for Less, Heidi, from the Unexpected Homeschooler did an excellent job of explaining our services to her readers. Here is just a bit of it..... continue reading

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An Entire Year of Homeschool Curriculum for under $140

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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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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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11th Grade Curriculum Plans

Posted by Michelle Osborn on

The pessimist would say, "The summer is already half gone." The optimist would say, "We still have half the summer to enjoy!" Which are you?

I usually wait until mid summer to finalize what I am doing for the coming school year. Because I have been homeschooling for 20 years and we have graduated 3 children from homeschool and only have one left, I usually have a pretty good idea of where I am going for the next school year, so I take my time. But, all children are different. My "baby" is no exception. I realized this week that I needed to start making some real decisions. So I talked with her about her options and we came up with a plan.

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