Let’s face it. Homeschooling can be expensive. We cut costs by using the library and finding free resources online, but still there is the need to regularly purchase curriculum, particularly as the kids get older. Fortunately, there are some options for finding used curriculum that can help cut the cost of schooling our kids.
Used Curriculum Sales
Homeschool groups and co-ops frequently have used curriculum sales that are fabulous for finding good deals. They’re great for browsing through different types of curriculum as well, if you’re unsure of what you’d like to use. To find out about sales, check
Finding Used Curriculum Online
There are multiple online forums and sites where you can search for used curriculum. Here are a few:
Amazon.com – many items have options to purchase used
Swap With Friends
If you have friends using the same curriculum, but kids are in different grades, you can swap things like teacher’s manuals and other items back and forth and share the cost.
Any other places you like to find used items? Share them in the comments!