How to Find Great Homeschool Deals (The Easy Way)

I consider myself one who loves a great deal. And that follows when it comes to finding homeschool curriculum. After all, curricula can get pretty expensive when you’re buying for 3 kids (or even one).

Many years ago I found Homeschool Buyers Co-op and it still remains one of the first places I check when looking for curriculum. With their new site layout, it’s even easier to navigate.

How to Find Great Homeschool Deals

I consider myself a deal chaser. I love a great deal. Clearance, sales, coupons, etc.

But what I love more is places you can go where you always know you can get a deal.

There are a few ways I search for great homeschool deals.

  1. Ask my friends for their used and forgotten curriculum. Some of them have amazing things leftover.
  2. Search on homeschool BST groups
  3. Check Homeschool Buyers Co-op.

What I Love About Homeschool Buyers Co-op

As I mentioned earlier, we’ve been shopping at Homeschool Buyers Co-op for years. It has become one of the first places I look for curriculum. Or if I already have a specific resource in mind, it’s the first place I check for a good deal.

There is always something new to find.

I especially appreciate the variety. Having homeschooled for 9+ years now, I’m aware of most of the popular curriculum that is available. But almost every time I check the Homeschool Buyers Co-op I find something new to use.

And now, with their new site, it’s even easier to find what you’re looking for.

The Best Curriculum Featured at Homeschool Buyers Co-op

I’ve bought a LOT of curriculum through Homeschool Buyers Co-op over the years. I wanted to highlight some of the deals we’ve enjoyed. All of the links go straight to the Homeschool Buyers Co-op.

CodaKid – Great for the Budding Coder

We used CodaKid for a few years when my kids wanted to improve their coding skills. They absolutely loved the program and made great strides in their coding abilities.

CTCMath – A Complete Math Curriculum

CTC Math was our main math curriculum for quite awhile. It’s very similar to Khan Academy in style (video based math lessons) but I loved how the program tracked their progress.

TimesTales – Multiplication Made Easy

TimesTales was the final solution to teaching Baloo his multiplication facts. It was just the change in thinking that he needed to move forward.

I love the stories and how it applies a different form of thinking math. Some kids just need the change of pace!

BrainPOP – Great Homeschool Addition for FUN Learning

We’ve used Brain Pop to add some extras into our day. I love providing my kids with an easy way to learn about topics we’re not necessarily covering in our regular lessons.

Brain POP makes it easy for them to learn about their interests.

Muzzy – Foreign Language Made Fun

I’m not sure who enjoyed Muzzy more – me or more kids. It’s such a fun story and uses language immersion to teach your kids. The neat part is that the story remains the same no matter what language you choose. So switching between languages can be interesting.

Reading Eggs/Math Seeds – Preschool Skills

When my kids were little, it was easy to get them to practice their reading and math skills through fun games. Reading Eggs was definitely one of their favorites.

Explode the Code – Learn to Read!

Explode the Code was one of the first reading programs we tried and it still holds a fond place for me. It’s a simple learn to read program, easy to use, and the kids enjoyed it!

FREE Deals to Grab from the Homeschool Buyers Co-op

We all love the change to try some curriculum free, right? Thankfully, Homeschool Buyers Co-op has a lot of free material to share.

My favorite page to keep an eye on is their Free Homeschool Curriculum & Other Resources Page. It is full of materials from math to reading to science. And it has something for every age group!

They also have Free Homeschool IDs which are great if you need proof of homeschooling. These can come in handy when trying to get a homeschoolers discount (such as at Barnes and Noble) or just to use as a fun ID for your kids.

Another great free resource they have is their list of field trips for the US and Canada. This is a fantastic list of field trips for even state in the US and province in Canada. The next time you’re traveling, make sure to use this tool to find cool places to visit.

Sign Up for Homeschool Deals

Make sure to sign up (FREE) for the Homeschool Buyers Co-op membership so you can take advantage of all of these great homeschool deals.

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