Whether you are working with a really tight budget or just trying to be a good steward
of God-given resources, there are a lot of ways to save money and cut back on the
cost of homeschooling. Here are a few ideas and resources that can help you succeed
in homeschooling with whatever budget you have to work with:
“These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them
on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the
road, when you lie down and when you get up.”
Looking for great homeschool curriculum to suite your teaching methods or your particular
student’s learning styles?
Here’s a great list of publishers that offer free catalogues of their homeschool
curriculum . . . as well as reviews on the curriculum being offered.
Home School Legal Defense Association
Are you a member of HSLDA?
HSLDA is a non-profit organization that works to defend the constitutional rights
of parents to educate their children. They serve as legal representation for homeschool
families who need help with legal proceedings, helping families to know what their
rights are under the US constitution, and to keep families informed of legal issues
that pertain to homeschooling.
The HSLDA website features helpful information and resources for homeschoolers, as
well as news articles related to homeschooling in the US. You can visit their website
Early Learning: Preschool & Kindergarten
The early years are so formative! So much of your child’s interests and personality
is being developed and nurtured.
The things your child learns in Preschool and Kindergarten help to lay a foundation
of skills that they will use and build upon for the rest of their lives.
It can be a bit overwhelming wading through all the amazing curriculum choices to
find exactly what’s right for your family. This year our children are in Kindergarten,
Preschool, and Nursery, and here’s what we have planned in the way of curriculum
and homeschooling tools and resources for these grade levels . . . .