Home Schooling Ideas to Save You Money on Mom’s Library Linky

Summer’s just begun, but for many the planning for back to school has already started.  Home schooling doesn’t have to be expensive, I know I have probably spent under £30 total over the past year, and that includes a science kit that won’t be used for a while yet.  Costs may increase as the children grow, but there are definitely ways in which you can keep those costs under control.  In fact, teaching your children to be thrifty and resourceful will also help them as they grow into responsible adults.  This week I’m featuring 32 helpful hints from home schooling Moms for you to keep in mind as you’re planning this year’s curriculum.

This week’s giveaway is also right on track to helping you plan your year and save money as well!

I’m curious, what is one (or more) ways that you save money on school or home school supplies?  Feel free to let us all in on your secrets with a comment.

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 Top Home Schooling Ideas To Save You Money on Mom’s Library #101!

Fruitful Families have 9 great ways to help you save money on home school curriculum which include lots of useful resources for you to use.

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Find out how Look We’re Learning spends less than $250.00 a year on home schooling! The internet is truly something to be thankful for sometimes.

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Look We’re Learning has a good half dozen ideas on making your planning run smooth when you have young children at home.

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Embarking on the Journey offers 7 things to keep in mind when choosing your home school curriculum for the year.

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Life With Moore Babies shares 5 lessons she’s learned from teaching her first your of home school.  She has some great insight into her year.

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Enchanted Homeschooling Mom has created some teacher and student ID cards that you may be able to use to take advantage of student or teacher discounts in your area.

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 This Week’s Giveaway!

This week’s giveaway is a 1 year subscription to Lessontrek worth $60.00.  I’ve been busy getting acquainted with Lessontrek and organising much more than our home school lessons!  You can read our review and learn more about it here.  Enter below using the Rafflecopter for your chance to win.  You can also take advantage of their superb offer of 50% off a year’s subscription by using the code JULY50BLUE.  Offer ends July 30, 2014.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for featuring our posts this week! :)

  2. What a wonderful help for homeschools everywhere! Thank you for all you do!

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