Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Homeschool Haul

Here is the break down of what I bought on www.bookoutlet.com.  What have you purchased from bookoutlet for your homeschool?  I love looking through all their nonfiction kids and young adult books.   I also love their fiction books too.  Okay, I love bookoutlet period.  And now that they have free shipping, I love it even more.  Wait for the sales, though.  That makes it even better!

Also here in the link to Evan Moor if you want to check them out too.  You get $5 when you use my referral link.  If it doesn't work and you want the code, let me know and I will get it to you. :)


  • 100 Words Every Middle Schooler Should Know  $2.99
  • Finding Audrey $2.49
  • Extreme Biology (Basher Science)  $3.49
  • Everything You Need to Ace English Language Arts in One Big Fat Notebook: The Complete Middle School Study Guide (Big Fat Notebooks)  $5.99
  • Everything You Need to Ace World History in One Big Fat Notebook: The Complete Middle School Study Guide  $5.99
  • Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook (The Complete Middle School Study Guide)  $5.99
  • So, You Want to Be a Writer?: How to Write, Get Published, and Maybe Even Make It Big!  $2.49
  • The Children's Interactive Story of Art: The Essential Guide to the World's Most Famous Artists and Paintings  $7.99

Homeschool Mom Tag

Tag... you're it! I thought it would be fun to do a Homeschool Mom Tag especially since everyone is planning and thinking about next year

Homeschool Mom Tag Questions:

Do you have a set budget for your homeschool?

1. Were you homeschooled?

2. Did you always know you'd homeschool your children?

3. What are your 3 favorite books in your homeschool library?

4. Are you the only "teacher"? Does your spouse help, outsource help, tutors, etc.

5. Where is your favorite place to buy homeschool curriculum?

6. Do you have a set budget for your homeschool?

7. What are 2 must have homeschool supplies?

8. What's your favorite/least favorite subject to teach?

9. Are you involved in coops or homeschool groups? What has your experience been in these groups?

10. What is your approach? ( charlotte mason, eclectic, classical, etc)

Rachel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq6bcJoE5T31HTt9gJ1w1ng

Books I mention:

Homeschool resources I mention:






Also you check out www.thriftbooks.com for really good used prices.  They also ship free on orders of $10 or more!  They are one of my favorite used sites.

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