One of the FAQ I hear again
& again from beginning
homeschoolers is, "Where do I get books?"
There are so many sources, that I couldn't
list them all.. but this should get
One of the most comprehensive and affordable
You can browse online or request a catalog
at home first (be prepared!.. this catalog is HUGE,
not colorful and exciting .. but HUGE).
They have most of the popular curriculums
plus lots of suppliments.
Personally, I really like Rod & Staff's
and some of their other stuff. They have all the elementary grades of texts and
beginning to work on high school level
They are more affordable than some of the more popular texts..
but I find them at least as good of an education for my
kids if not better. They do NOT have their own website though.. so you can go to the UNOFFICIAL SITE,
or call for a catalog (606)
or, you can even request
their free samples for each
grade level you are interested in.
And here is another site that sells their
isn't only for music and inspirational
books, they also have a homeschooling
CBD carries many of the most popular
(Saxon, BJU, Handwriting w/o Tears, Spelling Power,
SOS, LifePacs, Apologia, and more)
so I better include them as well.
also comes with a text) math series.
but they have some nice add-ins!
My kids and I really liked their
to find science things
(experiment kits, microscopes, lab equipment,...)
along with books and a magazine.
in a chronilogical order
(which is how we do
it in our home).
You can find The Noah Plan Here, a learning system that is based on this Christian heritage,
the bible, and the original Noah Webster dictionary; A classical education program referred to as the principal approach.
Some living books and study guides are also available on this sit.
Used Curriculum Resources
HSLDA's Curriculum Marketplace- "This site is for the sale of curriculum and materials specifically related to homeschooling. HSLDA
created this site in response to our members’ concerns about the policy of other auction sites that do not allow the
sale of teacher or instructor materials ..."
(down side is its for HSLDA members ONLY)
Ebay- One of Ebay's categories is
Down side here is they have a no teacher's
so as not to aid kids trying to cheat.
Good intentions, but a problem for Homeschool
its a source for used curriculum that I've seen
recommended on many a home educators e-list.