Homeschooling can get expensive if you’re not paying attention to your costs. Curriculum sets can destroy your budget at the price they set per grade level, per year. Who knew that they could be so expensive?

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Research Curriculum

By doing a little online research for reviews and pricing, you can make certain that you get the best deal and a quality curriculum that’s exactly what you’re looking for.

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Prioritize & Cut Extra Expenses

Not all parents want to cut extra-curricular activities. I get that. It’s definitely a personal choice. But cutting a few activities will help save money and it will keep your kids from becoming over-scheduled.

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Search Online for Free and Low-Cost Resources

There are free options for curriculum online everywhere you look. Especially for younger kids. Join websites like Homeschool Giveaways and Free Homeschool Deals for the latest FREE homeschooling offerings.

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Don’t Forget Your Library

Buying physical books is expensive so that’s why so many parents are moving to a digital curriculum. Digital curriculums are easier to store and you can reprint whatever you need when your child needs it.

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Buy Creatively

The easiest way to save money is to get creative. Think outside the box on projects and supplies to see what can do double-duty so you don’t need to spend more.

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