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Frugal Homeschooling


America's Cheapest Family, by Steve and Annette Economides.

Easy Homeschooling Techniques: Your Guide to the Low Cost, Time Saving, High Quality Method, by Lorraine Curry.

Educational Travel on a Shoestring: Frugal Family Fun and Learning Away From Home, by Melissa L. Morgan and Judith Waite Allee.

Frugal Families, by Jonni McCoy.

Home Schooling: A Better Education for Your Child, by Susanne L. Bain.

Homeschool Your Child for Free: More Than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond, by LauraMaery Gold and Joan M. Zielinski.

Homeschooling on a Shoestring: A Jam Packed Guide, by Melissa L. Morgan and Judith Waite Allee.

How to Write a Low Cost/No Cost Curriculum for Your Home-School Child, by Borg Hendrickson.

Miserly Moms: Living on One Income in a Two-Income Economy, by Jonni McCoy.

Miserly Moms, Miserly Meals, and Frugal Families, by Jonni McCoy.

Raising Happy Kids on a Reasonable Budget, by Patricia Gallagher.

The Complete Tightwad Gazette, by Amy Dacyczyn.

The Family Financial Workbook, by Larry Burkett.

The Financial Peace Planner, by Dave Ramsey.

The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12, by Linda Dobson.

Websites - Excellent article with lots of great advice from the authors of Homeschooling on a Shoestring. - Visit Julie Nott’s blog which features free things for homeschoolers on the internet. - Every week we scour the internet and all our resources and compile a whole bunch of free homeschool resources. Each week you will find: Free Homeschool Curriculum, Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Free Homeschool Resources, Free Interactive Online Studies, Free Homeschool Unit Studies, Free Worksheets. Hey, it’s even free to subscribe! - The best free homeschool resources. Subscribe to TheHomeschoolMom Newsletter and be among the first to hear about free educational resources, links to online lesson plans, and other great bargains. - The purpose of this website is to make available ways of cutting costs while homeschooling. We hope this will enable you to save money while maintaining a high quality of education. Some homeschoolers love bargains. Others try to cut costs out of necessity. Regardless of why you want to cut costs, our goal is to help you do the best you can to save money. Includes forums for sharing tips and posting classified ads. (continued on other side) - Frugal Home Schooling. - Links to free homeschooling curriculum materials. - Homeschooling on a budget. - Free curriculum on the internet. - brings together the best free courses, tutorials, and learning materials on the Internet. Topics include: anatomy, computers, construction, business, electronics, math, science, and more. - Donna Young’s site with tons of free homeschool printables. - This is a user-supported subscription site that has over 20,000 pages of information and activities for a variety of subjects for preschoolers and early elementary students. - This site contains over 5,000 free printables and worksheets for elementary through middle school-aged children. - Free unit study ideas for kids of all ages, and links to other sites offering curriculum and lesson plans. - This website features a Library of Links to support all of your learning needs; plus freebies, money-saving tips, and budget-friendly ideas for homeschooling inexpensively. - The largest free-content encyclopedia on the Internet. - The preeminent internet publisher of literature, reference, and verse providing students, researchers, and the intellectually curious with unlimited access to books and information on the web, free of charge. - Over 25,000 fiction and nonfiction books available for online reading. - The original homeschool curriculum swap, the oldest continuous used curriculum site. - One of the largest sites on the web for buying and selling new and used homeschool materials. - The Freecycle Network™ is a grassroots movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. Each local group is run by a local volunteer moderator. Membership is free. When people want to find a new home for something - whether it's a chair, piano, fax machine, or an old door - they simply send an e-mail offering it to members of their local Freecycle group. - Crown Financial Ministries and the late Larry Burkett pioneered Bible-based teaching about finances and debt-free living. - Save money and time with Steve and Anne Economides, America’s cheapest family and publishers of The HomeEconomiser Newsletter. - Tawra Kellam and her husband paid off a $20,000 debt in 5 years on a $22,000 per year income and Jill Cooper raised two teenagers on $500 a month after becoming disabled. Visit their website for money saving tips and free recipes! - Do you want to homeschool for free? Make sure your free materials aren’t breaking the law!

See Also: Money-Saving Tips for Homeschoolers - A list of helpful hints.

See Also: The Costs - and Rewards! of Homeschooling - The real issue is not how much it costs to homeschool, but what it would cost you NOT to.


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