It’s usually about this time of year that we’re all starting to feel the budget crunch. We’ve purchased new curriculum, stocked up on school supplies, and renewed our magazine subscriptions, online memberships, and family zoo pass.
It’s easy to look around and wonder if homeschooling has to cost so much? What happens if you don’t have a lot of money for curriculum, school supplies and field trips. How do you make it work?
Come along as members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew share there best tips with you for Budget-friendly Homeschooling.
Debra @ Footprints in the Butter — I can’t afford to homeschool high school — or can I?
“The million dollar question: How do you homeschool high schoolers, and still have money left to feed them? “
Heather @ Only Passionate Curiosity — Breaking the Bank
“I want to fill you in on a few trade secrets that I wish I knew right out the gate.”
Tess @ Circling Through This Life — No Homeschool Budget? God Provides!
“It is possible to homeschool with a zero dollar budget, but only because God the Father meets our every need.”
Marcy @ Ben and Me — Homeschooling on the Cheap
“. . . if I could change my past wasted spending in this arena, I would. But I can’t. So instead of lamenting my lack of stewardship, I will share with you some ways of Homeschooling on the Cheap.”
Thank you for joining us for this week’s Blog Cruise. Join us next week when we tackle the challenge of Fitting It All In.
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