Welcome back to this week’s Blog Cruise! We have even more TOS Crew Members joining us in answering this week’s question, “How do you afford to homeschool? What are some ways to save money on homeschooling supplies?”
Homeschoolers are like most families, with different styles and different backgrounds. They are also teeming of ideas when it comes to saving money and being able to afford to continue their homeschool ventures. Be sure to visit the Crew blogs and read their thoughts on this week’s Blog Cruise topic, and kindly leave a comment or two! We hope you enjoy this week’s Cruise!
Shannon @ Mom Loves Books talks about “The Cost of Homeschooling”.
April @ Heartfelt Homeschooling talks about “Frugal Homeschooling“.
Renita @ Homedaze is “Counting the Cost” in her post.
Rodna @ Training Children Up for Christ says, “Homeschooling Doesn’t Have to be Expensive”.
Mrs. Taffy @ My Life on a Taffy Pull says, “Show me the Money!”
Tristan @ Our Busy Homeschool shares how “It can be done anyway”.
Briana @ I Can’t Decide answers the question, “Isn’t Homeschooling Expensive?”
LaRee @ Broad Horizons discusses “Affordable Homeschooling”.
Shannon @ Mountaineer Country tells us that “Homeschooling Doesn’t have to Break Your Budget!”
Debbie @ Debbie’s Digest talks about “Penny Pinching and Homeschooling”.
Debra @ Footprints in the Butter answers the question, “Isn’t homeschooling awfully expensive?”
April @ Heartfelt Homeschooling shares her thoughts on “Frugal Homeschooling”.
Lynn @ Ladybug Chronicles tells us about “Saving on Homeschooling”.
Lisa @ The Berry Patch discusses “The Real Cost of Homeschooling”.
Michelle @ A Life Better Than I Deserve writes “Homeschooling Dollars and Cents”.
Sister Tipster @ Tellin’ It shares her words of wisdom in her post “Sister T’s TALKING MONEY for Homeschooling!”
Amanda @ All American Family writes, “Wow! It must be really expensive to Homeschool?”
Dawn @ Guiding Light details “Frugal Homeschooling” in her post.
Lisa @ The Happy Homeschool Mom talks about “The Cost of Homeschooling”.
Christine @ Our Homeschool Reviews asks “Homeschooling – Can You Afford It?”
Michelle @ Patriots of the Republic Academy writes “You Don’t Have to Spend Money to Homeschool”.
Angela @ My Journey talks about “Saving Money with Homeschooling”.
Catherine @ Serenades and Solace details “Weighing in the costs homeschooling, literally”.
Heidi @ Reviews & Reflections shares her thoughts on “Affordable Homeschooling”.
Kristi @ Clothesline Musings has advice for “Thrifty Homeschooling”.
Laura O @ Day by Day in Our World says, “Don’t Break the Bank to Homeschool”.
Lexi @ Pink and Orange Coffee shares how “A penny saved…means more to spend!”.
Julie @ A Teaching Heart tells us how to “Homeschool on a Budget”.
Kimberly @ Homeschooling in Nova Scotia, Canada asks, “Can you homeschool on a shoestring?”
Heidi @ Chatter, Clatter, and Things That Matter writes, “A quality education doesn’t have to be expensive!”
Lori @ Hearthside Homeschool Reviews and More shares about “Homeschooling With Less of Those “Small Pieces of Paper””.
Tess @ Circling Through This Life writes about “Making Homeschooling More Affordable”.
Heather @ The Blessings Pour Out shows how to “Homeschool for Free (or at least more inexpensively)”.
Isabelle aka Canadianladybug @ Life at Oak Grove discusses “The Cost of Homeschooling”.
Alyson @ Family Style School talks about how “Homeschooling is expensive, or is it?”
And, finally in my post this week, I share “My tips for saving money homeschooling”.
Be sure to stop back next week when TOS Crew Members will answer the question, “Do you use technology in your homeschool?”
This post was written and compiled by Jodi who blogs at The Homeschool Desk.