First, if you’ve decided to take the plunge and homeschool, congratulations! You’ve made a powerful decision to be responsible for the education of your children. Do not manic, we are here to help guide you along your way. You can check out past episodes of the Cleverly Changing Podcast for resources and information about homeschooling your children. In addition, from July 19 – Aug 6, 2020 (Sunday through Thursday), we will be having candid conversations with people who homeschool. We want you to not just survive homeschooling, but to also thrive while homeschooling your children. In this live episode we provided hints on how to get your homeschool supplies on a budget.
Today’s guest is Ayodele, she has 6 children and has always homeschooled them. Today she lent her experience to the Cleverly Changing Live Podcast. You can follow her and her families homeschool journey here: Instagram.com/teambranch.
Must Have Homeschool Supplies
Visit my Amazon shop to see some of the basic supplies that many homeschools will find helpful to have on hand: bit.ly/cleverlychangingfavs
Skip These Items If They Aren’t a Good Fit
Watch the video to hear our don’t, but unanimously, we all agreed that you don’t have to have a planner in order to homeschool effectively.
Additional Resources that are available
Visit this post for a list of vetted homeschool online resources: http://bit.ly/studenthomeschoolresources
Purchase Curriculum At these Places
Printable worksheets: Teachers Pay Teachers
Used Curriculum Groups On Facebook
Listed below are groups I am are aware of, but I have not purchased used curriculum online.