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Places to Buy & Sell Used Homeschool Curriculum

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One of the ways I stay within our budget is by selling any homeschool books we no longer need and using that money to purchase curriculum for the next year (used if possible). I’ve collected quite a few links for buying & selling online, and I hope some of them have just what you need!

Vegsource Homeschool Talk & Swap

Homeschool Classifieds

Best Homeschool Buys

The Well-Trained Mind Sale & Swap Board

Curriculum Classifieds on Google+

Homeschool Market on Facebook

A-Z Home’s Cool Homeschool Classifieds Yahoo group

HSLDA’s Curriculum Market

Homeschooler’s Trading Zone

Leigh’s List

Homeschool World

Used Homeschool Curriculum

Curriculum Share

PaperBack Swap (this is my referral link)

Amazon Marketplace

Ebay

Craigslist

Half Price Books (not online, but a great place to look)

Blog it: Do you have a blog? Post a Books for Sale list! You can promote it to your readers, and you will also get sales from people doing searches for specific books.

Don’t forget that you can also Homeschool for Free,
and I can help you create a curriculum plan using your freebies!

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6 thoughts on “Places to Buy & Sell Used Homeschool Curriculum

  1. These are some great suggestions. We saved the most by passing down non-consumable curriculum to younger brothers and sisters and using multi-level curricula like Konos and A World of Adventure or My Father’s World.

    We have homeschooled 5 children for over 20 years and have avoided over-spending every step of the way. There are so many ways to save on homeschool materials as outlined in the comments above.

    For more used homeschool curriculum options, I would like to recommend my family’s site: http://besthomeschoolbuys.com where homeschooling families can connect to a great selection of used curriculum.

    Today, e-readers can make reading the classics that are in public domain a very inexpensive way to offer literature. My daughter loves her Kindle and is always converting books from Archives.org or Gutenberg to Kindle format so that she can read them on her Kindle. It is a great money saving option.

    Julie (homeschooling in Tennessee)

  2. I wanted to share with you our new homeschool curriculum website called Homeschool Trader.com. It is a new, easy-to-use site to find and sell used homeschool curriculum for free. We also have some subscription offerings for those who choose to place many listings. Please take some time to learn more about us at http://www.homeschooltrader.com.

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