I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for ways to save in our homeschool budget. I try to use whatever thrifty resources I can, which often includes digital products. I was an old school holdout for years before I came to accept digital homeschool curriculum and books, but the practical side of me (read: frugal) won out.
Advantages of Digital Homeschool Curriculum
There are some advantages to digital homeschool curriculum that I’ve come to appreciate in the past few years:
- it’s available instantly when you need it
- it doesn’t take up room on your bookshelf
- it’s easily portable (we like to read on our Kindle)
- you can print what you choose when you choose
- it can be used for more than one student and printed multiple times (depending on the particular copyright permissions of the material)
- it is generally less expensive than print materials
One of the great resources I discovered last year is the Build Your Bundle -Homeschool Edition. Not only does it offer great prices on digital curriculum, it’s very customizable to suit your individual needs! I love that! There are bundles for Charlotte Mason, copywork, math, science, history, language arts, middle school, high school, preK and elementary, just for boys, and just for girls. If none of those meet your needs, you can build your own bundle with selections of your choice. Does it get any better than that?
Yes, it does. Why? Because not only does it offer pre-assembled bundles, but you can actually build your own bundle of resources! Perfectly customized and individualized, just like homeschooling!
Build Your Bundle Details
The 2015 Build Your Bundle Sale is here!
There are several individual bundles, priced starting at $10. The 2015 Build Your Bundle Sale will consist of the following bundles, plus, of course, the BUILD YOUR OWN OPTIONS!! These bundles are full of products from popular publishers!
The Build Your Bundle Sale is ONE-WEEK ONLY – May 25th – June 1st 2015.
Don’t miss the BIGGEST homeschooling sale of the year.
Do you use digital homeschool curriculum? Why or why not?