The Best Black Friday – Cyber Monday Deals for Homeschoolers

 

I don’t know about you, but my budget can always use a helping hand.  That’s especially true around this time of year when I’m hoping to buy gifts for family and friends.  That’s why I’ve been scouring the internet and looking for some great deals on some of my favorite homeschool curriculum and supplies.  To make it easier for our readers shopping online this weekend, I thought I would list all the sales I’ve found so far to save you some time!  I divided them into categories: Books, Lapbooks/Unit Studies, Science, Art/Creativity, Printables, Bible, and Curriculum and Helps.

 

The Best Black Friday Cyber Monday Deals for #Homeschoolers @hsbapost

 

Books

Beginning on Black Friday and extending through the weekend to Cyber Monday, Usborne Books is having their annual Book Friday sale, with up to 60% off on books and activity packs.  They have something for everyone from birth through high school.  From the popular touchy-feely series of books for little ones to the Conspiracy 365 suspense series for middle school/high school, as well as books that will help you in your homeschool studies, Usborne Books has it all.

 

Book Friday Black Friday to Cyber Monday Usborne Books sale www.kidsloveusbornebooks.com

 

All ebooks at Homeschool Encouragement are on sale! Come see our list.

 Lapbooks + Unit Studies

Black Friday Lapbook SALE

Homeschool Curriculum and Helps

 

 

Basic Shapes for Beginners ebook

Get 30% off Basic Shapes for Beginners using the special coupon code: ChristmasSale30 at check out. This code is valid from December 1-8, 2014.

 

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Printables

 

Save on printables, unit studies, file folder games, workbox tags, and more for grades PreK through 4th at Little Learning Lovies.  50% off each item or 95% off to buy EVERY FILE on a USB! You can even make three monthly payments or use PayPal and get 6 months to pay.

 

 

E.H.M. Member’s Only Website 2014 Thanksgiving Sale

 

Use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout.

Art & Creativity

 

 

Exclusive Kiwi Crate Black Friday Sale! Starting today to 12/1, save 60% on your 1st month subscription to any Kiwi Crate Family Brands PLUS free shipping with code HOLIDAY60 at checkout.

This holiday season, give the gift of monthly hands-on projects designed to spark creativity and curiosity for the little ones in your life. Kiwi Crate was founded on the vision of inspiring kids’ creativity and its mission is to help equip the next generation of innovators with the tools for creative problem solving and exploration. Kiwi Crate offers high quality award-winning products across four brands for young makers ranging in age from 3 to 16+.

 

Online Fabric Patterning with Wax Resist Class

 

 

 Science

 

Cyber Monday Sale 2014 Groovy Lab in a Box

 

 

 

Bible

 What’s in the Bible? DVD series

Nest Animated Bible DVDs at NestLearning.com

 

 

Educational Fun

Toys & Games at NestLearning.com

 

I hope these sales help your budget, too!  Best of all, you can do all this shopping from the comfort of your own home!

 

 

 

Sara (38 Posts)

I'm a reader, writer, dreamer, wife, and homeschooling mom of 3 girls. We take a relaxed, eclectic, Charlotte Mason-leaning, Montessori-ish, literature-rich, delight-directed, almost unschooling-at-times approach to learning. Lots of unit studies, field trips, and lapbooks, too. I like to blog about our learning adventures (plus faith and encouragement) at Embracing Destiny.


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Thanksgiving Writing Activities and Prompts

 

thanksgiving pies

Just because it’s the week of Thanksgiving doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate a few fun writing activities and prompts into your homeschool days. Even if you traditionally take time off from formal schooling, you can still find engaging and inspirational ideas to get the creative juices flowing (along with the turkey and cranberry sauce!).

Here are a few fun ones to try:

Video Writing Prompts: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

Video Writing Prompts: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving from TeachHUB.com has great ideas for each age range (K-12). My favorites are “Food Frenzy” and “Create Your Own Holiday.”

25 Thanksgiving Writing Prompts

Journalinghelps.com has an extensive list of writing prompts for both primary and older students. In addition, there are story starters, report ideas, and movie ideas! Pick a story starter and add a little each day. Check out the movie list and choose one together to watch on Thanksgiving eve or day. It’s a nice change from football (not that there’s anything wrong with that)!

A Thanksgiving Tweet

From the wonderful folks over at WriteShop.com, here are 5 {fun} Thanksgiving writing prompts. I love the one where the thanksgiving turkey sneaks into the house and sends out five, potentially desperate, tweets. If you were the turkey, what would you say in 140 characters?

Journal of Thanks

This idea is fairly simple and is a take-off on the 30 Days of Thanks as seen on social media. If you haven’t had a chance to start on Day 1, no worries, get started now! Write down each day one thing that you are thankful for. Participate with your children. Have your kids decorate each page, if they like, by illustrating the thing they are thankful for that day.

Wishing your family a warm and joy-filled week of Thanksgiving. Be sure to let us know in the comment section if you tried any of the writing activities or prompts!

 

Angela (29 Posts)

Angela is co-founder of Mosaic Freeschool and a homeschooling mom to two never-been-to school kids. Born in Southern California and raised on the East Coast, Angela had a bit of an unconventional education, but did not consider homeschooling seriously until her first child was born. Believing that young children learn best from those that love them most, Angela and her husband John chose homeschooling for their two boys. She is dedicated to the advancement of alternative education choices, creating the web-site Raising Autodidacts in 2011 to further explore the idea of fostering the self-taught individual. In June of 2013, she started an instructional writing service called Gathering Ink .


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Homeschool Blog and Tell #HSBAT: Homeschool Blogging

 

The November Homeschool Blog and Tell is brought to you by Usborne Books and More at Kids Love Usborne Books. They are planning a huge Book Friday sale with up to 60% off for Black Friday through Cyber Monday.  Now would be a great time to stock up on homeschool books (Sonlight curriculum uses Usborne Books!) and books just for fun. They make great gifts for kids of all ages from birth through high school. You can order online and books are shipped directly to your door by UPS.  You can also host an online party or even sign up to be a sales consultant yourself by visiting www.kidsloveusbornebooks.com.

 

Kidsloveusbornebooks.com Book Friday Black Friday sale

Kidsloveusbornebooks.com make great Christmas gifts!

 

Welcome to the November Edition of the Homeschool Blog and Tell Linkup!

This is our monthly link-up that allows you to show off what is going on in your homeschool!

Each month has a different theme.

#Homeschool Blog and Tell #hsbat

November’s theme is HOMESCHOOL BLOGGING, so link up and show us your posts about blogging tips and tricks, how you started blogging, why you blog, or anything related to homeschool blogging!

Through the end of this month, link up your post and we’ll share it with our readers.

So, show us what you got!

Now for a few guidelines: (I know…no one likes a lot of rules, so there are not many.)

  • Please direct your link to a certain post NOT your home page. We have the right to delete your link if this is not followed.
  • Use a least one photo in your post. We want to SEE what you have done!
  • Link your specific post to The Homeschool Post. (Again, we have the right to delete your link if this is not followed.)
  • These can be OLDER posts. We are okay with that – we want to bring new readers to your blog!

If you have ANY questions, please feel free to ask! We are here for ALL homeschoolers and truly want to bless you guys!

If you are on Twitter, Google+, or even Instagram please use the hashtag: #HSBAT.


Sara (38 Posts)

I'm a reader, writer, dreamer, wife, and homeschooling mom of 3 girls. We take a relaxed, eclectic, Charlotte Mason-leaning, Montessori-ish, literature-rich, delight-directed, almost unschooling-at-times approach to learning. Lots of unit studies, field trips, and lapbooks, too. I like to blog about our learning adventures (plus faith and encouragement) at Embracing Destiny.


A Word From Our Sponsors

Homeschool Products from Nest Learning
***Early Christmas special for HOMESCHOOL POST readers: 25% off BIBLE STORIES 5 DVD Boxed set + FREE SHIPPING. Over 17 hours of content including 15 stories and 15 complete step-by-step art lessons. Code to use: HSP http://www.seethelightshine.com/store/bible-stories.html***
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