It’s that time of year again! There are great deals on things you can wrap, and some you can’t. The holiday season is a great time to plan for the spring, and snag savings on homeschool deals on things like courses, games, and gifts!
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Educational and Homeschool Deals
Music is one of those courses we never seem to get to in our homeschool. Yet study of the arts is SO important for brain development. I love the Music in Our Homeschool courses because everything is laid out for me and ready to use. From preschoolers to high school electives, and options the whole family will love, you CAN teach music appreciation at home with this resource!
25% off all courses from Music in Our Homeschool with code BLACKFRIDAY2019
Unit studies make great learning for busy holiday seasons, or, really, any time! And this sale is almost too good to be true. Buy more, save more. You can download and use any time, so stock up for the seasons ahead! (Tip: these codes are good on bundles which are already discounted. So if you’re going to buy similar titles anyway, see if they’re already bundled and save… ready for it?… a bundle! ha!)
Buy more, save more at UnitStudy.com!
Looking for a spring elective for your teen? They’ll love the relevant options you’ll find at Homeschooling with Moxie Courses. Selling on Etsy, Ebay, Podcasting… and the instructor’s personable style and interactive support make for binge-worthy coursework. And you will love the fact that these courses help your kiddo make some pocket money! Cha-ching! My tween worked through the Etsy class a year ago, and she made her first sale within a week of opening her shop.
Get 30% off Abby Banks’ online courses for teens with code BLACKFRIDAY19 (expires 12/3/19)
Deals for You
Sometimes the best homeschool deals are for the homeschool administrator!
I usually bristle a little when I get kitchen appliances for gifts, but my Instant Pot made me jump for joy! And I’m kinda jealous I already have one I love so much that I named it, because the price of this newer model is drool-worthy!
If pressure cooking isn’t your thing, check this out. Our subscription to The Dinner Daily has been a lifesaver through this incredibly busy season. It’s also a money saver! I wrote about the savings I’m seeing in my review of the service, and it still holds true. It’s even better when I use the Aldi menus my subscription offers. NOW is the time to sign-up for this great time- and money-saving service!
Black Friday Sale! 30% off any membership! Use code: EASYDINNER30
Are you ready for a homeschool game-changer? What would extra income mean to your family? Especially if you could do it by sharing resources you’re creating for your kids anyway?! Yeah, HUGE, right?!
Bekki Sayler at A Better Way to Homeschool is THE authority on creating and selling printables on the Teachers Pay Teachers website. And she shares how you can make a great at-home income doing the same thing. This course isn’t full of empty promises – it’s the real deal designed to get you up and running. Totally worth the regular price tag, but the Black Friday special is amazing!
Get 60% OFF the Make And Sell Printables Bundle with code PHANTASMAGORIC! (That makes it less than $40!)
Fun Deals for Gift-giving
Score major points with the teens in your life by adding some of these trendy and affordable accessories to their stockings.
50% Off Site-Wide + Free Shipping on All Orders! Valid 11/26-12/1
We have used Kindles a TON in our homeschool. I love the kids’ editions for their rugged shells and easy-to-configure parental controls. Black Friday is always the best time to grab these devices!
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