The final week of Darcy’s NOT Back to School BlogHop, this week’s curriculum sale provides an opportunity to sell or find something you’re in need of or in need of purging – and hopefully, lets us help each other out a little bit, too.

I don’t really have a lot of things to resell at this point, everything the older two use gets saved and passed down, and my youngest is only just now reaching an age to start using some things. However, there will be many other homeschooling bloggers linking up to the Curriculum Sale so if you’re still missing a few things for your new school year, I encourage you to “hop” over and browse the list of participants. (She keeps the list open all week, so check back each day to check for new bloggers on the list.)

As for me, we’re pretty much set except for needing a Volume 1 The Mystery of History and some kind of 4th grade math. So I’m going to be browsing the links in case someone has these things they need to get rid of. I’m torn between Saxon and Switched on Schoolhouse. I grew up with Saxon in public school and am pleased with it, but I am tempted to try a computer based math curriculum since it’s not a strong point for Princess and she seems to learn well on the computer. However, I see on their website that Saxon also has a DVD of video lessons that might help her to have. What say you experienced homeschoolers? Any thoughts?

It’s been fun Hopping through the month of August with you and meeting some new blogging homeschoolers. Don’t forget to stop by Darcy’s to browse the links!

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Hey, y’all! I'm Amber, and I wear many hats: Pastor's wife, marriage advocate, eclectic homeschooler, mother of three, and domestically challenged homemaker--lovin’ life and livin’ deep in the heart of Texas.
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