If you’re like me and would rather eat nails than get up early and go out Black Friday shopping, I have a treat for you.
I compiled a detailed list of homeschool Black Friday deals from companies that our family loves. I’ve already purchased a few things for our homeschool in the hopes of adding something fresh and new after the holidays.
Some of the links below are affiliate links which means that I do earn a small commission on any purchase you make. You are not charged anything extra and I hope that you know I would never promote something that I didn’t absolutely believe in.
Our family loves the systematic, Orton-Gillingham instruction found in the Reading Horizons reading programs. Get 25% of all software (we use the online version) and bundle purchases through November 24th. Enter discount code ‘LAPTOP’ at check out and be entered to win a free Dell laptop!
KINDLE FOR KIDS BUNDLE
Tons of features in this classic Kindle. Not a tablet and no games but lots of access to Kindle version books and tools. 44% off!
SEE THE LIGHT
See the Light is a Christian, video-based art and drawing curriculum that kids love.
A few months ago I bought a subscription to Tinker Crate, a monthly science and engineering kit for kids 9-16 that comes right to the house once a month. Our kids have loved it. My kids love the unique projects so much, I’m seriously considering signing up for Doodle Crate, a monthly art and design kit for kids 9-16 as well. There are kits for younger age groups as well.
This is the company where we get our beloved Life of Fred books and the best deals on Times Tales for learning math facts quickly. We recently bought and loved these graphic science novels. I love that Educents gives 5% back on all orders as an incentive to come back for more solid curriculum and good prices.
ALL ABOUT READING
I’ve never seen a sale at All About Learning, the creators of one of our favorite curricula – All About Reading and All About Spelling. I was pretty excited to download this adorable, winter-themed set of review activities for reading and spelling for free though. 🙂
If you are considering teaching your kids Latin, I can’t recommend highly enough the Visual Latin videos from Compass Classroom. They are an entertaining and engaging way to introduce your kids to the dynamics of Latin. We use them weekly now that our daughter started Classical Conversations Challenge A.
This last Black Friday deal is near and dear to my heart for an unfortunate reason. The author of Not Consumed is not only a friend of mine, she is a single, homeschooling mom of four kids who earns her entire living off of her blog.
Her youngest child was recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. She has been in the hospital with her boy for several weeks now as he heads into some intensive treatment.
Visit her shop and see if there isn’t something that is useful for your family. All of her products are of the highest quality, I promise! And give your kids an extra hug tonight.
I am so thankful for our community here at Homeschooling With Dyslexia. One in Five people are dyslexic and a very small minority of them actually homeschool. We’ve managed to find each other and I appreciate the love and support from all of you!