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Shavawncould you please email me those web sites with free worksheets???ThanksLaura
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I started homeschooling when kids were in 6th grade thru highschool. I am probably repeating what others have done or said.The first book I bought was The Well Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer. (Got me started)#1. Public library,#2 Tireman Library at UNM (didn't check out to homeschoolers but you can look at different curriculum books schools are using.)#3. Title wave books and Homeschool convention#4. ERC, Educational Resource Center#5. Got involved with a homeschool group. (Belonged to H2O;former homeschool group)like a co-op. Parents would teach classes like art, speech, debate, algebra, chemistry, spanish, life skills. Kids of different ages would meet at a church and have these various classes for a small membership fee and small class fee. We really missed this after it disbanded. Great time for moms to get together for advice or support. #6 Used homeschool educational discounts Borders, Barnes and Noble. They have educator days where discounts are more.#7 Costco#8 Public Library book sales#9 Public Schools discard books and old encyclopedias, dictionaries. We got a perfectly good chess board with all the pieces for free.