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From: Jennifer in SC (
Subject:         Re: Expensive...
Date: June 11, 2010 at 3:58 pm PST

In Reply to: Expensive... posted by Kelsy on March 15, 2009 at 9:11 pm:

We use the library A LOT! We also use free
resources available online. There are a lot of free
books and curriculum online - especially for the CM
method. (Gutenberg Project, Google Books, etc) Also,
websites like this help me to find used curriculum,
which helps keep my costs low.

I find that proper planning from the beginning helps
me to save money by not carelessly purchasing
something "because it sounds or looks good". I get
a lot of help planning through some "free curriculum
websites" (ambleside & simply charlotte mason) plus
these types of forums. Other homeschoolers have
helped me tremendously in my planning and decision
making for curriculum. Yes, it is a bit work and
organization in the beginning but it doesn't have to
be expensive.

Here's a neat little writing that I came across that
reminded me of how inexpensive and gentle education
really can be.

May the Lord give you wisdom and guidance on your


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