Let’s not waste time on a long intro. You need to know where to buy homeschool curriculum. I have the info. Have fun hunting!
Looking for a local place to browse? Check out these state-by-state listings. (These lists are still in progress. If you don’t see your state, feel free to contact me and let me know you’d like that list next!)
Buy Secondhand Online
There are tons of places online to buy gently-used curriculum and resources. This is just the tip of the iceberg, but they’re some of my favorite sites to check.
- Remnant Books
- Better World Books
- Homeschool Classifieds
- Book Outlet
And, of course, there’s Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace and all the Facebook groups. I’m listing some of the big, country-wide groups here, but definitely check around to find more local groups as well. Pick-up versus shipping can be a plus if you’re tight on funds.
- Homeschool Curriculum Marketplace
- Homeschool Curriculum Marketplace (Yes, there are two.)
- Homeschool Curriculum Exchange
- Homeschool Curriculum & Book Swap
Can’t find what you want secondhand? Like the simplicity and support that come with buying directly from a company? Retail might be your preferred shopping method.
As usual, this is not close to an exhaustive list, but it should give you a good base for finding a wide variety of books and other resources.
- Usborne Books & More (Disclaimer: This is my personal link as an Independent Consultant)
- Rainbow Resource Center
- Gather Round Homeschool
- Master Books
- Christianbook.com (Yes, they do sell curriculum.)