Classifieds: Curriculum and Supplies for Sale or Needed
ISO Saxon 54
We’re looking for Saxon 54 math curriculum.
Curriculum for sale
Horizons Math Teacher’s Guide: Kindergarten (great condition) – $5
Horizons Math Teacher’s Guide: 1st grade (some worksheets missing, otherwise great condition) – $5
First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind Level 1 (Brand new!) – $10
Please contact Kelli Rueger at 240-370-3081
Free Teaching Textbooks Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra set version 2.0
Includes textbook and answer key
Also included are the disks but one is missing. Replacement disk is available through company if desired. Online version also available. But having physical text is often handy for on-the-go homeschooling or for students working out problems.
Student Writing Intensive IEW FREE
Institute for Excellence in Writing
Student Writing Intensive – Level C Disks and Student Notebook
Not sure if this is an older version than the one currently available
Notebook materials may need to be reprinted out
Piano for sale
Baldwin Piano for sale (best offer). Upright.
Very good condition. New owner pays to move it.
Located in Germantown Maryland. On first floor of home.
CBA Alumnus ISO New/Used Curriculum *All Subjects, Publishers & Editions Accepted*
Hello! My name is Kimberlee Green. I graduated from CBA in 2012 and was Mrs. Abbott’s Teaching Assistant for Composition from Fall 2013-Spring 2017. Since leaving CBA, I have been looking for ways to serve homeschool students and families in some capacity.
Recently, I began selling curriculum that my siblings and I had finished using. It started as a way to simply declutter our schoolroom, but it has burgeoned into something more. I love being able to connect homeschoolers with the resources that they need at the prices that they can afford. I’m active in several homeschool curriculum buy/sell groups on Facebook, and many families in those groups are young and simply looking to educate their children on a budget. Some parents are in the military or law enforcement; others are pastors or missionaries; still others work in corporate America or in blue collar jobs. Whatever the parents’ vocations, their desire to stretch their educational dollars is the same. I have been able to help meet that need for a few dozen families, but am looking to do more.
To that end, I’m looking to connect with “empty nester” (or very nearly so) homeschool parents who have curriculum that they no longer need or want. Spring, summer and early fall are when many home educators are looking ahead to the next school year, settling on a course of study for each child, fine tuning their budgets, and hunting for bargains.
If you are looking to downsize your library, would like to make some extra money, or simply desire to bless another homeschool family, please give me a call (1-2 pm and 7-9 pm Monday-Friday; 1-9 pm on Saturday/Sunday), or send me an email/text message with your name and contact information so that we can discuss specifics.
Thank you and God bless!