more tips for selling used homeschool books

Tips for Selling Used Homeschool Books in Person

This is the third post in a series about how to get value from used homeschool books. In the first post, I told you about my favorite platforms to sell books. In the second post, I shared my best practices for getting the most value and minimizing handling time when selling your used books. In […]

tips for selling used homeschool books

Tips For Selling Used Homeschool Books

In the previous post, I told you about some ways to get value for your used homeschool books. In this post, I’ll give you some tips for choosing which books to sell (compared to giving away), how to price them and how to package them for shipping. [This is beginning to look like another series]. […]

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5 Ways to Sell Used Homeschool Books

If you’re anything like me, you love to browse and purchase books that you plan to use in your homeschool. If you’ve been educating your children at home for a while, you probably have bookshelves full of great (and not-so-great) used books. Now is a great time to clear the shelves to make room for […]

Moving Out of Pennsylvania When You Homeschool

So far in this series about how to legally move a home education program under PA homeschool law, I have discussed how to transfer a program when moving within the state (part 1 and part 2) and what to do when you’re moving to Pennsylvania from another state. This post describes what to do if […]

Moving TO Pennsylvania When You Homeschool

Nothing strikes fear in the heart of a homeschooler more than moving from a low regulation state to a high regulation state. Pennsylvania has a reputation for being one of those high regulation states but hopefully, I can reassure you that compliance isn’t that complicated. Compulsory attendance age First, if your child hasn’t reached compulsory […]

How to Respond to Critics When You Homeschool

I recently received a text from a friend who wondered if I ever got tired of the strange looks and comments that people make about homeschooling. She wanted to know if they would ever stop doubting and start believing that you weren’t ruining your kids. Short answer: Yes and No but then Yes. That’s a […]

SAT Prep

My son verbally committed to play tennis at Cleveland State University, which was the only college he visited (God bless him). He has to raise his SAT score by 40 points to qualify for the academic scholarship that will supplement the athletic scholarship. There’s not a whole lot of scholarship money for male D1 tennis […]