Used Abeka books can be easily bought and sold through a variety of sources. Getting resources in this way greatly reduces the cost of homeschooling for many families.
Retail prices of these homeschool materials can quickly add up when purchasing the teacher's editions, student texts, and other components.
Many schools choose Abeka homeschool books for its strong, religious and academic qualities, as do lots of homeschoolers. This Christian home school curriculum has been around for decades and is well-known for its traditional, conservative, and challenging materials.
Since it is so popular with homeschooling families it also has tremendous "staying power" and does well at used home school curriculum fairs, too.
Buying and selling used homeschool books is a great form of re-purposing materials and helps others as well as yourself to get great bargains.
Some of the places where you can purchase or sell used homeschool books are:
I have bought and sold used books on the swap sections of forums that cater to a specific curriculum, such as Abeka. Sometimes, Christian schools will sell their older editions of curriculum to the public and you can get deals there, too.
The cost of home school books and supplies can quickly add up even if only teaching one child. When you can purchase used books, you are able to save money for other purchases as well as the larger items we enjoy, like computers and microscopes.
Additionally, you can earn money from the sale of your used items while helping others get their school books. Most of us can use some extra money and create a little more space in our home by selling resources we no longer need.