Cyber Monday Deals for Homeschoolers




Cyber Monday SALES and Deals especially for homeschoolers.  Including deals on gifts, hands-on learning, homeschool high school curriculum, sales on gift ideas and more.  #backfriday #cybermonday #homeschooldeals #homeschooling high school #madeby homeschoolers


With all the sales online this year, for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, I got together with my friends to offer you great sales for your homeschool.

Homeschoolers deserve to have Black Friday and Cyber Monday, too!

I had so much fun putting together this Homeschooler's Cyber Monday SALES list for you.

This is a chance to find the perfect resource for your homeschool, to make 2021 a great year for your kids and teens.  

Each of these items are made by homeschoolers! They are written by well known veteran homeschoolers for homeschoolers.  

This list includes homeschool curriculum and resources for:

  • Social studies 
  • Psychology
  • English 
  • Science 
  • Nature study 
  • Art 
  • Gift ideas
  •  My high school guide 

First, let's start with a site that is offering 25% off of their entire site.

7 Sisters Homeschool SALE!



THE ENTIRE SITE IS ON SALE!

Homeschool High School:

ENGLISH
LIT GUIDES
WRITING 
ELECTIVES
FINANCIAL LITERACY
HEALTH
CAREER EXPLORATION
ETC

This homeschool site is offering a 25% OFF sale for ALL of their courses for Cyber Monday.

They offer PDF based courses that focus on building skills, and avoiding any busywork.  

These courses are already very frugal, at less than $30.00 for their regular price.  Now that will be reduced by 25%!


How to join the 7 Sisters SALE:

Click here and scroll down to the bottom of their site, where you can share your email with - 7 Sisters HomeschoolThis is a very well respected site that is Christian based.  (They only share tips and sales updates, no spam at all.)

Then watch your email box.  The code for 25% OFF will be sent to you.  Be sure and do that today. They will send it to your inbox.

Use that code all day on Monday, November 30th, for ANY of their homeschool courses on their site.

7 Sisters Cyber Monday Sale 
Click here 
Link will be sent to you

Starts 12:01am ET - November 30th and Ends at 11:59 ET November 30th.


Do you want some ideas from 7 Sisters to get your started?  Here are some of our favorites.

- 7 Sisters Social Studies




Are you looking for something a little different for homeschool high school history?

7 Sisters Homeschool offers History and Philosophy of the Western World. 

This is a 1 credit ebook based course includes both World History and World Philosophy. 

This is a fun and thought provoking course can be done by your teen independently.  It includes church history, too.  

Did you know that many colleges accept Psychology as a Social Studies course?


- 7 Sisters Christian Psychology Course


This course has been thoroughly updated.  I wrote about it in this article, which gives you more of an idea of the course:




- 7 Sisters English, Writing, and Literature Courses

I have written a lot about these already frugal, no busy work courses.

Click here for more info:




Now let's more on to other sites and their sales.

My friend Eva, a homeschooling mom of 2, and a former science teacher, is offering two middle school science courses.

- Science

Science in high school does not need to be limited to the usual sequence of physical science, biology and chemistry.  

How about doing a course in Zoology or Botany? 



Eva, from Eva Varga.com created 10 week courses in both of these subjects.  

Make them into a high school credit!

 Add one of them to your Biology course, or use both to make a combined course in Zoology/Botany.  

To get yours, click below:



Tricia is offering a sale on her video based art lessons, perfect for your holiday homeschool.  Her courses are made for all ages.

- Art

Do your kids and/or teens enjoy art?  What a great way to spend a winter afternoon.

Looking for some resources for your homeschool tea time?

SALE - $45.00

Reduced from $90.00

Tea Time Art Lessons includes a high library of video chalk art lessons, and is on SALE all week.  Perfect for all ages.

Are you wondering how to make art into a high school elective?  This article tells you how we did that.




Awe, nature study.  My favorite thing to do with my daughter.  Cindy is offering a sale on one of her most popular nature studies.

- Nature Study


We loved doing nature study even in the winter.  How about enjoying one of  Cindy's excellent nature study courses in 2021? 

She is offering Incredible Creeks from Shining Dawn Books.  
  

Incredible Creeks is only $12.00! 
Reduced from $16.00 through midnight November 30th


Thanks for stopping by BJ's Homeschool,



Betsy


Betsy is mom to her now college grad, whom she homeschooled through high school.  She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early yearshighschool
collegegifted/2e and wrote -Homeschooling High School with College in Mind, 2nd Edition,   She offers homeschool help through messages at BJ's Consulting and has had some of her articles picked up by the Huffington Post.


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50 comments:

  1. I am so glad to have found your blog through this blog hop! We are homeschooling for the first time this year and will be starting out with a just turned 14 freshman in High School. Since this is our first year I don't have any favorites yet, but we will be trying out different options to see what works best for him. I am nervous about this new adventure and will definitely be visiting you often to check out your amazing resources! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. Malissa, thanks for stopping by! Starting high school at home was a little unnerving for us, too, although we had already been homeschooling. But we found it was not that hard to do! Feel free to check out my blog, and the High School page, and I will be adding more and more to my high school stuff over the next few years. One of my favorite posts that I recommend to newbies is "Three Ways to Homeschool High School" here - if you are interested. https://betsyhomeschoolconsulting.blogspot.com/2016/05/three-ways-to-high-school-credit.html Nice to meet you!

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  2. I think the history and philosophy of the western world would be our favorite.

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    1. You picked a great one, Teri! My friend Vicki, from the 7 Sisters put together that course, with help from her son, whom she homeschooled. He studied philosophy in college, and the whole course looks great to me. Nice to meet you!

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  3. We are just starting High School this year so we haven't found a favorite High School curriculum as of yet. However, we are very excited about our journey.

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    1. Hi Kelly! Thanks for stopping by BJ's Homeschool, and I had so much fun putting together this giveaway. It is so fun to meet the families who are signing up for this. One of my favorite resources for high school is Oak Meadow, and we also loved using curricula from the 7Sisters, who shared a social studies course here. There are so many curricula out there to look at! I wish you the best in your journey.

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  4. So far (we are JUST starting High School) I think my favorite High School resource is Easy Peasy Homeschooling

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Letara! I hope you have a great experience homeschooling high school, like we did. My daughter is in college now, and tells me that she so appreciates having had her high school years at home. That was so nice to hear!

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  5. My son is an 8th grader this year. I don't have a favorite resource but I plan on using Heart of Dakota.

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    1. I would love to hear how Heart of Dakota goes for you, Christine! That is a new one for me. If you are interested in more resource ideas, feel free to check out my page, called High School, on this blog. We used a variety of resources for high school.

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  6. I'm not sure if I have a favorite. But I could really use this as my 10th grader needs these very subjects.

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    1. How about that, Lydia Fern..I picked just the subjects that you needed! I love the courses that the 7Sisters.com put together, and we also love Tricia's chalk pastels and the science and nature studies from Eva and Cindy. Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. We will be starting HS next year, so we don't have a favorite resource yet. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway and for the chance to win!

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    1. Congratulations on your decision to homeschool high school. We are so glad that we did. It was a lot of fun to put together this giveaway, Amy C.

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  8. My favorite high school resource is Notgrass history.

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  9. We are doing 10th grade this year and I feel like I am behind with him. http://dualcreditathome.com This seems to be my favorite. It has a transcript made up. I just have to plug in his information.

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    1. That sounds very helpful, your transcript form that is already made up. Thanks for stopping by, THE DECKERS, and the great thing about homeschooling is that you can take extra time to catch up, and decide when your teen is ready to graduate.

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  10. Our favorite high school resource is Guest Hollow's history shelf. We love connecting our lessons with literature and movies.

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    1. I like using lit and movies, tied in with our history, too! I have not tried Guest Hollow's history shelf myself, but it sounds good and thanks for sharing. We used Oak Meadow for our English and history as it was combined and included living literature, too.

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  11. My favorite high school resource are the other Mom's in my home school group. I literally couldn't teach high school w/o them!

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    1. That is fantastic that you have so many great contacts with homeschooling moms IRL! What could be better?! Thanks for stopping by, Darlene!

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  12. We will be be starting high school so we don't have a favorite yet.

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    1. Hello Amanda. Maybe some of the stuff that I am offering in the giveaway will become your favorites! I wish you a great first year of homeschooling high school. Thanks for stopping by,

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  13. Best high school resource this year all of the colored sharpies and neon post it notes and flags. Way to stay organized!

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  14. Best high school resource this year are the colorful sharpies and neon post it notes and flags. Way to stay organized!

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    1. Oh, I love using those post it notes, too. And my daughter was always using flags on her high school books. Great ideas, thanks, Luke!

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  15. We are loving Notgrass history for high school. Thank you for the giveaway, I have two in high school this year.

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    1. Wow, two in high school, that must keep you quite busy, Deborah. It is nice to hear about Notgrass history, and that you love it. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. My high schoolers love math u see for math.

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    1. That is helpful to other families, judi, that you shared what your high schoolers like for math. So far we have two families here that love MathUSee!

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  17. Just starting to look into middle and high school, so I honestly don't have a favorite yet.

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    1. Well, you are way ahead of the game, Kathy! Looking into high school rescources ahead of time, that is impressive! Thanks for stopping by BJ's Homeschool.

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  18. Some of our favorite items for high school are our microscope, binoculars, field guides, and art supplies 😊
    Lori

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    1. Hi Lori! I love the name of your blog..and I like your favorite items, too. We loved doing nature study in our homeschool, and I am sure you would like the nature study offered by Cindy in this giveaway. Enjoy your high schooler!

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  19. We just started high school today!!! :-O I will definitely have to say that Math-U-See makes my life and my student's life WAYYYYYYY easier!

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    1. I have also heard great things about MathUSee. Thanks for sharing, Kimberly!

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  20. My daughter is really enjoying quite a few of the resources on homeschool teachers from old schoolhouse.

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    1. I have heard great things about Homeschool Teachers, judi. Thanks for sharing!!

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  21. I really love Drive thru history.

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    1. I do, too, judi. History was one of our favorite subjects, through the years, and we enjoyed using Oak Meadow for lots of it. And some Drive through History, too!

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  22. Just starting to homeschool my 9th grader this year. I don't have a favorite resource yet. We are still sorting through all the wonderful options!

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    1. Sometimes I think it can be overwhelming, all the great resources that are out there now for homeschoolers. But then we get so many choices! Thanks for stopping by, Kimberly!

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  23. CTC math and other homeschool moms!

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    1. Yes, I love both of these resources, too, Kimberly!

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  24. Since we are just starting high school, I'm not sure if I really have a favorite high school reource yet. I did enroll my 9th (and 7th) grader in Kolbe #homeschool Academy to take advantage of their transcriot and diploma services as well as the chance to use some of their course plans while.keeping the flexibility to use our own curriculum for any subjecta we desire. So I guess in that sense, so car, it's my favorite.

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    1. I wish you lots of great experiences with your teens as you homeschool with the Kolbe Homeschool Academy.

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  25. My daughter and I learned a lot from the Constitution lecture series from Hillsdale College.

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