Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 2016-2017 Homeschool Supply Haul with you.
We have four children and this year we spent about $150 on supplies total. I usually average around $100-$150 on supplies including a few extra things that we have to purchase for their weekly options program. This year I ordered most of our supplies online, but I did pick up a few extras at a local store as well. I hope you enjoy this video!
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Here are some links to products mentioned in the video, I think I found everything, let me know if I forgot anything!
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- Frixion Erasable Pens
- Desktop Carousel
- Snowmen Stackable Pencils
- Gummy Bear Stackable Pencils
- Regular Stackable Pencils
- Fun Iwako Animal Erasers (20 Pack)
- Expandable Acrylic Drawer Organizer
- Ticonderoga Pencils
- Ticonderoga Red Marking Pencils
- Expo Dry Erase Markers
- Scissors (5 Pack)
- Elmer’s Glue Sticks
- Mavalus Wall Tape
- Post-It Sticky Flag Tabs
- Mr. Sketch Markers
- Bic Mechanical Pencils
- Kwik Stix Paint Sticks
- Bible-Hi-Glider Highlighters
- Sharpie Highlighters
So that’s our homeschool supply list for this year. I didn’t have to buy any paper, binders, or file folders this year since we had plenty left over from previous years. Yay!
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