For a homeschooling mom on the go like I am, I always look online for ideas, resources, and materials that would best fit my daughter.
Recently, I found a site which caters to just what I need: different subject areas, worksheets, lesson plans, books, even supplies, all in one website!
Educents was founded in 2013 by Kate and Kaitlyn, who are passionate about education. They believe that everyone should have access to education, and are offering really affordable yet quality products in their website.
According to their website, since its launch in April, 2013, Educents has saved educators over $15 million dollars and has helped more than 130,000 teachers, homeschoolers and parents gain access to affordable educational materials.
I tried it out myself, and here’s what I can say about the site:
1. Easy to navigate. Who does not love a website so easy to navigate? Clear, concise, and clean website. Easy to understand tabs, and you can even filter materials to your desired grade level. See example below:
2. Different subject areas, in one site. I don’t have to browse different sites because I can get math, science, and art resources from this site alone.
3. Deals, deals, DEALS! Don’t we all love the words discount and free? You will often see them on the website.
4. They have a blog where you can read how the products, materials, and worksheets are actually used, and more teaching and learning tips. I was able to use one of their products–the Peekapak Homeschool Gratitude Curriculum and my daughter enjoyed reading and learning from the book (though we chose to read from the laptop at first). Get it FREE, only four days left! Sign up now.
Whether you are homeschooling or not, and looking for ways to teach your child at home, Educents makes education accessible, for fewer cents.
Sign up via this link and get $10 in credit to spend in the website! How does that sound to you?
“We aspire to provide affordable education to everyone. That’s the idea behind Educents. Imagine the possibilities.”
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