Prime Savings and Homeschool Supplies

Amazon Prime Day is quickly approaching and launching July 12th. This year I will be looking out for school supplies and art supplies. But, you don’t need to wait until July 12th to save some dough. Amazon is having tons of sales already. Here are some of my favorite homeschool items that are currently on sale:

  1. Sight Words Bingo: This game is a fun way to learn sight words with multiple ways to play. To purchase the game, click Sight Words Bingo.
  2. SmartLab Toys Squishy Human Body: This manipulative is perfect for any human body or health unit. Your children are able to remove organs and put them back in the body. This is a great hands on tool for children of all ages. To purchase, click Smartlab Human Body. Currently 40% off (from date on post).
  3. Teach Your Child To Read in 100 Easy Lessons: A classic and highly rated book to teach your child to read. Each lesson is straight forward and simple. I highly recommend this book in Kindergarten or to be used as a recourse for later years. To purchase, Teach Your Child To Read In 100 Easy Lessons.
  4. Flexible Seating: Have a child who wiggles and can’t sit still? This chair is perfect and currently 40% off (from date on post). This chair can also help sensory seeking children. To add this chair to your classroom, click Sensory Chair.
  5. Learn All About Germs: My kids loved this science kit from The Magic School Bus Collection. We paired this kit when we did our health unit in the beginning of the 21-22 school year. The kit comes with many of the supplies you need and everything else is basic home supplies. The Magic School Bus has many different kits. To buy this kit click Germs and to see all The Magic School Bus Science Kits click All Science Kits.

All the items are currently on sale (from post date) and we love them in our homeschool room. What items are you buying? What are you looking for on Amazon Prime Day?

*All opinions are my own and I am an Amazon Affiliate. These links do not cost you anything extra, but will help support our blog. Thank you for supporting Homeschooling On A Homestead.*

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