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Used Curriculum Sale


Nothing can replace the excitement of browsing through hundreds of items at a local used curriculum sale and finding that perfect resource that you didn’t even know existed, or getting money back for resources you no longer need. But things don’t always go as expected, and though TEACH will not be able to host a live curriculum sale this year, we hope this list of websites for buying and selling will offer a reasonable alternative.

Good Sites For Finding or Selling Used Homeschool Curriculum

First Things First: If you need advice on choosing the right homeschool curriculum for your family, try these links: 

Used Curriculum Classified Sites/Groups

If you already know what you are looking for, or have used resources to sell, the following sites can help connect you with those who are looking to sell what you need, or buy what you have.

Get Textbooks: https://www.gettextbooks.com/  Though the title says text books, this site will work to find virtually any used book. It provides a list of different versions of the book, and once you choose the one you want it will search hundreds of websites and book stores instantly and arrange them in order of best value. It includes many of the sites that are typical go-to’s for used books such as Amazon, Abe Books, Thrift Books, Biblio, Chegg and many more, so it is definitely the BEST place to start when comparing prices for a particular resource..

Homeschool Classifieds: https://homeschoolclassifieds.com/  One of the largest sites on the web for buying and selling new and used homeschool materials, and for finding and announcing homeschool support groups, activities, and events.

Second Harvest Curriculum: https://usedhomeschoolbooks.com/about-us/  Second Harvest Curriculum is a homeschooled family-run business established in 1993. The business was started to help families save money by buying and selling used curriculum.

Good and Acceptable: https://www.goodandacceptable.com/about-us/  Online marketplace created by homeschoolers for homeschoolers. Open a shop to sell as a vendor, or buy items that may be hard to find from other retail sellers.

Homeschool Buy/Sell/Trade Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/homeschoolbuyselltrade/  Group’s purpose is strictly for buying/selling physical curriculum product, no e-links, etc… They do not allow links to other websites or groups, or homeschool discussion. All transactions are between the individual parties, over 20,000 members nationwide.

Used Curriculum Swap Communities

Homeschool Curriculum Free for Shipping Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/homeschoolffs/  This group is set up to allow people to donate their used curriculum (and other things too!) to other homeschooling families, for only the cost of shipping. https://www.homeschoolfree.org/

Paperback Swap (PBS): https://www.paperbackswap.com/index.php  A large online community for trading used books of all kinds, including textbooks and audio books. You list books you have to swap, once requested you send it postage paid, receive books postage paid in return. Over 1 million books to choose from.