Homeschool Convention Tip #3
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Do you do your homework before going to a homeschool convention? It is wise to determine what materials you need and want in advance. Otherwise, you may find yourself purchasing items you really don’t need, which results in overspending. Trust me I know because I have done it myself. Let me show you how I now do it in this quick homeschool convention tip #3.
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My state’s convention is coming up very soon. I have spent a few hours determining my needs and wants as well as armed myself with a special shopping list. I write down the curriculum I want to purchase as well as any supplemental items, such as science supplies. I also include the names of any products I have heard about and want to investigate further.
When I arrive at the convention, I go through the list of vendors located in the exhibit hall. This list is usually in the convention magazine along with a map. I then add the vendor booth numbers to the shopping list.
A big advantage of the shopping list is it helps to remind me of not only what I need but it keeps me from overspending and or making impulsive purchases.
I want to save you some time before you head off to your convention. So, I have converted my shopping list into a PDF. You are welcome to download it for free.
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