The HFHG sale is FRIDAY THE 27th
1.)I cannot take ALL the things you do not sell there…In fact, I want the things that you and everyone else would come here for- Apologia, All About Spelling and Reading, Math U See, Saxon, Literature, CEC books (Caveat—they must be on the list for the upcoming year or I cannot take them) etc.
2.) PLEASE use removable stickers for prices…file folder labels ruin the cover of books and are not removable.
3.) I cannot sell your book in the shop or online if it is missing pages, cd’s, or has writing or file folder stickers across the front of it. Goo gone is a great product but does not remove file folder labels without taking half the cover with it…
4.)Know your prices, do not over price. Most of the things in the shop are 1/2 retail.. Abeka and BJU are very very prevalent in the resale market so mark your things accordingly. Take your catalog with you so you know what edition, author etc you need.
5.) take lots of SMALL bills
Karen at the Kurriculum Korner
Have had a busy week with lots of drop offs!
Here are a few of the new things:
Draw Write Now # ‘s 2,3,5,6
Learning Palette – very interesting!, some math cards, some phonics cards;
Rod and Staff Arithmetic 1 black line masters- all in a binder, unused;
VTech Bugsby ( like a leap pad) and 7 books;
some Dive cd’s;
McRuffy math and McRuffy Color Math teacher guides;
Jacob’s Elementary Algebra textbook;
Math Relief Algebra Phase 1 by Firebaugh;
BJU Science and History text’s for 1st gr;
Pearables Home Ec 1&2;
Rush Hour Game;
J Fulbright Botany and Land Animals (no journals);
Beechicks the 3 R’s and You Can Teach your child Successfully ( gr 4-8 Mom help);
2009 edition of Well Trained Mind;
Memoria Press Literature Guides- Teacher manuals mostly;
Drawing With Children;
and a lot more!
Come see what’s here before buying new..it will save you lots of money and help fellow home schoolers re coup some of their investment..
See you soon
Karen at the Kurriculum Korner
Regular hours Wed & Thurs 1-5
6400 Clore Lane, Crestwood, KY 40014
cash, checks and paypal
Only a few more “open ” days. Starting November 1st I go to by appointment. I have had this shop for 7 years (can you believe that?) and this is definitely slow season. I will still be here- send me an email or call if you need anything, we can pick a time.
Things surprisingly are still coming in. Teacher Created Thematic Units (one on chocolate- our personal fav) and a dozen more. “The Un-Halloween Book”. BJU , Abeka, Rod and Staff, Saxon, Usborne, Math U See, Apologia, TOPS science, Project Wild, Biology pre made slide sets. I have a Sonlight Core 7 guide and books and an older edition of Core 200. There are tangrams, lots of flashcards, lots of literature, combo dot cards, clue word cards, geo boards. I have a leapster that would make a great gift, a Leap pad and books, and a telescope that works great- box needs cleaning. There are a couple dozen Joy Berry character training books, Singing With Children, Oak Meadow 2nd gr Syllabus, Christian Charm Course, Manners Made Easy, and a really fun one called “Eating the Plates” about Thanksgiving!
See you this week or call me- 502-241-7264
Several things you need to know:
1. Starting November 1st (Thursday) we will switch to by appointment hours. Things are starting to slow down, you are all getting into routines, people are not thinking about buying curriculum. I am still here, and am very flexible now that all my kiddos are in college. Let me know if you need to replace, add too, find reading books, remedial things to get over a hump..I have a ton of stuff and usually can help you find something to help.
2. I can take credit cards!! or debit cards. I got a “Square” and it works perfectly. If I am not here, there is a form that you can fill out with all the information (I promise to thoroughly destroy it after the charge) or we can do it over the phone.
3. Please use this forum,firstname.lastname@example.org email, phone or facebook to reach me. Every once in awhile I get a message at an email I have not used in years. I do not want to miss your message. If you do not hear from me, try another avenue and please try again. I apologize if I don’t answer right away- sometimes I cannot answer with out a little research (consignment sold amount/ do I have) on the question.
4. Please forward WTB requests, friends looking for materials, out of state contacts to the shop, website etc. These are your books, if we all refer people, maybe more will pass through here. In the long run, that means you make more profit.
5. Here are a few new things:
G Foster- A Caesar’s World/Columbus/Wasington; Saxon 1 with workbooks and a bunch of other Saxon; IEW British Lit guide, some PAL and Group B Structure and Style; Leapster and games; Leap pad and games; Sonlight guides and books- History of the World part 2 (some have language arts addendum too)Latina Christiana I DVD’s; ABeka Combo dot cards; DIVE cd’s for 54,65,76, 87; Painless Poetry; History of Medicine- Tiner; D’Aulaire’s Greek Myths; Apologia Biology; Quarter Mile Math; Abeka Keyboarding; Christian Kids Explore Chemistry and Biology and a lot more. the Shelves are full..things are being mailed all over the country. If I list something- please do not wait 2-3 weeks before coming in, it may be gone…
See you soon, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s 1-5pm
Tons of things arriving- can’t keep up! I still love being the first person to go thru the box!
Here are a few of the NEW things:
Story of the USA- all 4 and a few extras;
Sonlight Mark able Map;
Apologia Physical Science, General Science, Human Body and Marine Biology;
It Couldn’t Just Happen;
Seven C’s from Answers in Genesis, Astronomy Book and The New Answers book by Ham;
MUS Block sets x 2, along with Fraction Overlays and Decimal Inserts;
BJU Math – Precal, Algebra 2, Consumer Math, Pre Algebra;
Rod and Staff Math – 1,4,5,6,7,8;
Rod and Staff English- 2,4,6,7;
Lyrical Life Science sets;
Latin in the Christian Trivium Set;
Latin for Children Primer A set;
Lots of Knights/Castles/Egypt/American history;
Lots of Usborne Science books along with J Van Cleave experiment, A+ projects and “for every kid” books;
Enasco High School Biology Microscope- email me for details;
tons of Literature including Shakespeare, Progeny Press guides and Memoria Press guides;
First Form Latin, Ecce Romani texts for Mrs Essa’s Class at CEC;
World Masterpieces for Mrs Erickson’s class at CEC;
Kingfisher History Encyclopedia;
MUS Teacher kits, full sets for Pre Alg and Algebra (comb bound edition);
Light and the Glory Series for adults;
Homeschooling High School by Dennis;
First Language Lessons level 3 and 4;
a full shelf of 50 cent books—
everything here from 2009 and 2010 is 50% off;
Come see me- I didn’t even mention Abeka, Singapore, Sequential Spelling, and all the miscellaneous books that help you over humps in Math and English, the ones that give your kids writing prompts, help with capitalization or the coloring books that make learning about the civil war/greeks/Presidents fun!
I have expanded into another room- lots more space to move around and actually see what is on the shelves. If you haven’t been in awhile- come see me!
Karen at the Kurriculum Korner
Wed and Thurs 1-5pm
6400 Clore Lane, Crestwood, KY 40014
cash, checks and paypal
Unless we have already talked about bringing things in, please wait a week or two – I am stuffed and need to take care of all the things I have before adding more. So many new things, I don’t know where to start!
Here are a few new things:
Visual Manna- History thru Art, Science thru Art;
IEW Phonetic Zoo B;
Of People for CEC and a lot of the other CEC required books;
Math U See- fraction overlays, decimal inserts and teacher/ dvd kits for most levels up to Algebra;
Rod and Staff math teacher eds and some student textbooks for 1,3,4,5,6,7,8;
Christian Light Units for Home Ec (missing unit 1);
GA Henty books on cd;
Math Relief Algebra 1 by Leonard Firebaugh;
Parts of MFW Countries and Cultures like Kingdom Tales, Hero Tales, Geog from A to Z;
English from the Roots up vol 1 cards;
Shurley English Teacher eds for 1,2,3,4,6;
Rod and Staff English 1,2,3,4,5,6;
BJU Sci, math and English for lots of levels;
now have a section of materials from Seton press etc;
lots of science experiment books for summer fun!
Notgrass Economics, Exploring America;
HOD- Hearts for him thru Time- Revival to Revolution, Bigger hearts for His Glory, Drawn into the Heart of Reading;
BJU Booklinks- probably 15 of them- some need the novels;
Jeannie Fulbright Botany and Land Animals;
Apologia Chemistry, marine Bio;
and so much it has made getting down the hallway difficult….. Come take some of it away!!! See you soon- Wed and Thurs 1-5pm
I have an almost full set of Bigger Hearts for His Glory and Hearts for Him Through time- Revival to Revolution. This is a great curriculum, written by a mom who could not find something that met all her needs! Come see me, it won’t stay here long.. Also have lots of new things- more arriving every day- Rod and Staff Math and English; BJU reading , Spelling, English, History etc; Math u See; Math Relief Algebra; CEC Books for English, Government, Latin, Science; Notgrass Exploring America; Notgrass Economics; Grammar Ace; The Oxford Companion to American Literature; Memoria pRess Famous Men books; D’Aulaire’s Greek Myths and a Memoria Press guide to go with it; Hooked on Phonics; MUS Fraction Overlays and Decimal Inserts; tons of Literature; Christian Liberty Press Nature Readers; Let’s Read and Find out about Science for early readers; Drawing With Children; Abeka Concept Cards for 3-4 Math and a ton more.. I am out of room- lots of things in the 50% off boxes (makes them 25% of retail) and a shelf full of 50 Cent books—
See you soon, Wed and Thurs 1-5pm
Here are a few of the newest additions to my over 10,000 books:
Apologia Physics, Apologia Physical Science, Apologia Marine Biology, The Kids guide to service Projects, Shurley English teacher manuals , Rod and Staff English and Math for 6th gr, Tree in the Trail by Holling C Holling, Peggy Kaye- Math Games, Movies as Literature, Saxon 54 and 76 set, McRuffy Math K and 1 teacher eds, Math U See Zeta/Delta/Epsilon/Gamma teacher sets and a student book for Epsilon, Beautiful Feet History of the Horse, Kathryn Stout Guide to History Plus and Comprehensive Composition, Serl’s Intermediate Language Lessons, BJU Reading and English 2/3/4, Jensen’s Grammar and Jensen’s Punctuation, Right Start Math B and C teacher eds and worksheets, Notgrass- Exploring Economics, Homeschool Psych, Short Lessons in US History, Keys to American History, BJU Geometry, Handwriting without Tears Capital Letter cards/wood pieces and mats, and more that I have not even gotten to yet! Come see what you can save money on~~
Wednesday’s and Thursday’s 1-5pm. If those hours are not good, call me, we can arrange another time- 241-7264…Hope to see you soon. The shop has had a really busy last 2 weeks, if I have listed what you want, don’t wait, it won’t stay here long. I apologize if I got something you wanted me to let you know about- late spring and summer is very difficult with so much coming and going- I try to let you know, please get back to me as soon as you can if I call or write.
Have a wonderful day!
One more week and it is official although it has felt like spring for a few weeks here in the Ohio Valley. Flowers and trees are blooming, the nest of Mockingbirds near the bedroom window wakes early and there is mud everywhere!
I will be open again this week with lots of new things, great home school materials – come save some money!
See you soon, if you need directions there is a map on the website – for those of you on facebook or call me~
It will be a beautiful day for a short drive to the country. I will be open on Wednesday and Thursday afternoon from 1-5pm. I have been receiving things all winter and have really full shelves. Still unpacking a few of the boxes so no list today- sorry. come see what’s here- do not buy new teacher editions (ABeka, BJU, Rod and Staff, Shurley, Horizons, Memoria Press, Singapore, Easy Grammar, Apologia) at least, until you check with me. I may not have it in stock but will probably be getting one over the next 2-3 months. If you want to bring things in- please call me first, I am full and a little choosey because of that and cannot take everything you ever used all at once (I cannot tell you how many times “2 small boxes” has turned out to be a full van with all the seats removed !!).
Come see what’s here, save lots of money and support both a local business and your fellow home school families (most everything is consignment)..
See you soon, directions on the map tab here at the website or call me- 502-241-7264