This post contains affiliate links.
Hey folks! I am super excited to share with you today that I am now an Educents blogger and affiliate member! Homeschooling has been something that I've been interested in for quite some time and I'm even more excited about all of the possibilities now that we are starting to do some schooling this year. With that being said, I was intrigued when I came across Educents and think they will be a great company to work with!
What is Educents? In a nutshell, it's a central hub where parents, homeschoolers, and teachers can find a wide variety of educational materials, from supplemental materials to full curriculums. You can shop by grade, which includes everything from pre-school to college, and, the best part is that everything is discounted! On top of that there are daily deals, freebies, giveaways, and more!
So, what does being an Educents blogger and affiliate mean for Mixed Bag Mama? Since I've already been trying to share some of our homeschooling fun and struggles with you, you can also expect occasional updates on freebies and deals, hot products, product reviews, and more from Educents. (I will probably be sharing a lot of those through my social media channels, so be sure to follow me on them, which you can find in the upper right corner of the blog!) I will receive a percentage of any sales that are made through my links, but I don't sign up for programs like these unless I think they're a quality company that's a good fit for you guys!
Let's go ahead and get started with some freebies, shall we?
-Peekapak social-emotional curriculum freebies (Pre-K): Teaches kindness, gratitude, and more. Includes 6 lessons.
-More Peekapak freebies
-Ukloo's Early Reader freebie is a seek-and-find literacy game for ages 4 and up! Available on iPhone and iPad.
-One year of free math lessons (multiple grades)
-Christmas Literacy & Math Pack (1st-3rd grade): Holiday themed morning work
-And, if you're still looking for more freebies, search through over 500 items HERE.
Not a bad deal, right? Have you used Educents for any of your learning needs?