Hey there, homeschooling heroes!
Are you ready to unleash the power of Prime Day? 🎉
That’s right, the most epic online shopping extravaganza is here, and this time it’s all about you—homeschoolers!
Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or a student on this incredible educational journey, get ready to dive into a world of amazing deals tailor-made for your homeschooling needs.
So grab your notebooks, charge up those laptops, and let’s explore the Prime Day Deals for Homeschoolers like never before! 🚀
In this post you will find Prime Day Deals for:
- School Supplies
- Field Trips
- Techy Homeschool Supplies
- Your Home
- Learning Toys
- Homeschool Moms
The Complete Guide To Prime Day Deals for Homeschoolers!
Prime Day Deals For School Supplies
1. Glue Sticks
This will probably last our homeschool 6 months.
If your kids love to glue everything – liberally – grab this deal!
2. Elmer’s Glue
This “big kid” glue supply is all you will need for more than a year I’m sure. All of your art projects, collages, co-op assignments, and more are covered!
3. Giant Glue Sticks
These chunky glue sticks are perfect little hands!
4. Multipurpose scissors
I promise you that no matter how many pairs of scissors are in your house – it’s not enough.
5. 36 Fine Tip Count Dry Erase Markers
Be still my homeschool mom heart.
If you go through dry erase markers like it’s your second job, grab this giant box and let that part of your mind rest for the year.
6. Chisel Tip Assorted Colors Dry Erase Markers
And if you prefer colors – Amazon has that too.
Grab this deal for colorful whiteboard lessons!
7. Highlighters – 36 Count
We love highlighters for studying, Spelling You See work, and grading.
I really like doing all my check marks in bright yellow and circling the wrong answers. No need for angry red in this homeschool.
8. College Ruled, Spiral Notebook Set of 6
Can you have enough notebooks?
Grab this pack of 6 and be covered for all journaling, note-taking, and co-op assignments!
9. School Supply Organizer/Holder
This is perfect to hold all of your essentials for the day and very easy to pick up and move wherever your kid feels like doing school.
10. Adidas Backpack
Yes, homeschoolers need backpacks on occasion.
This is a quality bag for a great price, and it’s perfect for those long co-op days when your kids are hauling binders, books, water bottles, and lunch bags.
11. Laptop Bag
This is also a high-quality backpack for the older homeschooler who needs a laptop.
It’s great for trips to the library, study meet-ups, co-op day, or anywhere they go to think.
12. Felt Tip Markers
These will look amazing in your art supply box!
13. Colored Pencil Set And Carrier
Your child will love to throw these in a bag and head out for some nature journaling!
14. Paint Pens
This is a low-mess way to let your child enjoy painting. No cups to spill or brushes to clean.
15. Sheet Protector Pack of 100
These are a must for homeschool portfolios and to protect printables/curriculum you want to use and reuse throughout the year.
I also use them to save the best artwork/drawings my kids have done in a binder.
16. Dry Erase Pouches
These are perfect for reviewing concepts like simple math or handwriting in a fun way.
Tell the kid they can use a dry-erase marker, and they’ll be in!
17. Loop Ear Plugs
Do you have a kid who needs some quiet to think and work?
But your younger kids run a parade through your house every day?
Try these simple earplugs to reduce the noise and increase your kid’s focus.
18. Pencil Pouch
This works for co-op days when your kid needs to throw some pencils in a bag!
19. Plastic Dividers With Pockets
I love these for my homeschool portfolios!
20. Drawer Organizer Set
I bought something similar to this a few months ago and it has transformed my junk drawer!
I can now easily find the scratch paper I need, pens, extra dry-erase markers, and dice for math games!
Ah, yes you will need a stapler too.
You will need it to keep projects together, make books, and oh so much more.
22. 2 Inch 3-Ring Binder Set
These binders are great if you need something to hold together a curriculum or teacher’s guide you printed off.
They also work to hold multiple subjects worth of work or as your homeschool portfolio.
23. Accordion Folder
This type of folder is a must for keeping all of the extra paper together.
Use it to store loose printables, construction paper, worksheets/tests for end of year, or anything else you need to hold on to.
24. Clear Plastic Organizers
These organizers were meant for the pantry, but they might be just what you need for extra school supplies storage.
Think how could you store extra lined paper, printer paper, pencils, staples, art supplies, and more in these handy bins.
25. Slim Rolling Storage Cart
Do you have a small space to work with when it comes to homeschool storage?
This cart is perfect to slide in and out, and it will hold tons of supplies!
26. Pencil Sharpener
Trust me on this fact.
You need to invest in a high-quality pencil sharpener.
Or you will be buying a new one every 3 months.
It took me too long to learn this lesson.
This is the globe that I actually own and we love it.
It is a wonderful way to make geography more concrete for your kids…and it has survived some serious abuse. We have moved with it and dropped it many times, and it’s holding up great!
28. Pencil Grips
I so wish that I would have used something like this with my oldest child. She hated writing, and I’m convinced now that had to with with how she was holding her pencil.
These grips are great for training small hands and keeping them from getting too tired.
29. Motivational Poster
This is a wonderful visual to post in your school area to remind your kid that they are capable.
They just have to work hard.
Prime Day Deals For Books!
1. Mercy Watson Set
These adorable books are normally $40!
This is such a great deal and perfect addition to your early reader library.
2. Mistakes That Worked
Wonderful for science class and a great way to encourage your child that mistakes happen and sometimes they’re great!
3. Shakespeare Timeline Sticker book
4. Little House Series
These are classic books and used in so many different language arts curriculum sets.
They are normally $80 for the set, so if you think you might teach them, this is the time to snatch them up!
5. Wall Book Timelines – Unfold History!
6. Children’s Dictionary
We own a very similar version of this dictionary and it has been wonderful for working ABC order, dictionary skills, and vocabulary.
Pictures go so far with kids!
7. DK Trees, Leaves, Flowers, and Seeds: A Visual Encyclopedia
8. Handwriting Without Tears Kindergarten Set
This is a phenomenal curriculum for young ones just learning to write. I’ve used it with 2 of my kids and highly recommend it!
9. Handwriting Without Tears My First Printing Book
I have such fond memories of using this with my girls!
They still talk about the ”magic c.”
Prime Day Deals For Field Trips!
1. CamelBak Kids Waterbottles
These no spill/no leak water bottles are a must for the little ones when you go on field trips, hiking, camping, or really anywhere.
They were such a life saver when my kids were smaller.
2. Collapsible Water Bottle
I am obsessed with the genuis of this water bottle, so I had to share it here, if for no other reason than so you could see it too.
What mother hasn’t been overloaded with carting around water bottles that may not even be used?
They way you can throw some collapsible water bottles in your bag, and only fill them when/if you need them.
When they’re done, you can collapse them and chuck them back in your bag!
3. Adult Lunch Bag Tote
Last year I had to start packing myself a lunch for our long co-op day.
I would have loved to have this “adult” lunch bag! So sophisticated and grown up.
Plus it can keep things cool or warm.
4. Crock-Pot Lunch Box
I don’t know about you, but I have a kid that does not know how to pack a cold lunch. Not having a microwave available is her personal nightmare.
When I saw this Prime Deal pop up – I knew there must be other people out there!
Grab this adorable crock-pot lunch box for chilly co-op days, sports nights, or nature walks!
4. Bento Lunch Boxes
Do you love packing healthy things, but can’t put don’t want to mess with buying all the individual portions?
I love these Bento boxes for holding things like apple sauce, cottage cheese, yogurt, dips, or really anything that’s healthy for kids.
The compartments are just the perfect size for a little of this and a little of that!
5. Ice Packs for Lunch Bags
I thought these were just too cute to pass up!
Throw them in your kids lunch box for an adorable way to keep things cool.
Prime Deals For Techy Homeschool Supplies!
1. Indoor/Outdoor Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker
Do you use audio books or stream podcasts as part of your homeschool day?
Are you tired of listening to your music curriculum on your laptop?
Is classic music a staple in your day?
This nearly indestructible speaker is just the thing to turn the volume up and pull your kids in!
2. Essential Oil Diffuser
You all may not know this, but I love using essential oils with my kids.
Consider using this oil diffuser to calm the mood of your room, increase attention, or to rid the air of winter virus yuckies.
Are your kids using a lot of apps or games to supplement their learning?
Now might be the time to invest in a new iPad (for yourself!), and let them have yours.
5. Air Purifier
Have you been struggling with Canadian fires too?
This air purifier might be a great thing to have on hand in your home.
6. HP Laptop
My oldest is at the age where she definitely needs her own laptop to get school done every day.
If you’re in the same boat, snatch up this great HP deal for a solid option for the year ahead.
7. Acer Aspire Laptop
This is also a solid laptop choice, but more budget-friendly!
8. HP Tago Wireless Printer
This is my exact printer, that I’ve had for years.
I’m a huge fan of HP. If you’re in the market for a budget printer, this is it!
You know you’ve always wanted one.
Imagined what your life would be like with one.
Grab the deal and live the dream!
10. Dyson Vacuum
Prime Deals For The Home…Because Homeschooling Is a Lifestyle
1. 30 Rolls of Toilet Paper!
This is a 100% no brainer.
You are not going to beat this price anywhere. Period.
2. Magnetic Menu Board
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a plan for dinner?
Use this board to plan out your week – or make that a life skill for your kids!
3. 2 Tier Drying Rack
Encourage your kids to help out with the dishes by getting this amazing drying rack.
No more – “It wouldn’t fit in the dishwasher, Mom…” Ha!
4. Magnetic Dry Erase Calendar
We keep a very large calendar in our kitchen and it is tremendously helpful in keeping us all organized and up to date on the week’s activities.
I highly recommend snatching up this deal and getting your homeschool month planned out.
5. Cleaning Gel
This might be the most practical thing on the entire list.
Quickly clean our car, laptop, and other hard-to-reach places!
6. Pantry Organizers
Are you sick to death of finding open containers of cereal, chips, and cookies in your pantry?
And not a chip clip in sight to seal them?
Use these airtight organizers to save your food and your sanity, Homeschool Mama!
7. Air Fryer
This is the exact Air Fryer that I have. My mom bought it years ago for me as a house warming gift and I still use it every week.
It is amazing at cooking things up in a flash – with no preheating! Think cooked french fries straight from the freezer in 15 minutes.
We use it for everything from making doughnuts to reheating pizza the way God intended.
8. Black & Decker Dustbuster
This tiny cordless vaccum cleaner made me feel seen as a mother.
I love this for kids to use to clean up their own crumb messes in the house or car – without hauling out the big vacuum cleaner.
9. Silicone Cooking Utensil Set
Are your cooking utensils discolored or flimsy from age?
Could you possibly be missing some pieces?
Spoil yourself and get a new set from Prime Day!
10. Silicone Non-Stick Baking Mats
Tired of feeling guilty for cooking on foil?
Grab this one-time deal on these baking mats!
They can go up to 450 degrees – perfect for the sheet pan meal, cookies, or anything else.
Prime Day Deals For Learning Fun!
1. Playdough Pack
Playdough can be used in so many lessons for young kids. Think creative art, fun math lessons, or STEM challenges!
2. Playdough Accessories
This little table is perfect to give your playdough lover some structure and focus…and save your carpet from smashed playdough.
3. Plant Terrarium For Hydroponics Gardening
In my experiencs, all kids love watching plants grow.
This sophistiicated terrarium is perfect to give your kid some strong botany lessons, and it will look nice in any area of your house.
We have had bins of magna-tiles in our house for many years.
They are perfect creative building toy that don’t hurt your feet when you step on them 🙂
And as a bonus, they’re even fun for adults to tinker with!
5. Play Tent – Reading Nook!
This adorable tent is a great way to show your kids that you want them to read.
Set it up in a corner of your house and fill it with pillows and tons of library books!
6. Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course
This is a fantastic option for kids to have an indoor recess, let off some energy, or get in some P.E.!
7. Marble Run
This is a classic kids toy that provides hours of engineering fun!
There are infinite way to build and rebuild a track. You can focus on creative ideas or just on speed!
8. Folding Puzzle Board
We have had a puzzle board in our house for months now and my kids are obsessed.
They have started a collection of puzzles, and they love that they can leave it for hours to days and come back to it.
I love that they’re not taking over a table in our house or leaving little pieces all over the floor.
9. Magnetic Chess Set
Chess is the ultimate game of strategy and a great way to teach our kids about critical thinking.
10. Montesorri Themed Activity Book for Toddlers/Preschoolers
I love this activity book for little ones who could use something to stay busy during the homeschool day.
It is bright, colorful, and full of learning fun!
11. Wooden Letter Fishing Puzzle
This is such a fun, hands-on way for kids to work on letter identification.
You could also use it to practice letter sounds!
12. Indoor Fort Kit
Needs something active for the kids during the bad weather days?
We have had a fort kit for years and it is always such a hit with the kids and especially during play dates!
13. CVC Words
Prime Day Deals Just For The Homeschool Mom!
1. To List NotePad
List-making is tremendous for me to deal with all the things that need to get done.
Grab this adorable notepad and get yourself organized, Homeschool Mama!
2. Silk PillowCase
This is such a small way to give yourself a bit of luxury.
I hear that it does wonders for your hair and prevents the dreaded “bedhead.”
3. Mommy’s Special Water Bottle
I love having a fancy water bottle that is obviously mine and not for my kids.
Sometimes I fill it with water, but it’s mostly iced coffee these days.
4. Gel Mattress Topper
Is your back saying you need a new mattress, but your curriculum budget is saying no?
Check out this cooling mattress topper to help your joints and budget compromise!
5. Casper Sleep Original Pillow
Are your pillows pretty beat up?
Pillows are something we so often don’t take the time to replace.
Get better sleep with one of these high-quality Casper pillows
6. Besure Fuzzy Blanket
My kids got me a fuzzy blanket for Mother’s Day last year and I’m obsessed with it!
It’s *my* blanket in the house and perfect for cozying up to during the water, having an evening tea, reading a book, or even grading papers.
7. The Perfect Makeup Mirror
I personally own this make-up mirror and I use it every day.
It plugs into a wall (no batteries needed), and there are multiple magnifications. It makes putting makeup on so much faster in the morning when I need to get going.
8. Portable Laptop Desk
When you want to be by yourself to think and work…but your kids have overrun every area of your house.
That’s when you need this laptop desk.
Shut the door of your room and use this desk to comfortably read all of those curriculum reviews!
9. Portable Charger
Why we lived without portable chargers in the past is a mystery to me.
No more freaking out because you’re phone is dying and you need it to help you drive home from that long-distance field trip.
No more missed photos or videos either!
Just chuck this in your bag and you’re covered.
10. Pillow Slippers
These are perfect shoes to be comfy at home, answer the door without shame, and still be able to go outside to get the mail!
11. Standing Desk
Being a homeschooler requires a lot of sitting at times.
I bought a standing desk years ago so that I could work while on my feet.
It’s better for my health, my energy level, and my joints long term.
Need Even More Prime Day Deals?
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