Also, if you go to Home Education Magazine's site, http://www.home-ed-magazine.com/, and click on Resources, you'll find a lot.
And I like this catalog:
My big suggestion is to start out slowly. Give yourself a budget and stick to it. There's a lot of stuff that sounds great out there, but you'll never use it all. I spent about $160 on a foreign language program and about $100 on other stuff (including art supplies) and my mom kicked in about $100 in books and materials --- we now have enough for about 3 years of homeschooling - and I felt I was being pretty frugal and restrained!!! It helps keep things under control and in perspective if you have a dedicated homeschooling bookshelf where all the stuff is kept. That helped me, anyway, to realize that I didn't need to keep buying new things!
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