42 Dollar Tree Homeschool Supplies List

42 Dollar Tree Homeschool Supplies List – Frugal Homeschooling

Dollar Tree Homeschool Supplies
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Many of us homeschoolers are learning all year long. I don’t know about you but we buy school supplies more than just once a year. Back to school time is usually when you can find the best prices, but sometimes I need school supplies or craft supplies in December. That’s when I turn to the Dollar Tree homeschool supplies. They also have plenty of craft supplies!

Besides the Dollar Tree you can find great deals all over. That’s why I’m including some great deals on Amazon too! Below the Dollar Tree list is an list of cool finds on homeschool supplies you can buy on Amazon. So be sure to check that out too.

42 Dollar Tree Homeschool Supplies List

  1. Reward stickers
  2. Chore charts
  3. Table name labels – these have cool things on them like a ruler, a multiplication chart, and more!
  4. Books
  5. Reward prizes – There are many small toys that you could use as a reward. Find some of them in the birthday party area. Usually, these would be given out for guests at a birthday party, but why not use them to play a game and offer a little reward. Like, give them out while playing with flashcards My boys love to do this!
  6. Timed worksheets
  7. Coloring books
  8. Posters – Great for projects like lap books, crafts, science projects, and more!
  9. Also, they have big poster boards – Great for making a sign like for yard sales. Yard sales can be great for teaching children money, selling, and reducing clutter.
Coloring books are Dollar Tree homeschool supplies
  • Multiplication flashcards
  • Addition flashcards
  • Subtraction flashcards
  • Color/Number flashcards
  • ABC flashcards
  • Composition notebooks – Great idea for a daily diary for the kids. I have my boys write spelling words every day, and write a short story.
  • Markers
  • Pens
  • Pencils
  • Kid scissors
dollar tree homeschool supplies for math
  1. Permanent markers
  2. Stapler/staples
  3. Tape
  4. Erasers
  5. Whiteout
  6. Glue
  7. Calculator
  8. Construction paper
  9. Glitter – Put it on everything, make life sparkle as it should… Just kidding, it is great for crafts of course. 😉
  10. Magnifying glass
staple and stapler
  1. Math dice
  2. Handwriting paper
  3. Paint/Brushes
  4. Drawing paper
  5. Dry erase markers
  6. Scrapbooking paper
  7. Die-cut letters
  8. Kitchen timer
  9. Alphabet wall hangers
  10. Word stripes, printed and plain
  11. State Wall hangers
  12. Beads
  13. Index cards/holders
paint and brushes are Dollar Tree homeschool supplies

Cool Homeschooling Finds On Amazon

Posting a calendar in your classroom is important. There are many days where my students ask me, “What day is it?” This calendar has the added bonus of adding the current weather too.

A great set of posters for teaching multiple topics. These posters include Numbers, Colors, Shapes, Opposites, Feelings, Nutrition, Days, Months (with Seasons), Environment, Solar System, and Kids World Map

Another great set of posters. These include some great math posters. We all need a little help when it comes to teaching math right? I know I do. Over the years I have used multiple posters over the years, the math and geographical posters come in the handiest!

A great way to save money on printer ink! If you have multiple students, these dry erase pockets are perfect! You could use these to help the kids memorize multiplication facts, without having to use up an entire tree, and hundreds of dollars in ink.

If your classroom is not very big and you don’t have the space to hang a whiteboard or chalkboard then this desktop whiteboard can really come in handy! There’s also a larger standing whiteboard if you’d like a bigger board.

As a homeschool teacher, math can sometimes be difficult to explain. Using manipulatives this job is so much easier!

Teach multiplication with a wooden times table tray!

I recently found a new item at the Dollar Tree (2018). It’s a large map of the USA. I’d say it’s probably 4′ x 3′. It’s very nice for the price I have to say. It’s bigger than any other map, that I’ve gotten my hands on.

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We have this great little craft thrift store here. We can get cheap supplies there too. I think the idea is genius! It gives us a place to donate old crafting materials we may not need. Also, the school and offices in our town found it is a useful place to drop off their old books and folders and other office supplies. Which is great for homeschoolers like us! I’ve gotten many books really cheap this way. I like reading textbooks, I know I am kinda weird like that, but it works out because I am homeschooling three boys so…

Anyhow,  make sure to check the crafts, birthday, office supplies, and a resource section for other cool supplies at the Dollar Tree! Some stores carry different items and it may change depending on the season. You might find some really cool items that they didn’t have in my store! If you find something cool not listed here please comment and let me know.

I’d love To Know what you think!… Leave me a comment!

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6 thoughts on “42 Dollar Tree Homeschool Supplies List – Frugal Homeschooling”

  1. Yes, Yes, Yes! I have spent so much money on finding the right curriculum for my son this year…I am looking for every homeschool deal and discount I can get my hands on! This list definitely takes the cake! Thanks for the ideas!

    1. You’re so welcome! I’ve spent my fair share on curriculum too. They never seem to “fit” our family. I love finding free stuff on the internet that fits into what we are studying! Thanks for stopping by Sharla!

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