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Saturday, June 12, 2010

How to Make a Homeschool ID Card

Get a FREE
Homeschool ID Card!
Homeschool Buyer's Coop have a nifty service for designing a homeschool ID card which you can use for home printing for free. Or order a professionally printed ID for $6.95 ($4.95 for additional cards).

Looks good to me!

When you go to bookstores, including Borders and Barnes and Nobles and office supply stores, such as Staples, to register as a teacher and receive discounts one of these could be handy.

Do you have homeschool ID cards for your kids? What about for yourself? How have you used them?


jugglingpaynes said...

Our local group has a template for an ID, but I haven't gotten around to really using it yet. I've had a lot of difficulty convincing our local B&N that homeschoolers are allowed to have the educator's discount. I suppose I should try a different store...

Good to see a post from you!

Peace and Laughter,

Alison Kerr said...

Hi Cristina,
it's good to "see" you too.

The first time I registered for an educator card at B&N I took my state registration form with me (in Kansas we register as non-accredited schools). They accepted that just fine.

I do notice that B&N always confirm by asking me if the books are for homeschooling every time I use my card. It must be their policy - Borders don't ask me the same questions.

HauntedPortraits said...

You can also get Homeschool IDs at

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