Make a List of Material
If you have created your own Catholic Homeschooling Program, decide about the materials you want, and make a list of them. However, if you are using a packaged program such as 'Our Lady of Grace' or any other of many available, you can visit the official website of the program to see what materials you will need, and how you can source them.
Consider Your Budget
Next step is to determine how much you will require to spend on books, stationery, registration and on other program costs. This factor can also influence your decision of preferring a program over the other.
Sourcing of Books
You can order books online directly from the Catholic Homeschooling Program and get them delivered at your address. You might be able to save some money if you are ordering online and materials for the entire course period. This will depend on your budget, of course.
Attending Catholic conferences can also help you buy homeschooling program materials on spot, which will save you the shipping cost. You may also be able to get some discount, especially if you are purchasing the entire course materials. There is a fair chance you find used materials such as books that can save a lot of money.
You can also look for material online, especially on auction sites such as eBay and Amazon. Amazon in fact is a good source for used materials, and is comparatively cheaper.
Catholic Homeschooling Groups
Try to find Catholic Homeschooling program groups and ask their members if they have used materials, which you can buy at a cheap price.
Ask Catholic Homeschooling Program School
You can also ask from Catholic Homeschooling program school if they have used materials or materials at a discount. Even if you do not find used materials, buying material for the entire course can help you get some discount.