by Amy Tjaden
Homeschool.com News Editor
I was reading through other homeschooling articles and blogs and came across information on a store that offers homeschool tees and accessories. I was intrigued and thought I’d pass the information on to our readers.
Homeschool Boutique offers cute homeschool tees for all members of the family. They even have maternity items and tees for baby. In addition, they offer backpacks and tote bags. I’m seriously thinking I might get the shirt that says “Homeschool Moms Rock” because, well…we do.
Anyway, as I was browsing this store I got to wondering how many other stores are out there that cater to the homeschool set. It turns out there are a lot. At Great Homeschool T-Shirts, they have a shirt that reads “Beware I’m an unsocialized homeschooler.”
I was going to compile a list of the various places I found that offer similar products but then I stumbled upon this list. There are about a dozen stores listed. That should be enough to get you started.
As I was looking at all these fun and unique tees a thought occurred to me. Making tees would be a great homeschool project. It would cover both creative writing and art. The kids could come up with a homeschool saying and drawing that we could then transfer to tees. Stores like Michael’s or Hobby Lobby have all the supplies you need to make your own.
You could take the project a step further and turn it into a lesson about business and marketing by using a site like Café Press to sell the final product.
If you know of any great homeschool stores that sell homeschool novelties like tees, please jump on our news discussion forum and share. If you end up making your own tees, please share the experience with us and I promise to do the same.
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