This is a weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Carrie from . If you aren’t a homeschooler, but you’re a parent, teacher, babysitter, or nanny, you’ll probably find at least a few useful freebies in this list. You may also want to go through the Educational Deals and Freebies from earlier this week for more. Don’t forget to check out all of the exclusive freebies over at .
General Homeschool Resources
– Field trips hold so much value in a homeschool. This freebie will help you record all of your learning adventures.
– Fun winter mazes are great for small motor skills and pre-writing practice.
– Help your kids get and stay organized.
– As a homeschooler, you should carefully consider some ideas on this list – or come up with your own to improve your homeschool in 2018.
– Get up to 70% off on overstocks, returns, sample sets, dinged items, and out of print curriculum until 1/14.
– So the homeschool year is not even half over, yet you’ve hit a wall. Your homeschool spirit has dropped its pompons and left the field.. Don’t worry, this feeling is common to new homeschoolers and veteran homeschoolers alike.
– This website will help improve typing skills with speed tests. The free typing tests measure speed and accuracy and are broken down by skill and grade level.
FREE Language Arts Resources
– This popular, free homeschool curriculum is so pretty and well put together. You get the first 5 levels for FREE!
– These great, free language arts posters will help your student remember the 8 parts of speech.
– Poetry is one of those subjects kids either love or hate. It is also a difficult one for many homeschool parents to teach. However, an easy place to start is with copywork.
– Includes subject worksheets, planning pages, resource list, and more.
– Favorite Winter themed poems to study, along with free printables, resources, and ideas.
Homeschool History & Geography FREE Resources
– This Famous People Mini Quiz Pack explores the lives of Nathaniel Hawthorne, James Fenimore Cooper, Washington Irving, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, four famous American authors.
– Take a travel back to Colonial America in the New Year. Get free resources on the 13 colonies with informational passages for your student to learn from.
Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources
– Get tips and tricks for high school years that may help you through it all – includes free printable tools.
– In the middle school and high school years it is important to find good quotes and passages that keep our students interested in what they are reading and copying. I love this copywork packet from In All You Do. It inclues 25 quotes from The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien and will be much loved by Tolkien fans.
– Investigate the world of atoms and molecules through hands-on inquiry-based activities and molecular model animations.
– Have you been thinking about learning how to quilt? Maybe your teen is interested in sewing and learning more sewing skills, quilting is really fun and addicting. A quilting class would be a great addition to a DIY Home-Ec elective class for high school as well.
FREE Early Learning Resources
Here are some thoughts on sight words!
– Hands-on learning is the most important way that a child learns, this is especially important to early math skills.
– You and your preschooler will find that this handwriting practice is super useful.
– Are you teaching your preschoolers how to sort and count?
– FREE printables and educational activity ideas for teaching young learners.
– Teaching your children how to write can be a little frustrating at times. Use this freebie to help you.
Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives
– Engineering is such a fun Science subject to teach. If you have a child that loves to build things and create things they will love learning about engineering.
– Neat nature study printables, unit studies, books and ideas to create your own Desert themed nature study, even if you don’t live anywhere near a desert climate.
– This unit study gives you lots of fun hands-on activities that are themed to Around the World in 80 Days.
FREE Science & Math Resources
– This resource is cool, because it teaches the integumentary system via a nonfiction reading comprehension article.
– This printable 76-Page Density Interactive Notebook Bundle is absolutely free, and is written with the upper elementary and middle school student in mind!
– This free, printable book is printed on an 8 1/2 x 11 inch piece of paper, so when it’s folded down, it’s just the right size for young hands!
FREE Character-Building Resources
– My favorite part of doing preschool with my little ones is our daily Bible time together. It is so sweet to watch them learn about some amazing Bible stories and famous people in the Bible. I love finding coloring pages and books to go along with what we are studying.
– I am so glad to share with you these FREE printables to help your children (and you!) memorize Scripture.
– From now through Jan. 10th, you can save 30% on the brand new Character Copywork.
– Its never too early to begin planting God’s Word into the hearts of children. These free printablt Bible Packs will help you get started.
– This training will help you develop a practical Biblical discipline plan in your mission to raise healthy, responsible kids. You’ll not only understand why—you’ll have practical tools to make it work.
Homeschool & Homemaking Encouragement
5 Resolutions – Using the Instant Pot to Achieve Them – Trying to eat better this year? How about budget better? This is a great list of 5 New Year’s resolutions and how the Instant Pot can help with them ALL!
– Use code HOUSE30 to get 30% off the (reg. $20). Through 1-12-18, if you purchase the , you get the new Simple Chore System for Busy Moms FREE! (Reg $10)
– Learn how you can put your homeschool mom skills to work and earn extra money to help support your family.
– How many of us want to just declutter our whole home in the New Year?! It’s hard to make that first step. This post will help you out.
– Learn how we save over $600 bucks a month on health insurance.
– What parent doesn’t dream of organization? These hacks make it possible for even the most unorganized person.
– After Christmas and New Years, is a great time to organize all the toys you might have in your home. Your children may have gotten new toys this Christmas, which we hope means older ones can go.
– If you have never followed a meal plan, they are wonderful for so many reasons – saving money, saving time and just to have a plan in place on those busy nights.
Creative and Crafty Fun
– Does your daughter’s American Girl Doll need some sprucing up? If so, you have to check out these super cool ideas for DIY American Doll crafts and clothing.
– Whether your homeschool goes year-round or you are starting a new homeschooling year after the holidays, these back to school crafts will give you a great start or provide you with new ideas.
– Here are six practical uses for your wood ash, the remains left from a night ’round the fire.
– Here’s a lovely way to preserve your children’s precious artwork! It looks like it would be a complicated process, but it’s really not.
– I know this is totally strange, but this could be a great survival skill! Bacon. I love that stuff, and I love it even more now that I know how to make a bacon fat candle.
– Don’t toss them – re-purpose them!
Carrie has been homeschooling for over a decade and loves to share FREE homeschooling resources, deals, and reviews over at . You can find homeschool freebies, free homemaking resources, meal plans, free unit studies, and much more.