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 .
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Language Arts Resources
– Using narration in your homeschool is a wonderful evaluation tool for reading; which requires much thinking and assimilating on the student’s part.
– Children understand fiction stories the best, but some readers still struggle with being able to retell a story. This FREE printable pack will help your students to understand the beginning, middle and end of the story without having to retell every.single.detail.
– Students will use the pages to brainstorm, fill in the information, follow instructions to improve writing, put draft in order using the information collected, and finally use the checklist to create an excellent final draft.
– Use this FREE DIY Book Report Kit with your elementary students and build good reading habits while teaching them the basics of book reports. Includes 4 pages of graphic organizers, question prompts, illustration boxes, and more.
Homeschool History & Geography FREE Resources
– It’s a Small World Unit Study teaches children about all the seven continents of the Earth. The unit study exposes students to a world that is bigger than they can imagine, but smaller than they think.
– This is part of the Canadian History Series. Create a map of the province, make a timeline of its history, and explore more of the province’s past with writing prompts.
Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources
– The Middle School years can be very difficult for our tweens and teens socially. In the homeschooling community it can be hard to get our kids connected as they may be shy or nervous to meet other teens.This will give you some inspiration.
– Plan Your High School Electives is a 3 step process of research, conversations with your teen, and a narrowing down of choices and how you will fulfill them.
– Some of the best memories of homeschooling, is cuddling up on the couch with my little ones and good literature. It doesn’t have to stop once they get older though.
– Help your middle and high schooler learn about biblical character through this one-of-a-kind Character Study based on C.S. Lewis’ famous book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
– Good writing prompts can get creative ideas flowing and the imagination working. Jump start your writing prompts for the rest of the year.
FREE Early Learning Resources
– Crafts can be overwhelming for moms that don’t feel like they are very crafty or creative. I am excited to share this new series with you!
– Fairy Tales are alot of fun to study with your little ones. The stories are familiar and engaging and there are so many creative ideas of crafts and books and movies to go with each one.
– Learning about keeping your teeth clean and teeth health is very important. This is a great lesson that you can teach when you are learning about community helpers and dentists.
– Don’t miss out on this preschool graduation printable that makes a treasured keepsake for years to come.
– You can impart the gift of a heart of memorized Scripture to your child, and you can start when they are small! This ABC Bible Memory Verse Pack makes it easy.
– Be prepared for Spring with this free Spring preschool learning pack.
– Preschoolers will love working through this Butterflies Preschool/PreK Pack as they welcome the new season.
General Homeschool Resources
– There are so many LEGO activity ideas out there for your kids to explore.
– A slow, laggy computer is not ideal for creating learning resources or enhancing your kids’ learning experience. Learn how to keep your computers and devices clean and running properly.
– If you are looking for ways to have family time, even if you are stuck in doors, this will give you some really cool ideas.
– Origami is a paper art craft that is really fun to learn about when you are studying about the Japanese culture.
– Telling time is a tricky concept, and kids need all the practice they can get! Your child can practice analog and digital time-telling with this delightful printable.
Valentine’s Day Resources
– Check out the sweetest printables and ideas that will have you and your children making the most heartfelt Valentine’s treats with printable scriptures.
– Get ready for your Valentine’s Day or friendship day celebrations!
– Take a look at these Valentine Coloring Book Pictures you can print. They are great for preschool or even kindergarten age.
Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives
– If you have an art lover at home, these 25 art projects inspired by famous Post-Impressionism artists will be a hit. The art projects are inspired by Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, and Paul Cezanne.
– Creating your own Mona Lisa parody is a memorable art project for your homeschool art history lesson plans. Combine this activity with research about Leonardo DaVinci, and your kids will rank up in art connoisseur status.
– Leonardo Da Vinci is a famous artist and scientist from the Renaissance and Middle Ages time period. Not only did he create some amazing masterpieces, he was also a famous scientist who was a pioneer in the medical field, and an amazing inventor during the Renaissance.
FREE Science & Math Resources
– This landforms freebie contains 20 landform posters with illustrations and definitions, two matching activities.
– Every child loves little projects and experiments. When you’re young, it’s fun to get your hands dirty and make a mess, right? So here are over fifty totally awesome STEAM projects that are perfect keeping your kids’ minds and hands busy.
– Check out this list of free homeschool videos, printables and more that you can use to teach a unit study on biomes.
– This free Earth Science Lapbook comes with a free downloadable middle school science book. Using online science tools like these in homeschooling is perfect for those of us who can’t afford actual textbooks.
– This interactive notebook provides your homeschool with dividing fractions examples and give them a chance to practice.
– This test prep activity incorporates both measurement and graphing (line plot) to keep your learners engaged.
– Whether used as a quiz or just a fun, additional lesson, use these FREE Math practice worksheets for grades 2-6 to review your child’s math skills.
FREE Character-Building Resources
– The Biblical Feasts book is available in print for $8.99, but you can download the e-book for free! There are 131 pages, and it’s perfect for individual or group study. What a lovely way to study God’s Word together as a family!
– Kids can come up with some pretty difficult questions sometimes. Learn how to turn these moments into teaching moments.
– This free downloadable Proverbs 31 Woman devotional takes you step by step and verse by verse to growing as a mother, wife and woman.
– Take a look at the Bible Brick Challenge plans for kids that help teach the most important thing – God’s Word – with such a fun and educational tool!
– If we want to lead our kids to Jesus, then we have to get into God’s Word with them.
– If you are looking for ways to use timelines while teaching the Bible to your homeschool, then these 200+ printable timeline cards from Creation through the Resurrection will work perfectly.
– Juggling homeschooling and working from can a big challenge. Find encouragement here.
– My children have always struggled with this. FInd out how to help them improve in this much needed skill.
– Are you burned out in your homeschool? Consider this new way of planning your homeschool year.
– It’s easy to lose sight of what’s really important when we are home educating our children.
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.