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.
General Homeschool Resources
– Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you are looking for a frugal way to participate in a Valentine’s card exchange, check these free cards out.
– Here are 101 free printables for kids. We’re talking about printables for pretend play, drawing and coloring pages, crafts, games, and activities. Each one is adorable and will bring a smile to your child’s face.
– Take advantage of the thrill of the Olympics to teach your children the geography and history of the host country – South Korea.
– Magnets are so much fun and can keep kids busy for hours.
– Need an easy way to plan your homeschooling day? Tired of losing track of your days, not getting enough done and just plain tired of always forgetting what you had to get done this week? Try this pretty printable planner to get your homeschool thoughts out onto paper.
– Want some free Valentine’s Day activities to enjoy with your family?
– Every mom should have these library hacks and tips under her belt.
– Over 20 recommended movies that are related to history and Christianity. Each one has a brief synopsis so that you can assess if it’s a good fit for your family!
– This free offer contains 16 homeschooling unit studies, lapbooks, notebooking units, and more will end on 2/9/18.
Language Arts Resources
– This bundle includes a total of 480 writing and essay prompts to inspire both elementary and teen students for an entire calendar year!
– Your precious little one will enjoy these fairy themed handwriting manuscripts.
– Writer’s Brick is a new monthly writing contest for children grades K-8th grade.
Homeschool History & Geography FREE Resources
– This Famous People Mini Quiz Pack explores the lives of Sir Isaac Newton, James Bradley, Robert Hooke, and Edmond Halley, four famous astronomers.
– This freebie is a great review for your unit on the American Revolution. It is short and simple, yet holds good summaries of the main reasons the American Revolution began.
Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources
– This is a program for anyone looking to have a better understanding of how business works. Get a MASSIVE discount now through then end of February.
– Tweens could really use some things to keep them occupied, and these 24 cool crafts and skills to learn will do just that.
– Writing prompts are a great way to let your teens think out of the box and get some simple, daily writing in place.
– This is great for any teen who wants to be challenged to read with a variety. This is such a fun idea, and there are some really interesting book choices that will get even the reluctant readers excited about trying new things.
– If you have teens that are needing to learn leadership skills, you will want to check out this great podcast.
– Grab 100 FREE Writing Prompts from History for Teens today! From the Byzantines to the FBI, take your writing – and knowledge of history – a step further with these writing prompts from history.
FREE Early Learning Resources
– Don’t throw away those broken crayons!
– Use these 65+ sight word printables and activities to help your beginning reader.
– Are you looking for activities to go along with your Hungry Caterpillar book? This flap book craft and free template will be super fun for your young ones.
Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives
– Do you use Netflix as a part of your homeschool?
– These 30 free genealogy sites can help you search your roots. Do you know where your ancestry is from?
– Keep handy, this free incredible resource list for homeschool music field trips to take in your state.
– Love unit studies? Grab several for free, no purchase necessary! Learn about Ecuador, study famous inventions, create a lapbook on Colonial America, and organize your unit studies with a FREE planner!
– Music and Movement is a vital part to an early childhood education. Children love dancing and playing to songs. If you are looking to incorporate some fun music and movement to your homeschool days check out this free scarf routine.
– If you enjoy learning about different artists in your homeschool you will love this series on famous artists. John James Audobon is a favorite among nature lovers.
FREE Science & Math Resources
– From preschool to fifth grade, there are over 1,400 free, printable worksheets at your disposal!
– There are so many symbols to memorize…does your child get overwhelmed? If so, they’re going to love these free, printable Geometry Symbols Memory Game.
– If your child happens to like reptiles or amphibians, then he/she will love these fun coloring pages.
– If your kids need some extra math practice they will love these free printable math worksheets.
– This freebie can help you enjoy teaching rocks in your homeschool.
– This Apple Oxidation science experiment comes with free science reading activities.
– These free activities cover multiple levels of perimeter and area problems, including finding basic perimeter and area, finding missing side lengths, story problems, and multi-part problems.
FREE Character-Building Resources
– These free, printable Bible Tabs are just the thing to keep your time moving. No more fumbling and hunting around looking for Nehemiah or Hebrews, and you’ll be looking at these little tabs that will put a smile on your face!
– Anger comes in many shapes and sizes – even among Christian parents. Identify which kind of angry mom you are with this short quiz.
Homeschool & Homemaking Encouragement
– Many moms already use and have a system for redeeming coupons, but for those of you who don’t, you re going to love this.
– Save time in the kitchen with freezer meals.
– These bathroom organization hacks can invigorate the look of your bathroom.
– Learn these 10 homemaking skills to make your life easier.
– All of us can use a little help with being more productive around our home.
– Save time and money (and use healthier ingredients) when you make up these spice packs.
– These recipes are sure to delight your family.
– If you have a large family, this can help assist you in creating a system that works best for you and your loved ones.
– If you’re looking for some delicious meals for Valentine’s Day, don’t miss these fun recipes!
Creative and Crafty Fun
– Needle felting is such a fun and creative craft. It is also perfect to make for gifts! Have you been wondering how to get started in Needle Felting?
– There’s just something about having a crafting frame of mind that tricks you into keeping every little piece of rubbish. Get it all organized with these tips.
– Rock art and crafts have been all the rage for some time, but has your homeschool made or used story stones?
– I am so excited to try out one of these coffee station DIY ideas.
– If you are using store-bought makeup remover pads, you’re spending too much! Make these DIY Homemade Makeup Remover Pads for a fraction of the cost.
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.