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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (41 freebies!)

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

– Check out this set of free flashcards for learning the American Sign Language alphabet.

– Sign up for five free internet-based homeschool lessons.

– If your family loves emojis, then check out this list of 11 do-it-yourself emoji crafts you will want to make a.s.a.p.

– Pi Day is March 14th, and we love finding fun things to do with our homeschool group like getting a free slice of pizza pie, or a free slice of pie at a local bakery.

– This freebie set talks about how to use 3-part cards and it comes with Butterfly Skip Counting 2s 3-part cards, Simple Machine Science Projects: Screws {Printable 3-Part Cards}, Gardening Ideas for Kids – 3-Part Cards and Montessori Holiday Activities for Kids ~ Printable 3-Part Cards.

– Your children will love this activity that is easy for even the most non-crafty mom – perfect for a fun birthday party.

Language Arts Resources

– Use this free printable comprehension book list to find some books for working on comprehension strategies or skills with your learners.

– This is a free and fun project to make phonics minibooks on consonant digraphs.

– This is a cute interactive way for your children to independently log their reading times.

– Because there are literally MILLIONS of books to choose from- how do we know which ones are the BEST for our family? Here’s a helpful (and FREE!) resource.

– The Good and the Beautiful provides a Charlotte Mason approach for home educators. to read two different homeschool mom’s personal reviews for the Good and the Beautiful’s History Curriculum and Language Arts & Literature.

FREE History & Geography Resources

– Are you learning about the 50 States and US History in your homeschool? This free printable pack can help enhance your studies of the states.

– Help your homeschool learn about Ancient Egyptian Monuments with these free printable monument cards.

– If your homeschool or child is struggling with American History, check out these suggestions that may help them interested and motivated to learn more.

Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources

– This Famous People Printable Pack explores the lives of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Sarah Orne Jewett, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, and Louisa May Alcott, four famous female American authors.

– Do you have a teen that will be driving soon? If so, you may be thinking about how you can teach driver’s ed in your homeschool. Driver’s Ed is a great way for your kids to learn the rules of the road, and be prepared to take their drivers test.

FREE Early Learning Resources

– Preschoolers love doing crafts, but sometimes doing lots of crafts can get expensive. 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 that is EASY on mom!

– Your little one will love this activity. It is a fun activity that reinforces cutting skills and makes fine motor practice fun.

– The folder includes printables with Number Words (1-20, then by tens to one hundred, thousand, and million), b and d letter reversal reminder (using the image and word bed), Color Words, an Alphabet & Phonics Sound Chart – for consonants, short vowels (in red), and digraphs, Sight Words, Handwriting Visuals, Days of the Week, Months of the Year, 2D Shape Names, 3D Shape Names and U.S. Coin Names.

– Easy-to-assemble animal craft for every letter of the alphabet. Each craft also includes helpful teaching tips that are designed to support important pre-reading skills.

– Practicing number formation and writing will be fun with these Number Trace and Draw pages. Each page includes a visual with number formation, motor skill practice, number tracing on handwriting lines, and a picture to draw.

– Alice in Wonderland is such a classic story that is so much fun for little ones.

– These sight words flash cards will help your homeschool students to memorize a few of the most often appearing words. They will help begin the process of putting sentences together.

– The Gentle + Classical Preschool has been designed for the busy Mama (that’s YOU) who loves both the philosophies of Charlotte Mason and Classical education with a little Montessori thrown in- and wants to implement those as early as can be fruitful.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– These worksheets are color by letter/color by sight word coloring pages that will make learning fun. The kids will not even know that they are doing something educational.

– Now that Spring is fast approaching, check out these 25 amazing sidewalk chalk recipes and activities that your kids are sure to love

– This listening and observation unusual instrument lesson plan will peak your music loving homeschool’s interests. There are some truly amazing videos of crazy, weird, unusual and wacky instruments on Youtube that are perfect for your music lover to learn about.

– These simple and fun sewing projects for kids are just adorable.

– If you are a Charlotte Mason homeschooler you will see that studying artists go along great with this style of education. This week we are learning about Mary Cassatt with free resources, printables and unit studies.

FREE Science & Math Resources

– Don’t miss out on these bright and colorful scientific method posters for your homeschool to decorate and educate!

– Kids will love these awesome Bug Notebooking Pages! It is a fun free printable.

– Could your gradeschooler use some help with learning fractions? If so, you can build this Fraction Flip Book with your students as a reference tool.

– Try something different for your science lesson this year with a Montessori inspired study on sharks.

– I love finding fun STEM style activities that will get my little ones excited about learning. I think I have found one of the cutest engineering challenges ever.

– This useful freebie includes 18 colorful word cards for vocabulary related to a science unit on animal adaptations. These cards contain definitions, as well as illustrations relating to the featured words.

– This freebie explains what clouds are and shows the different types of clouds and their names. There is also a free printable poster that explains the different cloud types.

– Your homeschool can make rock cycle fudge while learning the different processes of the rock cycle. This activity is great for both primary and middle school kids.

FREE Character-Building Resources

– 10 ideas that can replace screen time in your home.

– This unique books of the bible clothespin game makes learning the books of the bible super easy for kids and teens. It would also work great in your Sunday School, children’s ministry, homeschool, or family devotions.

– Help your kids be at peace with one another!

Get this helpful downloadable FREEBIE: “5 Time Management Strategies for the Homeschool Mom”!

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.

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