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 extensive list of resources for dyslexic families.
– This is a must-have list for digital learners. Discover cloud-based applications for creating graphics, video, infographics, timelines, maps and more.
– Pi Day is just around the corner. On 3.14 (March 14th), math and science nerds, and many homeschoolers celebrate this fun and quirky day someway.
– I promise, you’re going to love these ideas! They’re easy to understand, and there is a video that explains everything. It will bring peace of mind and a sense of calm to your homeschool organization!
– If your family loves LEGOs, check out this list of homemade LEGO table hacks to make the most of your LEGO playing area.
FREE History & Geography Resources
– Whether you’ve visited the state, plan to visit or live close enough to explore on a weekend, it is always fun to learn more about the different states.
– 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.
– If you are looking for resources to use along with your Geography studies this year, these free printable lapbooks will go along with your lessons perfectly.
– As homeschoolers we incorporate maps into nearly EVERYTHING!
– If you like to save money and put things together yourself, or are on a tight budget, you may be searching for some free printables to go along with your history spine.
Language Arts Resources
– This 20-page printable pack contains graphics organizers, cheat sheets, and other language arts helps.
– Although we have Google, Siri, Alexa, etc. at the tip of our fingertips when we need to know any tidbit of information, it is still important to teach our children dictionary skills.
– Quick Change Adjectives to Adverbs offers several pages of simple activities to help improve student grammar.
– Included in this FREEBIE: Vocabulary Definition Lists, Sentence Building, Graphic Organizers, Word Maps, & More!
– This ‘types of sentences’ interactive grammar notebook FREEBIE is a great way to implement grammar and language arts standards for primary students.
FREE Early Learning Resources
– A perfect blend of Charlotte Mason and Classical education, this free preschool curriculum includes step-by-step guidance in curating the best educational experiences as you treasure this time with your preschooler.
– These low prep games are a great place to start teaching blends to your homeschool.
– .If you are studying bugs in your homeschool you will love these fun worksheets.
– Are you ready to start your child on the road to reading success? Print awareness is a wonderful first step!
– Download 20 Nursery Rhyme full-color posters. Each poster is an original design.
– This free printable emergent reader book, “When I Grow Up”, is a great way to learn about community helpers and occupations while practicing sight words.
– These fine motor writing practice warm-up sheets provide children with pre-writing practice as well as exercise of small motor control to build dexterity.
– This printable numeracy activity was created to use alongside the science statements in Units 3 and 4 in but can be used for a variety of ages by any bird-lover and are the perfect compliment to any bird unit study!
Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources
– We want our teens to learn responsibility and we need to teach them how to be organized and how to stay on task to get all of their work and assignments done. Sometimes our teens will fail, and that is okay.
– I love finding fun STEM activities for my older students to get them excited about the STEM field and experiment with different types of science activities.
– The world is changing. Now more than ever, we want to equip our students to be critical thinkers and effective communicators. Learn how we can teach our children to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they engage with the world of ideas.
– If you have a highschooler that is considering college there are a lot of things that you need to start working and preparing towards in order to get them ready.
– Organization is an amazing life skill that we need to teach our highschoolers.
– Random writing prompts are exciting and bring out the imagination, however writing prompts about subjects in history can really stretch your teenager’s abilities.
FREE Science & Math Resources
– This easy to play equivalent fractions game will give your kids a chance to familiarize themselves with fractions in a fun way.
– This simple, low prep, adorable activity will be a hit with your unicorn loving girls.
– Have your kids try this super fun STEM activity using recyclables and other basic materials in this mystery bag STEM building challenge with free printable STEM challenge cards.
– Use this for easy referenece when studying the Periodic Table of Elements.
– If your child is getting curious about the body and it’s functions, this free activity to label the human skeleton will be perfect.
– This STEM Challenge is made for kids as they engineer a foosball table with players competing on two teams. It’s a perfect team building project with students choosing between building the playing field, the players, or decorating the model.
Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives
– Wondering what picture study is all about and the benefits of it? Check this out and grab some freebies!
– Are you wanting to incorporate more poetry into your homeschool? There are so many different ways that you can do this, there really is no wrong way to teach poetry
– Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest painters of the 20th century and is considered a Modern Era artist. Learn more about him with these FREE artist study resources.
FREE Character-Building Resources
– If you are looking for a more intentional approach to your prayer life, then these tips for time with God and free 2018 prayer guide will help.
– Use this packet of praise scripture memory verse printables to get into God’s Word with your family.
– If you are working on memorizing Psalm 23 in your homeschool you will love this fun, free game.
FREE Seasonal/Holiday Resources
– The easy-to-teach lesson helps prepare students for Easter by listening to music which talks of the death and resurrection of Jesus. Listen to hymns, praise songs, and even the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah. All videos are included. Also, download the free 4-page printable pack to go along with this 15-Minute Music Lesson for Good Friday and Easter Sunday:
– Kids will enjoy these Easter Letter Find printable sheets! They can be filled out with dot markers, q-tips with paint, finger-paint or regular coloring utensils.
– Start celebrating our Hope with your children by coloring these free, printable Easter bookmarks.
– This pack is full of learning activities that focus on the alphabet and counting from 1-20. There are also coloring pages and mazes for extra fun!
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