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 Homeschooling Freebies:
– Are you a Charlotte Mason homeschooler? This FREE printable planner will help you not only become more organized, but also keep track of everything you want to teach in your CM classroom.
– Whether you are homeschooling multiple children or just one, it can be difficult to track who has done which subjects each day. Use this FREE simple sheet to help you track everything with one glance!
– Help your children develop problem solving skills to help them become better thinkers, perform better in math and in many other areas of life. This FREE ebook is a fun way to encourage them.
– Every month, you can receive a brand new set of planners as well as holiday and seasonal printables. Febraury’s theme is Love, Family and Peace. Don’t miss them!
– If your kids love space and aliens, they will love sharing these FREE Space themed Valentine’s Day cards with their friends and family!
– Let them choose what they want to learn! It may sound contradictory, but these FREE printables help them not only track their learning, but involve them in the planning process.
– Explore and learn something new each day during the month of February with this FREE Learning Days Calendar.
– Unit studies are a great way for homeschoolers to combine multiple subjects together on one topic. But how do you plan one? And how do you know it’s good? These FREE planning pages will help!
Science & Nature Study Freebies
– Do you experience earthquakes? Are your children curioius about them? This FREE Research Journal, printables and resources are a great way to introduce them to your children.
– Do your kids ever ask why they have the same color eyes as you, but different hair color? Or why they don’t look like their sibling? Dive in the world of DNA with this FREE ebook and help them learn why!
– Are you learning about polar bears? These FREE coloring pages show the different stages of a polar bear and offer different traceable words on each page.
– Do you know the differences in penguins? Kids can research and record the differences in penguins with these FREE printable notebooking pages. This set includes 120 pages of
– This notebooking research journal helps kids learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of seven muscular system diseases. By learning about what can go wrong with muscles, they can learn more about the jobs muscles do and what our bodies need to keep our muscles healthy.
Free Language Arts Resources:
– Do your kids know when and how to use punctuation marks? Do they know how to make them properly? These worksheets will help them learn when and how to use, as well as writing them properly.
– If your kids struggle with rhyming like mine, try making it fun with this FREE printable game! If you find them getting frustrated or just want some extra practice, try this printable game to help!
– Whether you do a morning devotional together as a family or allow your children to do them on their own, these FREE Scripture Copywork printables are a wonderful addition.
– My kids love reading, but hate losing their place. With these FREE bookmarks, they will love marking their place to come back later.
– If you’re working on hearing and counting syllables, this fun vegetable themed activity can help. Easily add a little spelling and science in the mix too!
– Do you find yourself at a loss for read-a-louds your kids will love? What about books that help improve vocabulary and language that builds fluency and comprehension? Check out this list of strong books that will give you months of lessons for kids grades 3-5.
– This FREE grammar resource covers: nouns (with plural, possessive, and plural possessive nouns), verbs (with irregular “to be” verbs), adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions & articles.
Early Learning Freebies
– Whether you’re taking a trip to the ice rink or have one in your backyard, little ones will love practicing their reading skills with these FREE Ice Skating Emergent Readers.
– If you’re little one wants to join in the learning fun, don’t miss these Preschool Chart Printables. Included in this set are FREE attendance, progress charts and schedules.
Free Math Resources:
– If your kids struggle with multiplication and division, try mixing it up a little with this FREE Roll and Write activity!
– You will discover several geometry concepts taught in grades K-9: circles, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, coordinate graphs, polygons, 3-d shapes, and more.
Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:
– Are your kids excited about the release of the third movie later this month? Make the most of their enthusiasm with this FREE movie study based on the second movie.
– Kids all over have anticipated the release of the second LEGO Movie this month. Gather their homeschool friends to watch the first movie and let them complete this fun movie study as some added learning!
– This 55-page unit study includes coloring pages, copywork and word searches for various levels. It would be a great addition to any unit on Mark Twain or to use along side some of his famous written works.
Older Student Freebies:
– Do you have an older child who struggles with reading? Introduce them to the world of Hi-Lo reading and not only encourage their reading interest, but also help them improve!
– Polynomials can be tricky when first introduced. They definitely take some practice. Make that practice more fun and hands-on with this FREE cut and paste activity.
– Help older students study Scripture while they color these FREE printable Bible verse coloring pages. There are 6 pages with varying degrees of intricate details.
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.