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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (37 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

– Are you planning on going on a trip? Do you need a place to map out all the arrangements? Is you answered yes then this is a printable that you will love!

– As homeschooling families, you have the privilege of teaching your kids what they actually need. However, sometimes we lack direction when it comes to teaching life skills to our kids. Check out these heloful guidelines and tips.

– Using these tips can help parents decide when is the best time to let their kids have a smartphone.

– Looking for a way to guide your kids toward gratitude amidst all the busyness of the upcoming holidays? This fun freebie offers a sweet scavenger hunt that gives families a fun way to spend time giving thanks together. I hope this resource helps you make a fun family memory this holiday season!

– These inspiring illustrated biographies are perfect for young middle-grade readers. Grab FREE unit studies for each person in the series that includes writing prompts, extension activities, and more!

– Children need the opportunity to experience what you’re teaching them to truly understand. That’s why field trips are a great way to make their education come to life!

– A FREE web class created for and by home educating Parents-Educators. It teaches how to effectively plan Structure-Free, Child-Led and Long-Term Home Education in less than 15 minutes a week.

– Are you exploring the idea of having your child join a co-op? Are you in a co-op and want to try new ways that work? Check out these five Charlotte Mason methods that work best with co-op groups.

– We would love for you to get to know , as they bring your homeschool studies to a whole new level for non-creative and craft-hating moms.

FREE Early Learning Resources

– This FREE write the room activity is a super fun way for kindergarten kids to practice CVC words with the short “a” vowel.

– The FREE Nursery Rhymes sequence puzzles include Humpty Dumpty, Hey Diddle Diddle, Itsy Bitsy Spider, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Jack and Jill, and Three Blind Mice.

– This freebie has free handwriting worksheets, with bird-related vocabulary words perfect for your kids.

– If you are unsure where to begin, then take a moment to read this great insight to teach reading to your child.

– The Very Hungry Caterpillar Printable book will make it easy and fun for kids to learn to write and recognize color and number names. It also doubles up as a cool coloring book.

– If your child is struggling with their handwriting, it is OK to just go back to the basics. These free beginning handwriting printables are great for practice or for this just learning how to write.

– This ending sound activity freebie is something to add to your arsenal to help your kiddos read more fluently. These fun end sound clip cards are non-threatening and fun.

– “Hooked on Phonics works for me!” Who hasn’t heard that famous tagline before? Whenever I see or hear “Hooked on Phonics”, it immediately springs to mind. However, as a homeschool Mom, I had honestly never considered this program as a “homeschool reading curriculum option.” Click here to read my review!

FREE Language Arts Resources

– These writing prompts for November will encourage thoughtful daily journaling for your homeschoolers.

– Check out these super helpful do’s and don’ts of teaching handwriting to your kiddos.

– This lap book and mini-study on literary genres is a great way for students to begin to learn about the world of literature.

Science & Math Resources

– These free circus-themed conversion worksheets will help your kids understand measurement and conversion.

– Don’t miss out on Apologia Science’s 20+ page e-Book that’s packed with science information and activities for all ages.

– If you are running a Montessori homeschool, then you will love these 30+ Montessori math activities for preschool and kindergarten.

– Are you struggling with teaching your kids their addition facts? Maybe you wish there was a chart or cheat sheet to help with all the different ways to add numbers. This free printable addition facts chart will help your kids with their fluency by using the tips.

– Understanding the scientific method can get complicated if the right tools aren’t in place. There are many possible things to forget, it can get frustrating for teachers and students. Why not give anxious students a head start with these How to Use the Scientific Method worksheets?

– Do your children prefer notebooking and unit studies instead of the traditional textbook? Maybe you are looking to customize and create your own Science unit, if so, then these printables will come in quite handy!

FREE Upper Grade Resources

– Challenge your students to think critically about history with these essay questions. A brief overview of five major events and topics of the 1880s.

– Homeschooling high school kids sounds really intimidating to me. However, this post explains how to homeschool high school with online college courses to help you and your kids get through.

– These Reformation homeschool resources are perfect for middle and high school kids to learn more about the Protestant Reformation.

FREE Unit Study Resources

– This fun and free multiple age Pond Unit Study and lapbook is all you will need to study ponds in your homeschool.

– If you’re looking for some adorable crafts to help you decorate this year or make after Thanksgiving dinner while others are watching football (or napping), check these out!

Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

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– You can get your kids writing and talking about artists with these free artist study worksheets. This is a simple way to connect writing, art vocabulary, art history, and personal connections to art work in one study.

Character-Building Resources

– As the homeschool year progresses, the excitement of new curriculum begins to unravel and wear off. Plus, the fall season can be incredibly stressful with more activities bloating the schedule, holiday festivities are looming, and of course, extra expenses can blow anyone’s budget!

– Ready to get a jump on the holiday season? Here’s a great resource not to be missed! The Story of Advent Printable Pack is available for free, but only for a limited time.

– Spruce up your decor with these simple yet pretty Thanksgiving prints.

– How can we not give the first fruits of our time to the one who graced us to open our eyes? It is really easy to say, isn’t it?

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.

HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (34 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

– Goals can help you stay focused on a task, give you something to work toward and can help you iron out a foolproof plan. Here are some amazing worksheets that will help you map out your goals and get started making dreams a reality.

– We want to put your emoji knowledge to the test with our children’s song emoji quiz.

– These planner pages have 12 undated months, weekly and vertical planners, and the option to pick either a Sunday or Monday start.

– Check out these tips on how to save money on your family’s mobile phone plan.

– This post covers 7 different homeschooling methods and it offers a free Homeschool Styles QUIZ for parents to see if their current method is the best for them or if they need to look into another one.

– If you are finding it difficult to manage your homeschooling resources, then stop by this post for insight on how to keep good track of all your homeschool links and digital files.

– High school can be scary for middle school kids and parents alike. Check out these ways to earn high school credit to help ease some of your stress.

– It is a big deal to find FREE fun things to do with your homeschool. Check out these 10 fun and absolutely free things to do with your kiddos this year.

– Avoid the homeschool slump and burn out this year!

Early Learning Resources

– There are awesome ways to easily have students create the alphabet display for your homeschool.

– Grab these free flannel board pumpkin face cards this season while visiting your community pumpkin patch.

– This list of 18 things will help you learn what to focus on for your 6-year-old’s Charlotte Mason lessons.

– These free printables will help your kiddos trace and write the alphabet and numbers to 10.

– This fun, hands on math collection uses candy corn pieces to practice counting, addition and measurement.

– Phonics Dominoes is a fantastic way to practice word-building and decoding skills. Check out this FREE game sheet download.

Language Arts Resources

– Teach your children latin root words with this free printable pack.

– In this digital age, it is so easy to just grab the computer and do a quick search. But, there may come a time when a computer isn’t readily available and our kids need to know how to use a dictionary. Try these free printables to help your kids do some practice searching!

Science & Math Resources

– Are you looking for fun resources to go alongside your Solar System lessons this year? Stop by here for plenty of free solar system songs and educational videos for a variety of ages in your homeschool.

– Learning math requires practice, and making mistakes is part of the process. Learn how to use mistakes to master math.

– You can encourage your children to keep a nature journal with this free printable for all four seasons of the year.

– These 52 STEM activities, projects, and challenges include science, technology, engineering, and math for your homeschool lessons.

– Read this post on how to teach multiplication in a way that kids can remember and understand.

– Introducing fractions to kids can be a challenging task, but with logically hands-on practice, the learning can go more smoothly. The task cards come in three levels of difficulty for a variety of ages to use.

– You will love these FREE nature study notebook printables.

History & Geography Resources

– This freebie will help you teach this topic with free homeschool unit study and free lapbook on the travels of Marco Polo from 1274 – 1292.

– Test your knowledge of the history of France with this free printable card game. All thirty-two questions include two levels of difficulty, so it’s perfect for middle school or high school.

Unit Study Resources

– Check out these nature study games to bring a little fun into your homeschool regardless of how cold it is outside.

– If you are looking for geography or science unit study topics, why not try teaching your homeschool about the animals of the Galapagos Islands?

Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– Study several popular hymns in your homeschool.

– Check out these worksheets, coloring pages, and notebooking pages to use with your composer studies.

– Study about famous artists with these free artist study printables.

Character-Building Resources

– These Thanksgiving thankfulness free printable cards will help your family be intentional about thinking of why we should be grateful for all God has given us.

– There are specific things parents can do to nurture a child that leans towards the negative in most situations.

– This freebie can help teach kids to give thanks to the Lord with an easy craft and a fun activities.

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.