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Tag Archive: Educational Deals & Freebies
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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
– If you’ve been looking for a really convenient and visible way to plan your day, I think I have it for you!
– Check out some fantastic fall printables for kids to enjoy as we approach the most naturally colorful season of the year.
– Interested in knowing what sports stars were homeschooled?
– There may be some mistakes that homeschooling parents make that we wish we could have learned earlier or avoided altogether.
– Notebooking, Unit Studies, Copywork & More – $150+ Value
Early Learning Resources
– These three free “I Can Help” printable books are all about how kids can help around the home and in their neighborhoods.
– If homeschooling with a toddler seems a little harder than you originally thought, then these 6 tips may be just what you need.
– These trace and handwriting pages, for upper and lowercase letters, are great for handwriting practice.
– If you have a blossoming reader, you will want to download this fantastic tool for learning vowel sounds, blends, digraphs, and more.
– It is fun to teach your kids numbers and have them comprehend what they mean in different contexts. This FREE printable will help you.
Upper Grade Resources
– Check out three tips for homeschoolers that were put together after consulting with a few college admissions experts.
– This super mega post is filled with information for why and how a kid should learn to code.
– Test your knowledge of the history of New Zealand with this free printable card game.
– Is this this your child’s last year of middle school? Do you wonder if your child will be fully prepared for high school? If so, these essential skills to prepare your middle school student for high school will come in extremely handy throughout the year.
Science & Math Resources
– This printable set about the frog life cycle is so much fun (and educational)!
– This free science fair poster creation instruction sheet will be what your homeschooler will need to complete a great project.
– Are you looking for fun and easy ways for your homeschool to practice division? These FREE and simple division games using 1-2 digit divisors are exactly what you need.
– This missing factor Bingo multiplication challenge game will be a great supplement to your lessons.
– The free subtraction game includes free subtraction flash cards to help your child subtract the numbers 0-9 automatically.
Language Arts Resources
– It may seem intimidating, but before you say “no way”, check out these 5 good reasons to teach Shakespeare in your homeschool.
– Includes Vocabulary Definition Lists, Sentences Building, Graphic Organizers, Word Maps, & More!
– This is a ten-page freebie that teaches 3rd through 6th grade kids to identify the different forms of point of view. It includes a chart, posters, and handouts – plenty of material to give some support to the concept!
– If you have a new reader or have a child that you will be teaching to read, you will definitely want to check out these resources.
History & Geography Resources
– Check out this free game for learning the states!
– If your kids love comic books, but are struggling with history, then this freebie will be a hit.
– Free printables, unit studies, lapbooks, free Kindle books and more!
Unit Study Resources
– Have your kids been asking for an ant farm this year? These hands-on ant activities and free printable paper bag ant journal are perfect for a unit on ants.
– Check out these 12 ways to have fun with fall leaves.
Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives
– This free printable color wheel is a great place to introduce basic color theory and vocabulary.
– Your kids can have so much fun with this color mixing fall tree craft.
– This FREE Bible lesson on Noah and the flood is written with preschoolers in mind.
– If you could use some help with a chore chart system, you will love these freebies!
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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