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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (42 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

– Kids are super tech savvy, so you can’t go wrong with using an iPad for homeschooling. This post will help you discover key iPad features and apps that make home education fun for the kids and easier for parents.

– Grab this summer and beach themed Following Directions activity great for kindergarten to 2nd grader.

– You never quite know what response you’ll get when someone learns you’re a homeschooler. While sometimes these comments can definitely be hurtful, most of the time the best approach is to brush them off with a laugh. Have you ever heard any of these comments?

– Use this list of 40 fun summer activities for kids to help ward off boredom this summer.

– Read about some great ideas for keeping the learning going when you travel with kids.

– Read some useful insight on what to do first when you hit a wall in your homeschool.

– Learn how to effortlessly keep your children learning this summer with these 5 summer learning activities and ideas.

– These pages are a great resource for keeping track of curriculum, books, materials, and student goals. They will help you see the big picture and stay organized before the year even starts.

– Homeschool planning season is almost here and so, of course, you are going to need a new planner. This planner may be just what you are looking for. If not, have no fear there is also a template allowing you to create your own planner!!

– Get the popular Philosophy Adventure™ along with other Biblical worldview resources for a great deal.

FREE Early Learning Resources

– Check out this free printable choose your own alphabet chart to help your young learner with writing skills.

– Explore this roundup of resources for Montessori land, air, and water activities for your homeschool preschoolers.

– If you have a young one who is learning the various parts of their body and they need to work on their handwriting as well then this printable pack is for you.

– Help your homeschooler learn about animals with this free printable animal classification and sorting activity. The 20 animals in this activity are separated into four categories: fish, mammals, insects and birds.

– Grab your free printable symmetry drawing activity for preschool and kindergarten kids. This is a fun art and math activity that increases your child’s observation skills.

– Phonics reading passages help students drastically improve their literacy development. Use these free phonics-based reading passages for fluency, skill-based reading comprehension, vocabulary, and writing to last through the entire year.

Science & Math Resources

– These free chemistry worksheets will help students see physical and chemical changes in their everyday lives and in the lab.

– Grab this free printable bird watching bird log and craft idea to go alongside your nature study.

– Help your kids better understand fractions and fraction operations with area models.

– Are you getting ready to teach division? This interactive notebook can help.

– Teaching children times tables can be daunting! Let fun games help make it more enjoyable,

– Summer is a great time to teach about plants, and these free carnivorous plants notebooking pages can help. These notebooking pages also go alongside an easy hands-on science activity to help teach the unit.

– Help your young astronaut dig a little deeper with this fun outer space printable pack. Inside you will find handwriting sheets, labeled cards, pages for your young learner to label and more.

Includes: 109 Math Terms (in Alphabetical Order), Basic Terms (like Addition and Subtraction) to Pre-Algebra, Terms Copywork (Print + Cursive, generously spaced and sized to accommodate large handwriting), 10 Graphic Organizers, Blank ReusableWorksheet (Daily, Spiral Review), Quick Reference, & “Cheat Sheet” Full Glossary.

Language Arts Resources

– His writing took us from simple children’s poems to the adventures of Treasure Island and Kidnapped, but how much do you know about Robert Louis Stevenson and the world he lived in?

– Learn about life in the 1910s and 1920s through the hilarious antics of the Gilbreth family from the Cheaper by the Dozen book. The free unit study comes with a free printable unit study planner to download for keeping everything on track.

– Beautiful character building copywork, free for a limited time only!

– Before we can teach spelling in ways that work, we have to figure out what ways don’t work. This is a super infomrative post you will enjoy.

– Through the Spring and Summer, it can get difficult to keep kids interested in their school work. Check out these awesome printables to incorporate more seasonal and fun activities to keep your child’s interest, while sneaking in some much needed school time.

– This is a super handy guide to post in your school room for reference.

– a complete, 36-week vocabulary curriculum. This simple, straight-forward approach to vocabulary building is easy to use and encourages independent study. Now available for grades 1-7. Use code VOCABRELEASE2 now through 7/31/18 to save now.

History & Geography Resources

– Take your children on a notebooking adventure through the Colonial period with Living in Colonial Times – A Notebooking Journey. You will learn fun facts about what life was like and how things differed for children during this time in history.

– Check out these great free printables and resources to help your children learn the Constitution.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– Download a set of 3-part orchestra cards to supplement your child’s study of the orchestra.

– Notebooking has saved out homeschool more times than I can count. Have you ever tried it? Grab this massive FREE notebooking pages bundle!

– Add visual design projects to your lesson plans with this slideshow of 15 awesome projects your homeschoolers can make on their own.

– 41 resources for teaching foreign languages to your homeschoolers. These include foreign language curriculum for homeschoolers, free language learning websites, paid memberships, Skype foreign language tutors, and more.

FREE Character-Building Resources

– Learn to find joy and peace in your home again or for the first time! If you are longing for some community and help in your homemaking, then join us for this incredible online conference experience (it’s like attending an in-person conference but without the extra logistics and costs of doing so)!

– Learn how to develop a lifelong, written record of God’s faithfulness to answer your prayers.

– Don’t miss out on this list of the best family fun night ideas for your loved ones. Having specific days for fun nights or game nights is helpful in building family unity and giving you all something to work towards as a team.

– If you are looking for a creative way to teach your children the Christian flag pledge then this is it!

– The game is exactly like the traditional version of charades, but the topics are limited to subjects in the Bible. There are four categories in the game: people in the Bible, places in the Bible, things in the Bible, and events in the Bible.

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

– Check out how you can use Google Calendar as a free online homeschool planner.

– Have you taught your children fire safety yet? Grab a FREE unit on fire safety for preschool/kindergarten with a printable poster activity to leave by the phone.

– If you are planning for a road trip this summer or this year, here are 15 of the best audio books for families.

– Using online classes is an awesome alternative to traditional books or videos and a great opportunity when homeschooling teens.

– If you’re looking for some field trip ideas for homeschoolers, then these will surely help inspire a love of learning with your homeschool students and family. Grab the printable field trip list to help you in your planning and in getting ideas together.

– I love curriculum selection blog posts. I am always so curious as to what other homeschoolers are using with their children. Find out what we are using this year!

– This planning toolkit will help prevent and/or solve your homeschool burnout. You can plan ahead by filling out the pages for mom approved movies, crafts, activities, and much more.

– I love being able to customize my planner. I have used many homeschooling planners over the last decade and I have found that not one has been an absolute perfect fit for our homeschool. Look at this though – you can CUSTOMIZE your very own homeschool planner now!

Early Learning Resources

– My girls love crafts, so whenever I can find some that correspond with our studies, we use them. Here are 25 fun ocean crafts for kids.

– These free sentence building worksheets for your kindergarten and first grade students is a great supplement for your learner. The worksheets are no prep and contain skills practice for reading the sentence, writing the sentence and cutting and gluing the words in the correct order.

– I love finding ways to keep my kids busy during the summer that will keep them engaged and let them be creative without technology.

Science & Math Resources

– Use these awesome printables to teach children the Scientific Method in your homeschool. These resources are a great review for children learning to take the necessary steps when performing an experiment.

– This interactive planets flapbook is a perfect way to help your children not only learn about the planets but is also provides a great resource that they can use to reflect on all the various information provided about each planet.

– If your homeschoolers love superheroes, then they will love this fun skip counting superhero themed workbook.

– A list of over 80 homeschool science curriculum resources for your homeschool, including full curriculum, dvd science curriculum, online homeschool science courses, science unit studies, and other fun homeschool science curriculum supplements.

Language Arts Resources

– Bring elements of the HEAT method to your homeschool’s book talks with this free graphic organizer template.

– Get some guidance here on how to make your own reading curriculum for your homeschool.

– Check out what Sarah is using to teach her 6th grader writing.

– This freebie engages students with their novels by asking them to consider the perspective, to develop their language skills, to build their vocabulary, to visualize their character in a sketch and to practice scan-reading.

– Don’t miss this super bundle of over 270+ tracing pages. Each page comes with a picture to trace, the name of the picture to trace, and a line for your child to write the word on his own. It truly is everything you need for your young learner to begin writing.

is a complete, 36-week vocabulary curriculum. This simple, straight-forward approach to vocabulary building is easy to use and encourages independent study. VIEW SAMPLES: (3rd-4th grade) | (5th-6th grade) | (Middle School)

History & Geography Resources

– Challenge your students to think critically about history with these essay questions.

– If you are studying Canada then this “I Spy” game could be a great addition to all your other activities. The packet includes different variations so no page is the same which allows you a lot more times to play!

– Take your children on a notebooking adventure through the Colonial period with Living in Colonial Times – A Notebooking Journey. You will learn fun facts about what life was like and how things differed for children during this time in history.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– Try these fun movie unit studies based on popular movies your kids love. Your kids will be exploring subjects like history, geography, cultures/customs, character study/virtues, literature and so much more.

– If you have Greatest Showman fans in your house, they may be interested in doing a unit study on the circus! I thought it would be fun to compile printables and resources to create your own circus unit study. These can be used with all ages and done together as a family.

– Horses are one of the most beautiful creatures in the world. And while my kids love learning about them, I want them to have some fun crafts to do as well. Be sure to from last week to make this a complete unit of study.

– Grab this free printable book to help you in teaching the elements of art in your homeschool.

Character-Building Resources

– The conference is going to be a BLAST! So come on over and check it out 🙂

– These free bible verse worksheets will help your young learner with practicing print and cursive handwriting.

– Glean from this post important habits for you to develop if you are an explosive parent.

– If you have had enough with your children’s squabbles, then read this insight to help you through the trial.

– There are some biblical principles to instill in our kids on the subject of patriotism that we just can’t compromise on.

– Encourage obedience in your children with these obedience charts that include Ephesians 6:1, and the three “I will”s” of obedience.

– You will find full Bible curriculum, Bible studies, character building resources, supplements, family Bible studies, and more.

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.