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:
– No matter what subject you’re studying, these folding cubes are a fun way to learn! Choose from human anatomy, plant & animal cells, chemical symbols, art prints and more.
– Whether your kids love ice skating or you’re planning a trip to the local rink (or pond), these FREE ice skating notebooking pages are a great addition to any winter unit study.
These FREE printable calendars are undated and available in color or black & white so these can be printed to use year after year.
– These FREE notebooking pages for Groundhog Day include three different types of lines to accomodate early writers thru upper elementary and beyond. This set includes 66 total pages.
– February is Dental Health Month and these notebooking pages are a fun way to help kids learn more about staying healthy with their teeth.
History and Geography Freebies:
– Learning the history of different countries doesn’t have to be boring. Try this fun Date Dash Card Game to learn all about Chilean history.
Science & Nature Study Freebies
– This FREE 18-page printable coloring book is a fun way to learn about animals that hibernate in the winter months.
– If you’re using , this Huge list of science freebies and resources are listed by lesson number to aid you in your studies.
– Young and early readers will enjoy learning about the life cycle of a polar bear in these FREE emergent readers. They are available in four different levels from sight words to upper elementary.
– This Huge list by lesson number for science freebies and resources to use along with .
Early Learning Freebies
– If you have an early learner that loves superheroes and is learning to write, they will love practicing their handwriting skills alongside these ABC Hero’s.
– Is your little one learning the letter T? They will love working through these fun letter T activities, like tracing a train track, making their way through mazes, putting together puzzles, dot-to-dots and more.
– Your young readers will love these themed emergent readers available in both color or black & white.
– Are you studying the arctic tundra animals in your homeschool? Your little ones will love feeling included in the learning with these playdough mats. This set includes four letters and numbers 1-10.
– Is your 100th day of school coming up? Your little ones will have fun working through this tot & preK-K pack as you celebrate.
Free Language Arts Resources:
– If your early reader is struggling with consonant digraphs, these FREE printable say and cover pages are a great way to practice.
Help your child build their reading and writing fluency with these FREE printable simple sentence no-prep work worksheets.
– Grammar lessons shouldn’t be a bore or dreaded. This FREE curriculum helps students learn grammar without the tears. Watch a preview video and download all four levels.
– Sight words can be difficult for kids to learn. Make it more fun with these FREE printable and educational Sight Word games!
Free Math Resources:
– Does your child struggle with multiplication? Help them master their multiplication facts with these FREE 11-page printable activity pack.
Free Character Building Resources:
– If you’re interested in working on character qualities with your children, these printables calendars are a must-have. Each month focuses on a different quality with Bible verses to read each day. There are blank complementing copywork pages in both color and black & white.
– Teaching your children gratitude isn’t easy. Help them express their gratitude with these FREE Printable Thank You Cards.
– Help your children or family read through the Bible in a Year with this FREE printable plan.
Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:
– If your kids love the animated movie Beauty and the Beast, they will have fun working through this movie study. It includes discussion questions, compare/contrast, what happens next and more.
– Watching movies can be both fun and educational. This FREE “LIVE” version movie study for Beauty and the Beast includes activities for upper elementary thru middle school to extend the learning beyond the movie.
Older Student Freebies:
– This FREE 29-page pack includes pages for literary analysis, character analysis, chapter analysis, vocabulary and more.
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