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
– There are plenty of ways to help our kids use up all of their extra energy throughout the day. Click here for ideas!
– If you’re new to homeschooling, use this glossary of homeschool terminology from A-Z to learn more about our Christian curriculum and the benefits we can offer to help you meet your needs and educational goals.
– Teleconference with an experienced, professional Guidance Counselor for curriculum coaching and a transcript evaluation – for free!
– Transitioning from public school to homeschool is a challenge. This will help you learn the ropes.
– This planner provides one handy place to keep all your ideas together, making it simpler to buy the supplies and implement the plan.
– FREE tools for you to use to plan out the new school year!
– These footprint crafts are so creative and a fun way to measure how your kids grow over the years.
– I love having papers, dated, with my children’s handprints on them. Not only are they adorable, I love seeing how they grow over the years. Now you can get creative with those handprints using these fun craft ideas!
– 10 FREE Summer Programs to help fill your summer calendar up.
– Start your school day out right by following a Morning Basket routine in your homeschool.
Language Arts Resources
– Use these letter formation tracing cards as a way to help your homeschool practice the cursive alphabet.
– Word families and phonics are very important for beginning readers. This collection will give your students the practice they need.
– Learn how to teach a reluctant writers with a free writing lesson and printable organizer.
– Sometimes we think our kids won’t do something, like writing, when actually they just can’t. This will help to identify struggles or stubbornness.
– This poetry roundup has tons of resources, activities, poetry lessons, and freebies for teaching poetry.
– If you are wanting to help your kids learn sign language, or if you are just wanting to learn it yourself, you must check out all these FREE resources!
FREE Early Learning Resources
– These toddler painting activities and ideas are for one year olds, two year olds or three year olds to enjoy.
– Your homeschoolers will love to make this do-it-yourself abacus for counting help.
– These printables will be a fun hit with your preschooler and they will learn at the same time. The printables include educational free resources of various seasonal themes.
– Try these free sorting mats for a fun learning center that will help your homeschoolers think about community workers. This free download comes with four sorting mats, six pictures for each mats and instructions to assemble them.
– These money puzzles are a great way to help your young learner begin to recognize their monetary values and have fun at the same time.
– Looking for fun preschool activities? Look no further!
– Use this awesome variety of preschool songs for every season of the school year.
– This printable pack of plant and garden learning features a plant observation journal page, plant labeling, a garden scavenger hunt, and much more.
– We have 25 activities and printables to keep your young learner’s mind growing while they are too busy having fun to realize it.
– Music time and musical exploration is such an important part of a preschool education. Children thrive when they are able to dance, and play and express themselves with musical instruments.
Science & Math, History & Geography Resources
– Stargazing can be a very enjoyable family activity if you do it right. Here is a simple guide for viewing the night sky this summer.
– Explore a list of over 150 living books for teaching Ancient History, Geography, Archaeology, Geology, Missionary Stories, and much more.
– Free bird sound videos bird song videos and bird songs and fingerplays with lyrics are great ideas for your nature loving homeschool.
– I fell in love with certain curricula with our first daughter (that we are graduating this year!) and have moved on to using it with out next in line. I am excited to share with you what we have used and how we used it.
– Teach fractions to preschool and kindergarten students with this free royalty fractions pack. The pack has 3 pages and is great for introducing fractions in your homeschool.
– This electricity STEM activity of lighting up a shoebox tiny house is perfect for teaching how electricity works.
– Need some help teaching division to your struggling student?
– Working on multiplication or addition skills this summer? Check out this fun pirate and princess themed printable pack you don’t want to miss out on!
– Do you have a student who struggles to remember basic concepts? These cheat sheets may be a great help to you.
Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives
– Learn how to incorporate technology in your elementary homeschool lessons. It easy to do by integrating technology into your weekly lessons plans taking small steps.
– Check out these crafts, activities, and printables you can use during your brain or nervous system unit study.
– Now that the weather is getting so much better for most of us, take advantage of these free tree printables and Montessori-inspired tree activities for multiple ages.
– If you are gearing up to go on a great camping adventure, heading to a camping trip or looking for something fun to do at home surrounding the camping theme you will love these camping I Spy printables.
– Are you planning a beach getaway or vacation this summer? If so, you may want to start learning about the different ocean animals that you may see. Sea Turtles are one of our favorite ocean animals!
Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources
– Two New Live Online Classes Life-Prep Biology and Life-Prep Chemistry For Artsy, Techie, Handy Skilled and Other “Non-Science” Students.
– What better place to teach independence and responsibility than in your homeschool? Here are three ways you can help your middle schooler be more responsible.
– This Famous People Mini Quiz Pack explores the lives of Beatrix Potter, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and Pearl S. Buck, four famous authors.
– Grab your free free homeschool community service planning record for your middle school or high schooler.
FREE Character-Building Resources
– There are some foundational habits every family needs that can really transform the culture of your home so you can connect more meaningfully with your kids and train them in the ways of the Lord.
– Children really need to learn how to wait – from education to employment, relationships to ministry, personal health to finances. Delayed gratification is a critical part of a mature, joyful life.
– Read of 7 ways you can ruin the relationship with your child if you are not careful. If you want to have or keep a good relationship with your children, there are things that you should try not to do.
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.