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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (38 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

Use these three questions to determine if screen time is productive or not productive for your homeschoolers.

– For some of us, without selling our old curriculum, there is no wiggle room to get the curriculum we need for the following year. Use these ten tips to help you sell your old curriculum.

– Get some insight on how this one family homeschools during the summer. An amazing benefit to homeschooling is that you do what works best for your family.

– If you’ve been wondering if your child’s obsession with video games could be called an addiction, the World Health Organization announced that yes, it really is possible.

– When you have multiple children or kids of all ages, morning time can be a fun time that everyone can look forward to. You can even enjoy your coffee and cozy up in your jammies!

Language Arts Resources

– If your child can use help with spelling, then don’t miss out on the My Spelling Dictionary freebie. You can personalize/customize the spelling dictionary for any grade or subject.

– Get some help in teaching cursive handwriting with these free cursive handwriting worksheets. This freebie pack has two levels of practice worksheets.

FREE Early Learning Resources

– This patriotic water table with red, white, and blue activities will be a hit this Independence Day.

– If you have a bug lover or if you intend on having a bug unit anytime soon you are going to love these notebooking pages.

– Sensory squish bags provide the perfect mess-free quiet time sensory activity for your young learner.

– Grab these handwriting worksheets for kids using first grade sentences.

– This amazing list of roll and color math games are an engaging way to help your homeschoolers practice a wide variety of math skills in a very fun, hands-on way.

– Preschool and early elementary are my favorite years to homeschool! There are so many fun resources you can use to teach phonics, reading, handwriting, and more!

Science & Math Resources

– Enhance your science studies with fun online games, videos, and more.

– Are you looking for some fun activities to keep your kids busy this summer?

– Kids will love challenging each other and scoring runs while practicing their addition skills with this free 3-digit baseball addition game.

– Bar graphs are a lot of fun to teach your little one how to “read” and interpret.

– Check out this fun and hands on way to teach multiplication and division with LEGO bricks.

– Explore over 30 free anatomy and human body resources for all ages. This resource has a ton of free printables, unit studies and even some videos and games.

– Often times children struggle with math concepts that keep them from progressing, such as times tables or fractions. Sometimes taking a break and reading a living math book is the answer!

– There are so many different types of math curriculum for homeschoolers: online math, DVD/CD-Rom math, math workbooks, hands-on math with manipulatives, living math (Charlotte Mason inspired), and more. You can even find consumer math, financial literacy math, Biblical stewardship math, and websites that have free math worksheets and games.

History & Geography Resources

– When studying this time period in history, there are so many activities, craft, and learning opportunities you can incorporate into your studies.

– Check out a few fun and educational printables and activities to create a mini unit study about Ms. Betsy Ross and the American Flag.

– There are so many great books for history and geography that you can use to supplement your homeschool studies.

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

– Use this easy hands-on middles ages history activity for making a coat of arms alongside your lesson. Your kids will love making their own coat of arms.

– Check out this easy and effective way for your homeschool to learn world geography in 7 months or less with the free ebook Globalmania.

With each book covering a different nation, these books open up a world of wonder while highlighting the fact that underneath it all we are far more alike than we might have imagined.

– The role of children in the historic events is emphasized so that your kids can really relate to the descriptions and feel some connection with the people of that period.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– Learn three simple steps to planning a simple unit study for your young learners.

– Print out this set of summer coloring pages with a beach theme for your homeschool this season.

– Check out 100+ free unit studies for homeschooling for your loved ones next year.

FREE Character-Building Resources

– Use these biblical motherhood tips and Christian parenting tips for help with becoming a godly mom.

– Sometimes moms could use some inspiration to keep us going, to give us encouragement, to tell us truth or to get us out of a slump.

– Summer is finally here! Time to put away the schoolbooks and do some reading of your own. If you’re feeling weary and in need of some spiritual rest and replenishment this summer, check out the Ultimate Summer Reading List for Weary Moms Giveaway.

– Try these 3 simple tips for adapting bible lesson curriculum to suit your mixed age group. This is the perfect children’s Sunday School curriculum solution for small churches with multiple ages in one classroom, or for your homeschool.

– Kids can fight with one another and argue over everything under the sun. Teaching our kids to get along with one another can be a huge challenge.

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 (40 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

– The printables include lists, lesson plans, chores, and record keeping. It is all you need to get things back on track.

– Compass Classroom has a freebie going on right now for thirty-seven, 25 minute-long adaptations of literary classics and fairy tales.

– Do you long for the great outdoors and time away from the hustle bustle of life, unplugged from technology?

– Take advantage of this help so that your next trip is financially sustainable; leaving room for less stress and more fun.

– Summertime is the perfect time to get things ready for the coming school year.

– The curse of knowledge can affect your effectiveness as a teacher by causing you to forget that your child doesn’t have the benefit of the knowledge that you possess.

– If you are a homeschool mom, odds are, you have or will experience a burnout period where you feel like you just can’t anymore.

– Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary is an EASY open-and-go curriculum that your children can use independently. It will help increase their vocabulary and will get them excited about learning new words!

Language Arts Resources

– Explore more than 20 free summer reading printables you don’t want to miss.

– Download this free worksheet for your young learner to practice dictionary skills. This freebie includes skills to practice ABC order and using guide words.

– If you’re teaching through the summer or just looking for a fun way to keep kids writing through the summer, then journal prompts are a great easy prep option that kids enjoy.

-If you are looking for language arts homeschool curriculum, here are over 100 different resources you can look into.

FREE Early Learning Resources

– Grab this set of 18 summer pool theme coloring pages for the family.

– This chicken life cycle packet can be a great help as you begin to teach your young ones all about chickens with its labeling sheets, writing practice sheet and more.

– Kids will love to make beautiful cards for family and friends with these printable Hungry Caterpillar fruit cards craft.

– Our country’s heritage is rich and inviting to dive into! It’s filled with excitement, intrigue, betrayal, and conflict. For our youngest students, it can seem daunting to tackle our history without getting heavy and dark. This printable will help your early learner understand all about July 4th.

– This preschool farm animal pack comes packed full of activities designed especially for the tiny homeschool student.

– In this free packet, your young learner will learn all about a ladybug’s life cycle through various learning materials.

– Grab these free preschool and kindergarten literacy printables with activities for letter recognition, beginning sounds, phoneme segmentation, writing and more.

– Your children will have a blast learning about sea turtles with these life cycle worksheets.

– Your children will have so much fun reading about Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and learning the story and sequencing of this silly fairy tale.

Math, History & Geography Resources

– Help your homeschool explore, discover and analyze shapes with this free fun set of Geoboard Activity Cards.

– Learn About Legends, Inventors, and other People from History.

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

– Download a free printable Subtraction Bingo game to reinforce your child’s understanding of subtraction facts in a fun way.

– This freebie is for the upper elementary grades to help start introducing decimal place value.

Science Resources and Freebies

– Help your children learn about all the bones of the body with this free printable skeleton learning game.

– If your children love nature, then they will love this DIY flower press made from recycled materials as flowers are in bloom.

– Do not miss out on this absolutely free NASA curriculum on the Space Shuttle Program.

– Density can be a fun subject to teach, especially with this free density science doodles interactive notebook bundle.

– Check out some ways to bring a little more excitement and creativity to science vocabulary in your homeschool. This resource includes everything from word drawings, whole brain teaching, interactive computer games, concept maps and more.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– If you or your children enjoy adult coloring pages, follow these step-by-step guidelines for drawing your own mandala.

– Explore these free ocean animal study unit resources and book ideas for your homeschool.

– If your kids have pet rocks, use this creative pet rock writing sheet to encourage your child’s imagination. Your child will be able to begin their creative writing journey by sharing details about their pet rock’s life.

– Whether you’re studying ocean animals, learning about Sharks for Shark Awareness Day (July 14th) or celebrating Shark Week (like my family likes to do), these Shark themed Crafts are perfect!

FREE Character-Building Resources

– To make sure your child isn’t the one with the rude ‘tude, check off this list as you help teach these 25 manners every child should know.

– You’re invited to a FREE Raising Godly Boys and Raising Godly Girls Series – An Online Collaborative Parenting Event! There are 60+Contributors sharing daily, daily Giveaways and FREE Digital Swag Bag full of Resources!

– This Generosity Printable Pack includes Scripture cards, Bible Study activities, acts of generosity cards and more to help you really bring to life the generosity character trait you are trying to sow into their hearts.

– Some homeschoolers incorporate the Pledge of Allegiance to the Christian Flag in their homeschool schedule. This is a beautiful printable poster with that pledge to be printed and displayed on a wall.

– Journey through the Bible with your homeschool using this free treasure map printable. Using the map in your Bible lessons will help your kids draw closer to the Lord, encounter scripture memory verses, and learn about life and the culture of Biblical times.

– Grab this free Names of Jesus copywork set for young learners as a great supplement to your Bible study.

– Teach your children critical thinking from a biblical worldview.

 

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 (39 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

– Field trips are always a great way to really allow a child to experience what they have been learning about. Now with this field trip journal, they will be able to document their entire trip!

– This post will teach you how to create free printable workbooks for your homeschool. You will also be able to download a FREE math printable.

– Following , we continue our series on educational streaming options with a look at 10 things currently on Amazon Prime you may want to watch with your homeschool family.

– This free homeschool resource uses Magic Treehouse and is a great supplement for around-the-world studies.

– Deliberately going digital with homeschool curriculum has huge benefits like taking up less space and minimizing clutter, usually being less expensive, being more portable, and helping your child view technology as learning tools.

– There is such a thing as good screen time! I love taking advantage of educational opportunities that will keep my kids busy while I clean the house or organize our end of the year school papers.

Language Arts Resources

– Listening comprehension is the precursor to reading comprehension, so it’s an important skill to develop.

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– Print these free sorting mats and picture cards to give kids a fun way to practice rhyming words.

– Grammar can be fun with this Contractions Memory Game. Learning grammar concepts does not have to be boring.

FREE Early Learning Resources

– If you have an ocean theme in mind for your preschooler you are going to love this ocean I spy game.

– Kids will have a blast with this Very Hungry Caterpillar inspired printable board game!

– You will not want to miss this list of 32 quality and free pretend play printables. It will save you tons of hours online sifting through hit or miss ideas.

– This no prep bear walk board game is the perfect learning game to get your kids up and moving.

– Don’t miss out on these free sight word practice worksheets for pre-K to kindergarten homeschoolers.

– Find out of your early learner is ready for Kindergarten with this checklist.

– If you are looking for ways to teach your child shapes and colors, then these 20 fun color and shape activities will be just what you need.

– If your kids love cars, then they will love this super easy paper plate car craft. The car-themed craft is simple and inexpensive; which makes the craft something moms will love too.

– This post explains three kinds of connections readers make before, during, or after reading. Included in the free pack are five different making connections pages: 1- text-to-self, 2/3- text-to-text (and text to movie), 4-text-to-world, and 5- making connections.

Science & Math, History & Geography Resources

– Check out these super simple ways to teach map skills in your homeschool.

– If you are using Classical Conversations, then grab this Cycle 1 growing booklist for History and Geography.

– Grab these free science journal page and cover page printables.

– Introduce your students to the land of Scotland with My Book About Scotland geography copywork.

– Check out this fidget spinner math activity to practice probability and graphing with your homeschool.

– Read some great advice on how to study geography in your homeschool and get free printable cards for interactive learning states and capitals.

– Do you have a child that loves learning about animals but may struggle with writing? If so, then having them write a report on their favorite animal may be a great way to get them out of their writing funk and help them to get excited about writing.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– Your kids can learn about vessels, fun nautical terms, create fun nautical science experiments, nautical music lessons and so much more.

– If you want to teach your kids a second language like Spanish, then check out these 5 sites with programs for learning Spanish for FREE.

– Ensure your high schooler is earning some college credits with these 5 useful tips.

– Your children will love learning about the birds that they discover with these bird notebooking pages.

– Did you know July 14th is Shark Awareness day? It comes just before Shark Week every year.

FREE Character-Building Resources

– If you are learning about bugs this summer in homeschool, then these scripture bug coloring pages will go well with your unit study.

– This freebie has 30 days’ worth of being thankful prompts, bible verses, and space to write out your prayers and to write down what you are thankful for.

– The Bible is the supreme parenting manual. Check out some ways you might consider using the Bible as a parenting manual as well as a life guide.

– Use this awesome tool to help our children stay engaged and focused during a church service.

– The “Choose Your Own Adventure” Bible Reading Chart was made to spark kids’ excitement for discovering amazing stories in God’s Word.

– There is hope to keep running our race, to just keep going – even when life is a mess.

– This free printable pack includes a study sheet, bookmarks, and scripture card printables with all ten commandments on each.

– Heroines of the Past Bible Study by Amy Puetz is an inspiring thirteen-week virtue study celebrating the noble deeds of women and girls from history.

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 (28 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

– These 25 no-guilt kids apps are both educational and entertaining for your kids.

– This introduction to paper weaving is a pretty straight froward one day project.

– Try this awesome giant DIY slip and slide at your home for the summer. It is guaranteed to be a hit for both kids and adults.

– If you find yourself struggling to stay focused toward the end of the school year, then check out these 5 easy ways to help your kids (and you) finish your homeschool year with fun.

– Access hundreds of free printables and free app trials for homeschoolers.

Language Arts Resources

– 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.

– Are you looking for some fresh, new ways to teach Vocabulary and Spelling? Then check out this list!

– Grab these free color the suffixes worksheets for your homeschool.

– Check out this HUGE list of Spelling Test Printables and surprise your kids with a fun, themed spelling test one day.

– Learn how to create your very own author study with 5 easy steps!

FREE Early Learning Resources

– This fairy garden play dough activity for your young learner will be a hit. Your kids can create their own fairy gardens with this play dough invitation.

– Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun experimenting with gadgets and gears in this fine motor STEM activity.

– Use this free alphabet printable mini flipbook to help teach the alphabet to your young learners.

– Cute printable packs and crafts that are perfect for the preschoolers to help you do your own themed ocean animal study in your homeschool

– If the classical education paradigm is something that has always intrigued you, then this new preschool curriculum may be just what you’re looking for. Created from a desire to give toddlers an excellent educational beginning (in an organic, age-appropriate way), it’s designed for use by every mom!

Science & Math, History & Geography Resources

– Do you have a student who struggles to remember basic concepts? These cheat sheets may be a great help to you.

– Clouds are mysterious, fluffy and lots of fun to look at. Learn all about them with these free resources.

– Don’t miss out on these six free biomes of the world printable task cards to use in your earth science unit study and activities.

– Lava Lamp Bottles are a fun science project children of all ages can make and experiment with.

– Grab this free, quick and engaging measuring angles activity to go alongside your angles math unit study.

– This free set of interactive worksheets will strengthen your child’s understanding of prime and composite numbers.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– These would also be great for older kids and would make some great quiet time activities at home this summer.

– Turn nature walks into a game with printable nature I Spy cards animal edition.

– Do you kids love LEGO®? If so, you don’t want to miss these fun, free resources.

– Your older kids and teens will love these nature craft ideas.

FREE Character-Building Resources

– Learn about what a prayer box is, how to use/make one and how it can benefit your life.

– Stop for a moment to read first hand insight on what scripture writing can do your faith.

Here are three concepts to help you clear away clutter, expedite meal preparation, and invest in family relationships.

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 (47 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

– 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.

HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (39 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

– Take your homeschool up a notch by adding some digital student projects to your lesson plans.

– It can be difficult to find quality fantasy books that are “safe” for our children to read that do not have questionable content. Check out this series and enter to win it!

– Make some weather stones in a simple felt drawstring bag to help kids learn about weather. This is a simple rock painting craft and makes a cute DIY toy too.

– Every child learns differently, so it is important to know and understand different teaching methods. The Waldorf method is a teaching method developed by Steiner-Waldorf in which he focuses on imaginative learning and holistically learning intellectual, practical and artistic skills.

– Do you worry that youa re not doing “enough?” That other homeschoolers are way further along than you are in your homeschool?

– You can grab this free tool to discover if your educational philosophy fits with the Charlotte Mason way so you can have confidence in your decision.

– Learn what Dave Ramsey has to say about recommended household budget percentages. The free workbook takes you through baby-steps to budgeting and it is quite easy to grasp

– Have you ever had the PERFECT planner in your mind and absolutely couldn’t find it anywhere without piecing various pages together from all over the internet? Yep, me too! I had a huge list of everything I wanted my IDEAL planner to include but couldn’t find it anywhere. What’s a girl to do? Why, make it of course! (And then share it with you!)

Language Arts Resources

– I am excited to share with you a FREE Haiku printable and some basic information about incorporating Haiku into your homeschool.

– This awesome resource has activities, writing prompts and free download.

– This free resource is designed to help learn about writing an argumentative or persuasive essay and comes with a graphic organizer and writing checklist.

– This free PowerPoint and note set will help introduce your learners to the structure of non-narrative nonfiction, also commonly referred to as informational texts.

– Do you want to teach your children some Spanish? how about starting with some fun songs in Spanish? Children learn so quickly when put to a song!

FREE Early Learning Resources

– Lacing cards are a perfect fine motor activity that is easily taken on the road or used as individual activities for kids.

– Here is a fun Dinosaurs in the Bible unit study for preschoolers. Includes facts, worksheets, activities, and more.

– Are you looking for STEM activities to use with younger students? Would you like to introduce your students to some of the skills needed for computer coding? This activity was created for young kids to practice coding skills in an unplugged, fun, and hands-on way.

– If you are looking for a Spring themed math activity that is versatile and fun then this is for you.

– Print and use this free sight word book with your new readers.

– Don’t miss out on 200+ of the best preschool themes, lesson plans, activities, and printables. These awesome freebies are perfect for weekly or monthly themed learning or unit studies.

Science & Math, History & Geography Resources

– The free Problem Solving Assessment Pack includes two tests, a pretest and a posttest, which were designed to help you assess your students’ math problem-solving abilities.

– Here are a bunch of ways to help your kids speak the language of the future- coding.

– Math Mammoth provides a mastery approach to math and the Light Blue Series will help you build a solid foundation in mathematics for your elementary children. to enter for your chance to win a Math Mammoth Light Blue Series full elementary curriculum pack!

– In this Medieval Times unit study, your homeschool will learn about castles, knights, chivalry, coats of arms, food, and other elements from the middle ages. This even includes hands-on activities to get your learners engaged.

– These free map printables include both labeled maps and blank maps for review and practice.

– If your green thumb is starting to itch, try this easy paper cup plant project.

Unit Studies, Fine Arts Freebies, & Electives

– Learn about Post-Impressionist artist Edgar Degas with a free unit study and art lesson. You can also download a free set of art visuals to use alongside the unit study.

– Creating your own unit study can seem intimidating, but with this free planner, it’s easy!

– Check out these awesome digital unit study options for your homeschool lessons.

– A way to be a good steward of the earth that God gave us is by helping to keep it clean, and caring for the plants and animals that live here. If you are looking for some ways to get your children more interested in caring for our planet, click here!

– This resource will help you in planning your own unit studies and make things a bit easier for you to navigate. Definitely keep this in your arsenal, since you can notice an interest in your child on the whim.

Upper Grade (Middle & High School) Resources

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

– Encourage your middle schooler to express his/her feelings productively with some of these 33 poetry writing prompts.

– Now more than ever it’s important that we build our teens up in Truth.

– Check out some ways to make it easier for your middle school student to transition into high school course work.

– “Walking away from this after a year, I can safely say this was my favorite subject in ninth grade and I wasn’t expecting that.”

FREE Character-Building Resources

– Check out this encouraging free printable and resource on the beatitudes of homeschooling.

– It’s time for the annual Bible Road Trip™ giveaway, and you aren’t going to want to miss out. Danika even has a free Bible Road Trip™ sample pack for you! The giveaways end 5/3/18, so hurry on over!

– Teaching our children how to clean is an important life skill; so, use these tips, age appropriate cleaning lists and free printable chore charts to help.

– Bible Bingo is a fun, engaging game that encourages your entire family to memorize God’s Word. The game package includes 6 double-sided game boards, 20 unique scripture verses printed in 90 calling cards, and 150 game tokens.

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