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.