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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources (32 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 Homeschooling Freebies:

– Have you ever used busy boxes in your homeschool? They can be great resources to help keep your children busy, while you work with another child or get chores done. Download these FREE printable resources to keep them engaged and having fun!

– Do you struggle to have calendar time with your preschooler? Not sure you have room? Check out this FREE printable preschool calendar that can be used in a file folder. Simple, compact and perfect for small spaces.

– If you love File Folder Games, then you will love this collection of over 100 options! You’ll find daily file folder games, alphabet, math, color, sequencing and science games.

– Grab this great limited time freebie for use in your homeschool.

Science & Nature Study Freebies

– Are you taking a field trip to the zoo this year? Your kids will love these FREE Zoo scavenger hunts and report pages that will enhance their visit and learning experience.

– Do your students know what the respiratory does? They can learn all about it with these FREE printable respiratory system worksheets and instant labeling and diagramming download.

– My kids love learning about the different life cycles of animals. Now they can learn about 9 different life cycles with these FREE worksheets.

– Your children will learn about eight different flowers and their plural forms with these FREE printable 3-part cards.

– Have your kids ever asked you what causes appendicitis? Now they can learn about that and nine more digestive system diseases with this FREE notebooking research journal.

– The muscular system provides the motor power for all the movement in your body. Learn how it works and more with these FREE Worksheets for the Muscular System.

– Are you studying the moon? Do your kids ask you about the different phases, but can’t keep them straight? Help them not only learn about them, but remember them with these FREE printable phases of the moon information cards and activities.

– Do your kids love the Magic Treehouse Books? Use these FREE animal notebooking pages with the 14 Fact Tracker Magic Treehouse books.

– If your kids struggle to remember which body systems do which jobs, these FREE vocabulary copywork notebooking pages will help.

– Do your kids love learning about the weather and natural disasters? Don’t miss this FREE Reading Comprehension Science Unit for Natural Disasters.

Early Learning Freebies

– Is your little one working on their reading skills? Download these FREE printable phonics reading passages to keep them busy for the entire year!

– Basketball season is here! Little ones will love practicing their letters and counting with these FREE printable basketball themed playdough mats.

– Little ones and young readers can practice their skills with FREE printable emergent readers. These are available in four different levels, including single words, short sentences, traceable words and fill-in-the-blanks.

– Celebrate Dr. Seuss and Read Across America day with these FREE printable playdough mats. This set includes four different letters and numbers 1-10.

 

 

Free Language Arts Resources:

– My children love listening to Fairy Tales, but sometimes they want to read them for themselves. Now your littlest ones can with these FREE Printable Fairy Tale Emergent Readers.

– Celebrate National Reading Month during the month of March with these FREE Printable Reading Bingo Game. Kids will love the game and they’ll be reading and learning too!

– Do you have a unicorn fan in your home? They will love tracking their reading with this FREE Unicorn reading log and bookmarks.

Free Math Resources:

– Do your kids struggle to remember formulas or conversions? Check out these FREE Math Cheat Sheets with reminders for prefixes, abbreviations, equivalents, conversions and more!

– Are you a Montessori homeschooler? These FREE Montessori math videos will pair perfectly with your Montessori math lessons.

Free History Resources:

– Are you learning about the medieval times? Do your little ones love knights and princesses? Then they are sure to love this fun pack filled with activities for PreK-1st graders.

– If you’re studying the French Revolution this year, don’t miss this FREE unit study and board game. Make learning fun with this game!

– This FREE curriculum covers The Ancients through the Middle Ages in a chronological world history outline. If you love unit studies, you’ll love this curriculum.

– If you love Mystery of History, you will love the Drive Thru History DVDs. Learn how they can weave seamlessly into your lessons and how to get a FREE DVD to help supplement your studies.

Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:

– Whether you’re a Charlotte Mason homeschooler or just want your children to study art, these FREE printable art study sheets will be a hit. This set includes four different study sheets including an artist biography, analysis sheet, question cards and questionnaire.

– Are you a unit study homeschooler? Do you love the idea of using unit studies in your homeschool, but not sure where to start? Download this FREE Unit Study planer and start creating your own unit studies.

– Through books, unit studies and activities your students can learn about Birds, Conifers, Maple Syrup, Snowflakes and Animal Tracks all related to winter.

– Thornton Burgess was a naturalist and conservationalist who has opened up a world of animal storytelling through characters like Peter Rabbit, Grandfather Frog, Jimmy Skunk and more. Use this printable pack alongside his books for the entire year.

Older Student Freebies:

– If you’re learning about Claude Monet or studying the Impressionistic period, don’t miss these FREE printable study cards.

– Your kids will love studying about the Renaissance with these FREE puzzles and activities. But hurry and download them now, because they’re only free for a limited time!

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 (31 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 Homeschooling Freebies:

– It may be past Valentine’s Day, but any Star Wars fan is sure to love these themed coloring pages! Download them now to have for Star Wars Day (May 4th) or save them for next year!

– If you’re learning about the President’s this week, this FREEBIE and book list would be a great addition to your studies.

– These FREE Valentine Cards for Teens and Tweens are not only cute, but funny too! They are too perfect not to save for next year!

– Do your kids love scavenger hunts? This printable scavenger hunt will get them outside and on the move. Save these for a nice winter or spring day when you can explore the outdoors.

– Don’t wait til the last minute to plan for your upcoming homeschool year. Use this FREE 7-step Pre-Homeschool planner to help you get organized and be ready for the new year.

– Do you homeschool on one income? Or would you like to? This FREE printable strategy guide is a great place to start planning or help you homeschool on one income.

– These printable bookmarks would be perfect for any time of year for your young readers. Print them out and laminate them to remind your kids about God’s love for them.

– Do you have activities or lessons you need to complete on a recurring basis? Try this FREE rolling to-do list.

– Do you use Five in a Row for your homeschool? These FREE printable planning pages can help. It includes notes pages, FIAR book lists, and much more to help you plan successfully.

Science & Nature Study Freebies

– Are you studying the respiratory system this year? This FREE notebooking research journal is a great way to help kids learn and understand the different diseases that affect the respiratory system.

 

– Do your kids love STEM activities? This printable pack is a unique activity that will help explain the need for blood donations and how they save lives.

– There are so many different parts to the human body. The circulatory system is a very complex part of the human body. These FREE worksheets and the instant download are the perfect addition to your study of the circulatory system.

– The Nervous System is the information highway of our bodies. It receives and filters information from both inside our bodies and from the outside world. Use this FREE Notebooking Research Journal as you learn about it.

– These FREE Skeletal System worksheets will help your kids learn all about the bones and connective tissue in their bodies and how they work and protect the vital organs.

– Are you studying polar bears this year? Your kids can record what they know and all the new information they learn with these FREE printable polar bear notebooking pages.

– We love studying the animals that hibernate during the winter. But what about the ones that live in cold temperatures year round? Kids will love learning abll about penguins with these FREE printables, crafts and activities.

Early Learning Freebies

– Little ones love to learn, but using a theme to help them learn is always more fun. Here are some great resources to help you plan themed lessons and activities. And it’s FREE!

– Do your little ones love hot cocoa? Then they are sure to love these adorable Alphabet Hot Cocoa printables to help them work on their ABC’s. There are so many different ways to use these too!

– Little kids love playing with trucks and cars, so why not turn it in to a fun learning unit. Use these FREE Preschool printables, activities and crafts to help.

– Are you taking a trip to the ice rink this year? Your little ones will love working through this adorable Ice Skating Tot & PreK-K Pack. And, it’s FREE!

– These playdough mats are a fun way to let little ones be involved in the studies while helping them work on their fine motor skills. In this pack they will work on four different letters and the numbers 1-10.

 

Free Math Resources:

– Whether your kids struggle with math or love it, learning through games is always more fun. Check out these 3 FREE games geared toward third grade and up.

– Do your kids struggle with the conversion of fractions to decimals? This FREE printable game is a fun way to help them master it!

Free History Resources:

– Learn more about the women behind the Presidents with this US First Ladies Coloring Book. But hurry…this is only available FREE for a Limited Time Only!

– Are your kids fascinated with Vikings like mine? This printable coloring book is a fun and creative way to help them learn about the Vikings. But it’s only FREE for a limited time!

Free Language Arts Resources:

– If your kids are working on learning their CVC words, these printable lists will help. These are a great way to help them learn all the words with the same blend.

– Read-Alouds can be a fun time for homeschoolers, but it can also be a little stressful or even boring for some kids. Whether you have little ones or older kids, these ideas will help you keep them busy while listening.

– Bring joy and excitement into your student’s writing with this Creative Freewriting Exercise.

Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:

– Unit studies are a great way to learn about a topic from all different angles and subjects. Now you can get 5 mini unit studies for Sign Language, Ancient Egypt, Space, Baseball and Football – absolutely FREE.

– Whether you use this as a historical study or Bible study, this FREE Life of David printable pack is full of fun activities including math, sequencing cards, copywork, number puzzles, alphabet matching cards and much more. But hurry…it is only free through the end of February 2019.

Older Student Freebies:

– Are you learning about World War II in your history studies? This lapbook is a great way to help students retain what they learn in a fun, hands-on way.

– Whether your kids are studying music history, appreciation or just love music, these FREE printable Music and Composer Notebooking Pages are the perfect addition to their research. This set includes 24 pages.

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!)

 

 

Check out this HUGE list of FREE homeschool curriculum!

 

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:

– Are you a Charlotte Mason homeschooler? This FREE printable planner will help you not only become more organized, but also keep track of everything you want to teach in your CM classroom.

– Whether you are homeschooling multiple children or just one, it can be difficult to track who has done which subjects each day. Use this FREE simple sheet to help you track everything with one glance!

– Help your children develop problem solving skills to help them become better thinkers, perform better in math and in many other areas of life. This FREE ebook is a fun way to encourage them.

– Every month, you can receive a brand new set of planners as well as holiday and seasonal printables. Febraury’s theme is Love, Family and Peace. Don’t miss them!

– If your kids love space and aliens, they will love sharing these FREE Space themed Valentine’s Day cards with their friends and family!

– Let them choose what they want to learn! It may sound contradictory, but these FREE printables help them not only track their learning, but involve them in the planning process.

– Explore and learn something new each day during the month of February with this FREE Learning Days Calendar.

– Unit studies are a great way for homeschoolers to combine multiple subjects together on one topic. But how do you plan one? And how do you know it’s good? These FREE planning pages will help!

Science & Nature Study Freebies

– Do you experience earthquakes? Are your children curioius about them? This FREE Research Journal, printables and resources are a great way to introduce them to your children.

– Do your kids ever ask why they have the same color eyes as you, but different hair color? Or why they don’t look like their sibling? Dive in the world of DNA with this FREE ebook and help them learn why!

– Are you learning about polar bears? These FREE coloring pages show the different stages of a polar bear and offer different traceable words on each page.

– Do you know the differences in penguins? Kids can research and record the differences in penguins with these FREE printable notebooking pages. This set includes 120 pages of

– This notebooking research journal helps kids learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of seven muscular system diseases. By learning about what can go wrong with muscles, they can learn more about the jobs muscles do and what our bodies need to keep our muscles healthy.

Free Language Arts Resources:

– Do your kids know when and how to use punctuation marks? Do they know how to make them properly? These worksheets will help them learn when and how to use, as well as writing them properly.

– If your kids struggle with rhyming like mine, try making it fun with this FREE printable game! If you find them getting frustrated or just want some extra practice, try this printable game to help!

– Whether you do a morning devotional together as a family or allow your children to do them on their own, these FREE Scripture Copywork printables are a wonderful addition.

– My kids love reading, but hate losing their place. With these FREE bookmarks, they will love marking their place to come back later.

– If you’re working on hearing and counting syllables, this fun vegetable themed activity can help. Easily add a little spelling and science in the mix too!

– Do you find yourself at a loss for read-a-louds your kids will love? What about books that help improve vocabulary and language that builds fluency and comprehension? Check out this list of strong books that will give you months of lessons for kids grades 3-5.

– This FREE grammar resource covers: nouns (with plural, possessive, and plural possessive nouns), verbs (with irregular “to be” verbs), adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions & articles.

Early Learning Freebies

– Whether you’re taking a trip to the ice rink or have one in your backyard, little ones will love practicing their reading skills with these FREE Ice Skating Emergent Readers.

– If you’re little one wants to join in the learning fun, don’t miss these Preschool Chart Printables. Included in this set are FREE attendance, progress charts and schedules.

Free Math Resources:

– If your kids struggle with multiplication and division, try mixing it up a little with this FREE Roll and Write activity!

– You will discover several geometry concepts taught in grades K-9: circles, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, coordinate graphs, polygons, 3-d shapes, and more.

Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:

– Are your kids excited about the release of the third movie later this month? Make the most of their enthusiasm with this FREE movie study based on the second movie.

– Kids all over have anticipated the release of the second LEGO Movie this month. Gather their homeschool friends to watch the first movie and let them complete this fun movie study as some added learning!

– This 55-page unit study includes coloring pages, copywork and word searches for various levels. It would be a great addition to any unit on Mark Twain or to use along side some of his famous written works.

Older Student Freebies:

– Do you have an older child who struggles with reading? Introduce them to the world of Hi-Lo reading and not only encourage their reading interest, but also help them improve!

– Polynomials can be tricky when first introduced. They definitely take some practice. Make that practice more fun and hands-on with this FREE cut and paste activity.

– Help older students study Scripture while they color these FREE printable Bible verse coloring pages. There are 6 pages with varying degrees of intricate details.

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 (27 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 Homeschooling Freebies:

– Are you tired of keeping track of everyone’s weekly assignments? Are you trying to teach your kids to be responsible for their own assignments? Download these FREE Weekly Assignment sheets today.

– Whether your kids are attending a Valentine’s Day card exchange, they want to give cards to friends and family or they love llama’s, these FREE printable Valentine’s cards are adorable and fun!

– These FREE President’s Day Notebooking pages would be a great addition to any study on a president or for President’s Day. This set includes 294 total pages!

History and Geography FREEBIES:

– Are you students learning all about Landforms in their geography studies? If so, you don’t want to miss these Landforms Notebooking pages available FREE for a Limited Time Only!

– Whether you’re studying the Vikings or you have viking fans, this fun unit study is the perfect way to learn more about their culture and history.

– This fun, hands-on activity is the perfect addition to your Ancient Egypt curriculum or unit study.

– Students can record everything they learn about the Top 10 Aviators with these FREE Aviation Notebooking Pages. There are 28 aviator pages and 18 blank notebooking pages both in 3 different writing lines.

Science & Nature Study Freebies

– If you’re studying the human body this year, these labeling worksheets are the perfect supplement to your curriculum. Help your children remember them better by using these FREE printable pages with answer sheets.

– This huge list of FREE printables includes tons of worksheets and activities to accompany course. And they are listed by lesson for easy to use referencing!

– Do you live where you see a lot of bees? Learn about them and their life cycle with these FREE printable bee life cycle worksheets.

– If you’re studying different types of weather, this FREE Tornado copywork and terminology would be a great addition to your studies.

– Are you studying the circulatory system this year? Help students learn more about the diseases of the circulatory system by using this FREE Notebooking Research Journal.

– If you’re using , you will want to check out this HUGE list of FREE printables and activities divided by lesson number.

– Spring will be here before we know it and that means frogs will be appearing in many areas. Download these FREE Frog Life Cycle worksheets to use while you observe them in the wild.

– This FREE Science Unit is meant to be a supplement to your study of the human body. This is a great activity to increase your students reading comprehension while learning more about the human body.

Early Learning Freebies

– Whether you’re studying nutrition or trying to get them interested in each of the food groups, little ones will love this fun sorting activity. Simply download and print the FREE activity and let them go to work!

– Do you have a preschooler? Are you sure they’re ready for Kindergarten? This FERE printable Kindergarten Prep workbook can help! Find out the skills they should know and master before they begin Kindergarten.

– Teach your little ones about different presidents of the United States with this FREE President’s Day Tot & PreK-K Pack. It includes 33 pages of prewriting, beginning sounds, puzzles, graphing and much more!

Free Language Arts Resources:

– President’s Day is quickly approaching and students everywhere will be learning about our many different presidents. Help them learn even more about President Lincoln with this FREE printable reading passage.

– February is Dental Health month. These FREE printable Emergent Readers are a great way to help little ones learn the importance of keeping their teeth healthy.

– Help kids learn more and remember what they learn about their Dental Health with these FREE writing activities. This set includes copywork in four different writing lines, draw & write pages and writing prompts.

Free Math Resources:

– If your young ones are learning to tell time, these FREE printable games are a fun way to help them master it. Simply download, print and play!

– Boys and girls will love working on their counting skills with these adorable and FREE dump truck counting mats. These mats cover numbers 1-20.

Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:

– Whether you’re a Charlotte Mason homeschooler or your kids love art, these FREE artist study discussion worksheets are a great way to introduce them to different artists.

Older Student Freebies:

– Whether studying a specific country or a continent, these FREE geography notebooking pages are a great way to help older kids learn and remember the information they read about in their studies.

– In this 28-page printable pack your students will find 19 scientific notebooking pages and 9 nature study notebooking pages. These are the perfect compliment to any unit study on animals or nature.

– Help your middle and high school students improve their creative writing skills with these FREE Winter Writing Prompts. This set includes a description of the four main styles and 15 prompts for each.

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 (33 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 Homeschooling Freebies:

– Many homeschooling families struggle to keep the house clean and chores done without a fuss. These FREE printable chore charts will help motivate and track your kids’ chores. The graphics on them are perfect for younger children who can’t yet read.

– This FREE activity pack includes link to groundhog facts, mazes, handwriting practice, vocabulary, coloring pages, a writing prompt and more! Include this pack in your groundhog day studies this year.

– Your kids will love coloring these pages as they read and learn all about the history of Groundhog Day. This is a great activity to start your studies.

– Do you have any dragon lovers in your home? Whether they love dragons or just fantasy, they are sure to enjoy these books, activities and the FREE printable coloring pages.

– These printable drawing prompts encourage students to use their imaginations to complete the drawings and then color the completed image. Get yours FREE just in time for Valentine’s Day.

– President’s Day is coming up in just a few weeks. This FREE President’s Day copywork pack is a fun way to introduce your children to the different presidents and some of their most famous quotes.

History and Geography Freebies:

– Whether you live in the state of Alabama or you’re studying the 50 states, this FREE printable set of Alabama state bird coloring pages will pair nicely with your studies. This set includes 3 different coloring pages for elementary ages.

– If you’re stuyding our second largest state in the union, you don’t want to miss these FREE Texas state flag coloring pages. This set includes three different handwriting styles for elementary ages.

– If you’re studying the Civil War era, you will love all the resources and printables here. From worksheets to projects and more, you’re covered!

Science & Nature Study Freebies

– Interactive notebooks are a fun way to bring any lesson to life. If you’re studying the Water Cycle in your science lessons this year, don’t miss this FREE printable set.

– If you’re using the book from Apologia, you will love this huge list of freebies and resources organized by lesson number.

– Kids will learn earthquake terminology with this FREE set of copywork. After completion, they will have notebook filled with helpful terms and pages they can color too.

– This FREE Natural Disasters Notebooking Research Project is based on earthquakes. You will find some questions (and a link for all the research and answers) as well as a general page to research individual earthquakes.

– If you’re studying natural disasters or your kids just have questions about them, they will enjoy working through this FREE Notebooking Research Journal based on Historic Earthquakes.

– This huge list is organized by lesson number for science freebies and resources to use along with .

Early Learning Freebies

– If your little ones love the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, they are sure to love this fun and FREE Printable Alphabet Workbook. Read the story and then have them find the letters on each page!

– Whether you have a child that struggles with handwriting formation or they are just learning, these FREE handwriring practice pages will help. This set includes mazes, tracing as well as letter formation practice.

– Your little ones will love practicing their handwriting and stretching their creativity with these FREE Farm Themed Trace & Write pages.

Free Language Arts Resources:

– This FREE printable comprehension organizer would be perfect for any read-aloud, fictional book, story time, book clubs and book reports.

– This FREE Tracking printable is a great way to track the reading of your students. It tracks their reading with the MSV (meaning, sound, visual) method to help you assess their progress. This is a wonderful form for your portfolio.

– Encourage your elementary students to stretch their imaginations with these FREE Farm Themed Creative Writing & Illustration Prompts. Students will be able to draw a picture and write a short paragraph based on their farm-themed picture.

– This Valentine’s Day bring some fun to your homeschool with this FREE figurative language and literary device packet. Practice imagery, similies, metaphors, hyperbole and more.

– Do your children struggle with creative writing? Help keep their minds active with these FREE printable writing prompts for the month of February.

Free Math Resources:

– Are your students learning factoring? Give them a little extra practice with these FREE and fun factoring math puzzles.

– Is your preschooler learning to count to 10? They will love playing these fun and FREE printable math games to learn or review their counting to ten skills.

– Do you have a younger child struggling with their math facts? Make it more fun with these FREE printable Math BINGO game pack. These cards include addition and subtraction facts up to 100.

Free Character Building Resources:

– Most children don’t know how to process their feelings. This FREE printable Feelings and Emotions Tracker is a wonderful way to help them not only learn to understand their feelings, but also track them to find patterns and possible triggers.

– Your kids will love working through these puzzles and activities about more Bible characters! This pack includes crosswords, word searches, sudoku, word scrambles and more!

Free Unit Studies & Fine Arts Resources:

– The Everywhere God Unit Study is a literature-based unit study for grades K-4. Kids can grab some paint, marker or crayon and start coloring in this FREE unit study.

– Your kids will enjoy studying about studying the 50 states without ever leaving the house with these FREE Notebooking Unit Studies.

– Are you studying about one of the most famous female aviators, Amelia Earhart? This fun and FREE mini unit study includes a coloring page, short biography, word search, copywork and more.

Older Student Freebies:

– If your kids love the “Wizard of Oz” movie, they might just love the book too. They will love working on their cursive handwriting while copying these quotes from the book by L. Frank Baum.

– These notebooking pages generic enough to use with any history unit study, lesson or field trip. This 18-page notebooking set is the perfect addition to any middle or high schooler’s history studies.

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 (26 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 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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