Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources

Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources

This is the weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Jamerrill from FreeHomeschoolDeals.com. 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.

Free 2013 Homeschool Planner The download includes 19 free printable planning pages to create your own free homeschool planner.

HomeschoolShare.com is a favorite site for free lapbooks and unit studies. Hop over and snag the FREE Little House on the Prairie Lapbook!

Every year Six Flags Theme Parks offers an exciting opportunity for your children to earn free theme park pass for reading. If you’re interested in this opportunity you must register by March 1, 2013 per the website information.

Are you getting Valentine’s Day studies ready? You can download this free instant download of the History of St Valentines Day Unit Study and FREE Printables PreK – 5th Grades. You must be signed into Google to download this set.

Homeschoolers don’t always get snow days, but you can still have a ton of educational fun on snowy days that will make your children forget they are learning! Here are many ideas to get you started: Snow School: Snowflake Science, Snow Math, Snow Reading and Snow Projects

Homeschool for Free and Frugal

You can listen online or download The Complete Set of The Chronicles of Narnia.

On Currclick.com you will currently find the following Free Homeschool eBooks: Biblical Home Education, Just Tell Me What to Order, and The Four Foundations of Lifelong Learning.

CivilWar.org offers a free Civil War Curriculum for elementary, middle school, high school, and gifted & talented students.

You can get this free Homeschool Task Card Set when you “like” The Unlikely Homeschooler on Facebook. This is a nice, colorful, set!

Download a free Noun-Verb Sort at Mama’s Learning Corner.

Free Parts of Speech Worksheets: The Noun/Verb Sort

Are you looking for a free online complete curriculum? Here is an overview of the free complete homeschool curriculum Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool. Currently grades K-8 are offered and high school levels are under development.

Download the free Big Book of Coloring. This is a 150-page sampler that includes categorizes of Animals & Nature, Cartoon Characters, Dinosaurs, Disney, Farm, Insects, Musical Instruments, and more.

Visit Homeschool Swag Printables to download a free Living Math Journal. It’s over 100-pages

Create a free account at Head of the Class and gain access to their free curriculum-based content. You will find resources for Free Worksheets, Math, Science, Spanish, Geography, Art, and more.

Bright Ideas Press is offering Free Amelia Earhart Mapping and Notebooking Pages for the month of January. Hurry and get your set.

Subscribe to Simple Homeschool and receive a free copy of Jamie Martin’s new eBook, Secrets of a Successful Homeschool Mom.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is Monday. Here are several last-minute resources if you need to pull together a quick study or add to the resources you’ve already gathered.

Free Preschool and K-3 Martin Luther King Jr Printables

Jamerrill is the homeschooling mother of a large and growing family. After seasons of spending $50 or less annually to homeschool her children she started Free Homeschool Deals to help all families afford the homeschool life. Daily she features homeschool freebies, free educational resources, free homeschool printables, and much more.

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  1. says

    My daughter (youngest of 4) is turning 4 on the 27th. Since she learned to talk I have done things with to prepare her for Kindergarten…based mainly on the things I knew her brothers needed prior to entering their first year in public school. She however, is far beyond her brothers at this age and I am looking to keep her intrigued…if anyone with homeschooling experience has any suggestions…I would greatly appreciate them! I would love to teach her to read this year…..but my experience starts and stops with aiding our teachers with lessons my boys have at school.

    Thanks a ton!!