A HUGE List of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources

Free Homeschool

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.

Looking for some letter recognition practice for your Tot, Preschooler, or Kindergartner? Download a free 26-page A to Z Letter Find! This a fun way to help kids recognized upper and lower case alphabet letters. It includes 26 sheets (one for each letter of the alphabet) including a fun alphabet specific clipart for each page.

Free Homeschool Worksheets

Visit Kids Discover to find 19 free Infographic Educational Posters covering various science and social studies topics to use in your homeschool.

Find free 1st grade spelling word search worksheets at Living Life Intentionally. There are over 50 free spelling worksheets with about 20 words per page.

Check out FunBrain for free online learning games, books, and comics. FunBrain has over 100 free educational games for children in grades PreK-8 with skills in math, reading, and literacy.

Are you planning to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday coming up on March 2? You can download this free Dr. Seuss All About Me printable book from The Art of Teaching.

You can download these free Creation Bible Crafts and Printables from Christian Preschool Printables.

Brightly Beaming Resources offers a free Letter of the Week preschool curriculum. The free homeschool curriculum is adaptable for children ages 2-5 and provides a 38 week outline.

Download a free printable Homeschool Planner from Living Well, Spending Less. This free planner includes daily pages, goal-planning pages, and quarterly planning pages.

Check out the America Heritage Education Foundation to download Free American History Curriculum for Elementary, Middle School, and High School. The free history curriculum is called America’s Heritage: An Adventure in Liberty and is available in three different levels: elementary, middle, and high school.

Dance Mat Typing provides free touch typing lessons appropriate for children ages 7-11. There are four levels each comprised of three stages. There are also free typing worksheets available to print and use offline.

Mission US offers free interactive history games to improve the understanding of US history for children. The games are called missions and the player takes on the role of someone living during an important period in US history. The target grades for Mission US are 5th-8th.

You can download free Bible coloring worksheets based on the popular Beginner’s Bible products. They also have some mazes and bookmarks available.

Here on Money Saving Mom you will find Free Cupcake Busy Bag Printable Instructions and Pattern Download.

Visit Homeschooling Hearts and Minds for a list of 37 FREE Online Art and Music Resources for your homeschool.

Add some extra spelling and vocabulary fun to your day by visiting Merriam-Webster’s Word Central. There are four games to play, a daily buzzword to learn, and you can even add a word to a special dictionary.

Homeschool Pinterest

Follow the Ultimate Homeschool Board on Pinterest for more homeschool goodness!

Try Engineering offers Free Engineering Science Lessons to use in your home education. There are 114 free engineering lesson plans that cover a wide range of topics and skills suitable for children ages 8 up to 18.

Presidents Day is Monday February 18, 2013. Free Homeschool Deals has a huge listing of free Presidents Day resources including printables, lapbooks, unit studies, and more.

You can download these Free ‘God Meets My Needs’ Bible Verse Printables at Christian Preschool Printables. These free bible printables are based on the story of Elijah.

Check out Daily Grammar, a free grammar curriculum for upper elementary and middle school. Daily Grammar consists of 440 short lessons and 88 quizzes.

You can download three free Charlotte Mason eBooks from Simply Charlotte Mason. Titles include: Smooth and Easy Days, Getting Started in Homeschooling, and Education Is

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, and much more. You can follow the free homeschool goodness on Pinterest and Facebook.

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  1. says

    Thank you for these :) We’re planning to go the homeschooling route again, this time with my tot so these are really helpful.

    When I was homeschooling my eldest, I relied on online resources for everything as there are very little homeschooling resources here in the Philippines.

    Thank you, thank you for sharing!

    Much love,
    Iris

  2. says

    Thanks for listing our Simply Charlotte Mason free e-books in your post! We actually have more than just those three e-books in our free resources section. Here’s a link to our full list, including a system for memorizing Scripture and a book of centuries template (like a timeline in a book).

  3. Aimee says

    These are great! Thanks! We also have been using Easy Peasy Homeschool…it’s free and offers everything…Bible, Art, Music, computer, history, english, foreign language, science…basically everything and now we are able to fit in the things we never had time for, like music and art :)

  4. says

    Wow! What a great list! We use SO many free resources, and I am always happy to bookmark more. :D I would love to share one of the free resources I’ve really found helpful for my boys (3rd and 8th grades)…free writing resources! This is a harder subject for me, so I’m thankful there is help out there, lol. Here is the link: http://www.time4writing.com/free-writing-resources/

    Again, this is a great list. Thanks so much for compiling and sharing! :)
    Katie

    • says

      I can’t wait to check out some of these suggestions! I would like to mention that Homeschoolliterature.com has a free book club on their site. The really neat thing is that the Homeschool Literature Book Club is the only club that features books specifically about homeschoolers.