This is a weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Carrie from HomeSchoolGiveaways.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 General Homeschool Curriculum:
Homeschooling with Hamilton – I love the stories that musicals can tell, and the many lessons that can be learned from seeing or listening to them. Hamilton is one of those musicals that sticks with you. Check out all these resources to add it to your homeschool lessons today.
Free Printables and Unit Studies About Famous Athletes – Many kids have a passion for sports. Much to our chagrin, that passion could surpass their need to do schoolwork. If your child is into sports, build on their interests with these free printables and unit studies about famous athletes.
Free Printables and Worksheets For Football Fans – Football is one of the most popular sports in America today. Sadly, the season is coming to a close in a few weeks. If you’re kids are fans or you’re just looking for some fun to add to your Sunday afternoon watching, check out these FREE printables and worksheets!
Holiday Resources & Freebies:
50+ FREE Printable Valentine’s Day Cards – Do your kids enjoy exchanging valentines with their friends? Whether you have a party with friends or the kids just want to make their own for each other, we’ve got you covered with this HUGE list of printable valentines!
FREE Writing Prompts for Valentine’s Day – Do you struggle with getting your children to write for fun or to write creatively? Writing prompts are a great way to help your children to get their creative juices flowing. Let them have fun with these FREE Writing Prompts for Valentine’s Day.
5 Ideas for Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Your Homeschool – Whether you’ve considered using holidays as teaching points in your homeschool or not, here are five ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day in your homeschool. Don’t forget to download your free printable Valentine’s Day cards that have Charlotte Mason quotes – perfect for the nature-loving, Charlotte Mason style homeschool.
Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:
How to Teach Toddlers About Gardening – Toddlers love to learn about the world around them. Kids this age are naturally full of curiosity and a lot of questions! What better way to help grow that love of learning than to use hands-on ideas to teach them about gardening. Check out these resources to get you started.
Preschool Binder Activities – Having a preschool binder is a great way to get your little ones started on a morning routine and foster independent learning. And the best part is that you can add or take away as needed. Print what you need as you go and really truly make it your own!
FREE Printables and Resources About Transportation – A popular thematic unit that is loved by all children, boys and girls, is the theme of transportation. Children are fascinated by large, moving objects such as big trucks, boats, trains, buses and airplanes. There are so many free resources about transportation to keep your kids busy for a long time.
Months of the Year Printables – Do your kids know the months of the year? Using the months of the year naturally in conversation helps them make connections that will in turn help them comprehend the concept of time. If you’re working on the months of the year in your homeschool this year, don’t miss these printables, games, songs, and activities.
FREE Community Helpers Guided Drawing – Whether we live in small towns or big cities, virtually no one can live totally isolated from everyone else. That’s why it’s important to help kids understand the important roles community helpers have and the many ways they serve. You can share about ten of these roles with this FREE Community Helpers Guided Drawing activity.
Free Fine Arts Resources:
Free Resources About Musical Instruments – Are your kids learning to play a musical instrument this year? Or maybe they thinking about playing one? These free resources about musical instruments will help your kids learn about the tools that create beautiful music all around us.
Resources for Learning About Opera – Some kids find learning about opera boring but they can actually be very entertaining. Teaching them about different styles, eras, even composers is common, but opera is one genre often overlooked. Learn about some of the most famous operas and their composers with these resources.
FREE Resources About Famous Painters and Sculptors – When doing an artist study or picture study in your homeschool, you will most likely be covering famous painters. One type of artist that often gets overlooked in an artist study is that of the sculptor. Check out these resources to learn about ten famous painters and sculptors.
Resources for Teaching Classical Music – Music education has been proven to be improve math and other subjects for students. Adding music studies to your homeschool doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. Check out these resources for teaching Classical Music in your homeschool.
FREE 350-Page Music Appreciation Unit of Traditional Songs – We all have our favorite songs, old folk songs and nursery rhymes that everyone has just always seemed to know. Why not take some of these traditional songs and turn them into a fun homeschool unit you can enjoy with your kids? Head over now to download yours!
Free Science & Math Homeschool Curriculum:
Free Resources About Intelligent Design – Intelligent Design (ID) says that there can only be an intelligent cause for and explanation for the complex, information-filled structures of biology and that the intelligent causes are undeniably evident. Teach your students all about the idea that this world wasn’t happenstance with these free resources about Intelligent Design (ID).
FREE Resources to Teach Kids About Energy – Energy is all around us and it is in everything. It is how things change and move and it can take on different forms. It isn’t just having the ability to grow, or run, jump and move, but it can also create some amazing things we use everyday. There are many different types of energy to learn about. Check out these free resources to teach kids about energy in your homeschool.
FREE Dog Breeds Notebook & Draw Unit – Do your kids like dogs? Maybe they are ready to get a dog and you want to research different breeds? Help your kids learn about some of the many different breeds of dogs with this FREE Dog Breeds Notebook & Draw Unit.
FREE Animals Life Cycles Cut & Paste – Animals can be huge or too small to see with just the eyes. They can be soft, rough, or spiny. They live and grow in all sorts of fascinating ways. Help kids learn more about 13 different types of animals with this FREE Animals Life Cycles Cut & Paste activity.
Free History & Geography Resources:
FREE Types of Government Cheat Sheets – It can be tricky to keep track of what types of governments different countries have. From authoritarian regimes to constitutional federal republics, there are numerous types and almost no end to the variations. These FREE Types of Government Cheat Sheets give teens a quick way to reference what type of government a country has.
FREE Resources About the Colosseum – The Colosseum is the largest ancient amphitheater that was ever built in history. If you are studying ancient history, or landmarks in your homeschool, you will want to put the Colosseum on your list of places to learn about.
Indoor Geography Scavenger Hunt + printable – This indoor geography scavenger hunt will help you turn an afternoon at home into a fun hands-on learning experience. It’s perfect for kids of all ages and will help your kids explore themes of geography. Head over now to download yours and get started!
Resources for Learning About Argentina – Learning about different countries is a great way to explore unit studies in your homeschool. Grab these resources for learning about Argentina to add to your homeschool’s country study.
Free Printables and Resources About Washington, D.C. – Are your kids curious about Washington, D.C.? How did it get its name, and why isn’t it a state? These free printables and resources about Washington, D.C., will help your homeschoolers learn all about the nation’s capital.
“If I Were President” Free Printable – Does your child dream about being president one day? Maybe they have talked about what it would be like and what they would do? Help your child think about some of the responsibilities of the president of the United States with this fun and free imaginative exercise.
FREE Cities Around the World Notebook – While each city has a character and history all its own, you can find major cities in nearly every country in the world. Help your students learn about the geography and history of 50 major world cities with this FREE Cities Around the World Notebook.
Carrie has been homeschooling for over a decade and loves to share FREE homeschool curriculum, deals, and reviews over at Homeschool Giveaways. You can find homeschool freebies, free homemaking resources, meal plans, free unit studies, and much more.