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Free Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 27 Freebies!

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 Homeschool Curriculum

Free General Homeschool Curriculum:

How to Use Narration in Bible Study – There are tons of great resources for helping you teach your kids to study the Bible. But one method you might not have considered is narration. Here are some ideas for how to use narration in Bible study, plus some free resources to get you started.

FREE Sewing Terminology Copywork Notebook – Sewing is a wonderful life skill to learn that provides hours of hands-on work and a special satisfaction when the job is complete. It also has a vocabulary that students need to learn so they can make sense of directions and try new things. This FREE Sewing Terminology Copywork Notebook can help them do just that.

FREE Printables and Resources About 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.

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Early Learning Freebies:

FREE Editable Name Tracing Sheets – Is your little one working on writing their name? Do any of your kids need some extra practice on their name? Whether your child is just learning to write their name or just need to improve their handwriting, using editable name tracing is a wonderful way to practice.

Months of the Year Printables – Do your kids know the months of the year? 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 Charlotte Mason K4-Kindergarten Curriculum – The 157 page curriculum guide is 50% homeschooling encouragement, guidance, and practical tips, and 50% curriculum. In this free guide you will find a gentle introduction into the Charlotte Mason philosophy and see how to bring it into practical, daily application.

FREE Ocean Coloring Pages for Kids – Will you be visiting the beach much this summer? Is your family looking forward to a beach trip sometime this summer? If you have young learners at home, they will love these super cute ocean coloring pages.

FREE Little Bo Peep Pop-Up Sequencing Cards – Nursery rhymes are easy for children to remember and recite. And, a great place to start when introducing them to story sequencing. This free pop-up card activity, featuring Little Bo Peep, provides a fun 3-D way for kids to visualize the story and put it in order.

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Free Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum:

Mega List of Adventure Books for Kids – What types of books keep your kids engaged and eager to read more? If you are looking for some fun and engaging reads for your children, you are going to love this list of adventure books.

FREE Chronicles of Narnia Resources and Study Guides – The Chronicles of Narnia books series is a great option as a read aloud or as a personal reader for your homeschool. Many homeschoolers love finding books that their family will enjoy and turning them into a full learning experience. This is where free printables and study guides come in handy.

Resources for Teaching the Classics – Some may question whether teaching the classics even has a place in our children’s education. If you agree, then grab these resources for teaching the classics in your homeschool.

FREE Dog Breeds Notebook & Draw Unit – We often think of dogs as pets, but do your kids know they are also part of history? Help your kids learn about some of the many different breeds of dogs with this FREE Dog Breeds Notebook & Draw Unit.

Free Fine Arts Resources:

FREE Australian Animals Guided Drawing – Australia has some of the most amazing and fascinating animals in all the world. Help your kids learn about 10 of them with this FREE Australian Animals Guided Drawing.

Famous Artist Study Series: John James Audubon – John James Audubon is a favorite among nature lovers. His drawings were scientific in nature and they turned into beautiful art prints that so many can enjoy. He was an American ornithologist, artist and naturalist known for his bird drawings and paintings of North American birds, and we’ve rounded up some free resources, printables, and unit studies to help you study his life and work.

Famous Artist Study Series: Leonardo Da Vinci – Studying artists and their works of art go along great with a Charlotte Mason style education, and you can also pair it up with history as well. In this post you can find free printables and unit studies on Leonardo Da Vinci.

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Free Science Homeschool Curriculum:

Free Printables and Resources About the Beach – Are you taking a trip to the beach soon? If you are teaching your kids all about the beach in your homeschool, then these free printables and resources about the beach will be the perfect addition to your homeschool day or just a fun summer unit study.

FREE Resources to Teach Kids About Energy – Energy is all around us and it is in everything. There are many different types of energy to learn about. Check out these free resources to teach kids about energy in your homeschool.

Free Frog Printables – Do you have a child that love frogs? Do they love to visit the pond? These fun and free frog printables are a great way for young children to learn about the life cycle of a frog while working on math and literacy skills as well as their fine motor skills.

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 Geography Resources:

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 Geography Terminology Copywork Notebook – Do your kids know the difference between latitude and longitude? Do they know what the earth’s axis is or where to find the Prime Meridian? Can they locate the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn? If you’re not sure they are comfortable with the language of maps, grab this FREE Geography Terminology Copywork Notebook.

Resources for Learning About Mexico – Learning about other nations is something I feel American kids don’t learn enough about in the public school system. If you are intentionally teaching your kids about the nations around the world, then these resources for learning about Mexico will be great to learn about.

Resources for Learning About Australia – Have you ever been to Australia? Or maybe you’d like to visit there one day? For now, you can study all about Australia in your homeschool with these resources.

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Free History Homeschool Curriculum:

FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 1960s – Modern history is an exciting and important subject, but sometimes, it can be hard to know what to cover. This FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 1960s unit covers five key events and helps your students start studying this key decade.

Hands-On Activities for Studying Ancient History – Have you ever wondered what qualifies a period in history to be “ancient?” If you are also teaching your kids about ancient civilizations this year, check out some hands-on activities for studying ancient history to share with your homeschool.

Hands-On Activities for Studying World History – Our children need to know about world history, especially during these times when events around the world are affecting America more and more. Hands-on activities for studying world history are, by far, the best way for your kids to get a deeper understanding of the countries all around us.

Free Resources About Photography and Famous Photographers – Exploring photography with your children will create a lasting interest in art. These free resources about photography and famous photographers will build skills interest in both younger and older kids.

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.

Free Coffee at 7-Eleven through August 9, 2020

If you’re a coffee lover, don’t miss this deal to get free coffee at 7-Eleven through August 9th!

{Psst! Don’t forget you can also get FREE unlimited coffee at Panera all summer long! And be sure to check out all the restaurant deals and free food offers we’ve recently posted!}

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Free Coffee at 7-Eleven

Through August 9th, 7-Eleven is offering seven FREE coffees when you use your 7-Eleven app! No purchase necessary. Choose from any size and any flavor.

Just download or open your 7-Eleven app to claim this deal.

Valid through August 9, 2020.

Panera Rewards: Possible Free Bagel Every Day in August!

Check your Panera Rewards account to see if you got a FREE bagel reward every day this month!

{Looking for more restaurant deals? Check out the most recent restaurant deals, coupons, and freebies here!}

Panera Bread Bagels

If you’re a Panera Rewards member, log in and check your account to see if you have a reward for a free bagel every day in August!!

Limit 1 free bagel per day with Panera card. Spreads cost extra.

Did you get this freebie offer this month?! I always do the happy dance when I see this one in my account! It’s not very often, but hey — I’ll take it when I do get it!