This is a weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by FreeHomeschoolDeals.com. Even 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. Find more free homeschool curriculum here.
General Homeschooling Resources & Freebies:
Free I Spy Worksheet – Do your kids love playing “I Spy”? It is a great activity to help your kids work on their scanning and visual discrimination skills, while having a bit of fun! Check out this FREE worksheet and online version to have a bit of fun at home!
Four Seasons Bingo Sheets – This free four seasons printable bingo game is a great way to bring festive fun into your homeschool! Grab it from my blog and enjoy the activities with your family throughout the year.
Printable Scavenger Hunts – Kids love searching for things. With this printable scavenger hunt pack, there are thirteen different themed hunts for children to complete. Themes included are nature, alphabet, color, backyard, indoor, Easter, Christmas, the seasons and more.
DIY Tree Tags with Free PDF Printable – Work on fine motor and scissor skills using the free gift tag printable. It’s a fun way to get therapy needs done while holiday schooling.
FREE Planner for Unschoolers – Even if you’re a more relaxed type homeschooler, it still helps to have a plan. Learn about the benefits of planning–even if you’re an unschooler–and get one month of free planning pages perfect for the more spontaneous, non-planner in many of us!
Free Resource for Teaching Good Manners – Do you look at our “selfie” society and wonder how to cultivate in your child’s heart love and respect for others? Prepare your ambassadors to reflect the love of Jesus with this free list of good manners—designed as a beautiful, printable poster!
Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:
Children’s Alphabet Bingo – Learning letters and the alphabet isn’t always fun – but it can be! Use these FREE Children’s Alphabet Bingo cards to your little ones learn their letters and give the older kids a fun break, maybe with a ‘prize’ involved.
Transportation Cut and Paste Worksheets – Little boys (and girls) love all things transportation. From cars and trucks to trains, planes, and boats! Use these FREE transportation cut and paste worksheets to help them work on their scissor skills, while creating their very own “vehicles”. Don’t forget to color them too!
Number Mats for Kids – Your little car loving preschoolers will have fun with these adorable road-themed number mats. These are a quick and easy way to help your transportation enthusaists work on recognizing their numbers. Have them practice tracing the numbers with their cars for some extra fine motor practice!
Thanksgiving Themed Freebies:
The Lost Turkey Printable Board Game – Spending time with family and friends on Thanksgiving is a great way to spend the holiday. Add soem fun to your gathering with a FREE The Lost Turkey Printable Board Game, and invite everyone to play!
Thanksgiving Spinning Wheel Craft – Make learning about the First Thanksgiving even more fun with this FREE Thanksgiving spinning wheel craft. Let your kids color and decorate the wheel with four Thanksgiving themed scenes.
Thanksgiving Shape Craft – If you’re looking for a fun and simple craft to do with your little ones. This Mayflower craft incorporates different simple shapes to help them work on shape recognition, scissor skills, and more!
Thanksgiving in Homeschooling – Make sure this year that your children understand the importance of Thanksgiving and why we celebrate it. This post offers four great ways to add learning about Thanksgiving to your homeschooling. Check out the included unit study to help you teach thanksgiving in your homeschool this year.
Free Language Arts & Fine Arts Homeschool Curriculum:
Sight Words for Second Grade – If you’re working on sight words with your early elementary kids, don’t miss these FREE printable worksheets. With several fun activities on each page, they are sure to learn these sight words in no time!
Make Your Own Fork Painting Manger Set – This fork painting of baby Jesus is a great way to practice fine motor skills and the executive function of organizing items.
Writing Doesn’t Have to Be Painful. Make It Fun with This FREE Exercise! – Do you have a reluctant writer? Engaging is key to transforming resistant writers into budding (and willing!) authors. Capture their attention and spark imagination with this free, exciting writing exercise.
Free Math Resources:
Printable Math Graphing Activities – Learning to graph is a great skill that can help kids with their math skills. Use these 9+ printable math graphing activities to help your visual learners with their math skills.
Christmas Lights Pattern Pack – We want our kids to practice math during holiday schooling. They want to play all the time. This Christmas Light math pattern set is sure to please everyone!
Make Your Own Math Manipulatives Kit FREE – Manipulatives make difficult, abstract math concepts tangible and concrete. They also make exploration of math concepts FUN! Make your own Math Manipulatives Kit with these FREE printables!
Free Science & History Homeschool Curriculum:
Elephant Life Cycle Worksheet – The elephant is a fascinating animal. Do your kids know how long an elephant is pregnant? Or how long the baby calf sticks with his/her mama? How long before they move away from the herd to their own “life”? Find all this out and more with these FREE Elephant Life Cycle Worksheets.
Pearl Harbor Unit Study – The attack on Pearl Harbor happened on December 7, 1941 and since then December 7th has become well known to be Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. The story about what happened at Pearl Harbor is a great example of courage. Use this FREE Unit Study to teach your children about this historical day.
How to Study Polar Bears: 20+ Free Resources – Planning a winter animals unit? Learn how to study polar bears with this big list of resources plus grab your free Polar Bear Activity Pack for children ages 5 – 8!
FREE Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day Mini Activity Unit – On December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese. The following day, December 8th, World War II was declared. This mini unit may be a great starting point for a study on World War II, Hawaii, or National Monuments.
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