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:
Do Your Students Struggle to Study Well? (FREEBIE) – What if your students could decrease their study time, but retain more information and improve their grades? It’s possible with the right habits. Discover 10 strategic habits to more effective studying today!
Homeschool Mompreneur Survival Pack – As a homeschool mompreneur for the past 9+ years, I’ve learned a thing or two about scheduling work and homeschool through the different seasons of life. Get tips and your free Homeschool Mompreneur Survival Pack here!
Emotion Regulation Pages – Learning to manage emotions can be tough for anyone, especially kids. Use these FREE emotion regulation pages to help them navigate the big feelings in a productive way.
Fear of the Lord Scripture Challenge – If you’re looking to add more Bible to your day, use this 30-day challenge to help you become more consistent.
“Embracing Womanhood” Printable Poster for Girls – Our culture is trying to twist and distort womanhood into something it was never designed to be. Help your daughter embrace her God-given roles as a beautiful and beloved woman with this free printable poster!
Kitchen Conversion Chart – Do your kids (or you) get confused when trying to convert measurements while cooking? Use this handy-dandy Kitchen Conversion cheat sheet chart. Post it somewhere that’s easy to reach and see while cooking.
Budget Planner – Living on a budget isn’t always easy. But it is possible when you have a plan. Check out this FREE Budget Planner printable with frugal tips to help you get started.
Peter and the Coin Story Worksheets – Learning the different stories of the Bible can be hard for little ones to keep straight. Help them remember the story about Peter and the Coin with these FREE worksheets.
Introduce Critical Thinking & Debate – Most questions involved in our student’s schoolwork have black and white answers. Answering such questions involves mere memorization rather than critical thought. Help them practice critical thinking with this FREE question-based critical thinking exercise!
Free Winter & Holiday Themed Homeschool Curriculum:
12 Days to the Nativity – Do you want to change the focus of Christmas for your family? You can by changing your focus and spending Christmas at the Nativity. Be sure to download the 12 Days to the Nativity free at the bottom of the post!
Advent Resources for Your Homeschool – Want to make Advent special and meanigful this year? Check out these great Advent resources that are perfect for your homeschool.
Printable, Family Friendly Nativity – Do you need a simple nativity, sturdy enough for tiny, chubby hands to love on and play with? Use this printable to create a family friendly nativity of your own!
Printable Christmas Countdown Tags – A beautiful way to prepare for Christmas is with books! You can grab some from your library or add to your own home book collection with this 25 Days of Christmas Book List. Plus, you can grab some printable countdown tags to go with your books, too.
9 Steps To A More Peaceful Holiday Season – Ideas for homeschooling and parenting through the holidays for a more peaceful holiday season. Learn how to cultivate rest and implement simple activities for children to be involved!
The Nutcracker coloring page – Do you change up your homeschool work to do Christmas School or at least add in some fun, extra holiday activities in December? If not, you should! Here are some ways to experience the Music of Christmas in your homeschool this year, even if you have no time!
Holiday Lesson Plan – After Thanksgiving, it just gets harder and harder to do homeschool lessons through the end of the year, doesn’t it? Let me show you how to replace your regular elementary curriculum with holiday-themed curriculum this December.
Simple Ways For Kids to Share Christmas Kindness – Christmas is about love and a great way to demonstrate love is with kindness. This list of simple acts of Christmas Kindness for kids empowers them to make this Christmas more about giving than getting. Includes a free printable checklist.
Re-Telling The Nativity Story with Play Props, Toy Figures, & Books – Re-telling and acting out a story is an amazing way for kids to practice what they know. Get a full set of play props and a set of paper figures for your kids to re-tell the Nativity story of Christmas; plus check out this list of Christmas Nativity story picture books to read aloud with your kiddos.
Frosty the Snowman Carol Literacy Starter Pack – Struggling to keep those literacy lessons going during this crazy time of year? Instead of fighting the holiday spirit, how about leaning into it? Learn How to Use Christmas Carols as a Simple and Effective Literacy Activity. Free printable included.
Homeschooling through the Holidays guide – Holiday homeschooling can be so much fun when you take a relaxed approach! Learn how to put together your own Christmas unit study with these ideas and resources for every subject. Simple, no stress learning!
Gifts of Service Advent Calendar – Acts of kindness make a difference! Download this FREE Gifts of Service Advent Calendar to help teach your kids kindness and serving others this holiday season.
31 Outdoor Christmas Activities for Families – How many hours does your family spend outdoors in the winter? If you’re looking for Christmas activities and fresh air too, you’ll love these ideas and a free printable calendar of 31 Outdoor Christmas activities for Families!
Gingerbread Bookmark – This cute gingerbread house bookmark is a fun craft which children can make to use as a bookmark to help encourage reading this festive season.
A Celebration of the Season Activity eBook – FREE 110+ page Thanksgiving and Christmas Activity e-Book! Activities including a Christmas Around the World section, math, science, phonics, and writing printables, homemade gift ideas, crafts, and MUCH more.
Free Early Learning Resources:
Fun Preschool Counting Activities with Sheep – Have you ever told your kids to count sheep when they’re trying to get to sleep? Hopefully these adorable sheep counting printables won’t put them to sleep, but help them smile while they learn!
Transportation Color by Number – Whether you have a transportation fan or you just want to give them some extra counting and coloring practice, these printables are a fun way to do both.
Animal Printable Activities – Do your little ones love animals? Then you’ll love all these adorable Animal Printables and Activities. Head over now to check them out.
Letter G Book – Working on learning the letter “G” this week? Grab this fun and FREE printable booklet to help your little ones master this letter and it’s sounds!
Strawberry Pie Counting Mat – Did someone say “Strawberry Pie!” I’ve never had it, but it sure sounds good, doesn’t it? Download these simple Strawberry Pie themed counting mats to help your little ones with more than just counting.
Letter A Coloring Pages – Want some fun coloring pages for your little ones as they work on the letter A or as a fun review? Head over to print these and get coloring!
Letter Tracing Pages – Your little ones will have a great time finding the letter on each of these pages as well as practicing their upper and lower case letters. All you have to do it download, print, and go!
Letter H for Hippo – Are you learning about the letter “h” with your little ones? Then head over and download these fun activity pages about the hippo.
Letter K Worksheets – Kangaroos and keys are letter K words your little ones should know. Help them work on letter recognition and fine motor skills while adding in some extra writing practice with these FREE worksheets.
Firefighter Easy Reader – Do you kids know about firefighters? Use this simple easy reader to help them work on beginning reading skills as they learn about these community servants.
Panda Preschool Worksheets – Working on the letter “P” with your early learners? These Panda themed activity worksheets are a great way to help little ones learn about a new animal and work on the letter ‘p’.
Free Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum:
50+ Free One-Sentence Writing Prompts (Fun Story Starters!) – When it comes to writing, sometimes starting is the hardest part. Make it easier with these free & fun one-sentence writing prompts. Includes weekly writing prompts for an entire year!
FREE Grammar Review Packs – Do your kids struggle with grammar? Do they need extra practice but find it boring? Give these two FREE printable review packs a try! Through fun activities, sayings, and practice sheets, they will master grammar skills in no time!
Writing a Letter – Do your kids know how to write a letter to friends and family? I know most people text, video chat, or maybe leave a voicemal, but the art of letter writing is an important one to learn too. Here are some great tips to teach them and a FREE template to help too!
Koala Themed Bookmarks – Have an avid reader? Need more bookmarks? Printable bookmarks are a great way to help kids keep track of their readings. These even have lines to make notes or whatever you want! Laminate them to use longer.
Sentence Writing Worksheets – Learning to write a sentence can be hard for some children. Use these practice worksheets to encourage them to work on proper sentence structure instead of writing run-ons or fragments.
Thailand Worksheets – If you’re ready to learn about different countries, don’t miss these FREE Thailand printable worksheets. Kids can learn about the country via a map and their culture through costumes and national symbols.Subtraction Practice Worksheets – Whether your child struggles with subtraction or not, extra practice can only help them improve. Be sure to download these extra worksheets to help them work on subtraction skills for numbers one through ten.
Free Coloring Pages:
Jellyfish Coloring Pages – If you’ve ever visited the ocean, your kids may have been curious about jellyfish. My kids are fascinated with them and know to watch out anytime we head to the beach. Whether you’re learning about the ocean or your kids just find them “cute” (from a distance), these FREE jellyfish coloring pages would be a fun addition to your homeschool day.
2023 Calendar Coloring Page – Can you believe we are already planning for 2023? If you want to get a jump on things, head over to download your own colorable calendar pages for 2023.
Zoo Color by Number – Coloring by number is a great way to help kids work on number recognition as well as fine motor skills while coloring. Whether they like animals, you’re taking a trip to the zoo, or they just love coloring, these pages are a must have.
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