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 Homeschool Resources & Freebies:
Days of the Week Chalkboard – Are you working on learning the days of the week with your young learners? This fun, printable chalkboard page makes a handy cheat sheet to help them remember.
Months of the Year Chalkboard – My kids learned their months of the year with a fun song. But they still need to see the words written out so they can recognize them. Use this simple printable page to hang up and reference.
Save the Earth Coloring Pages – Do your kids know how to help keep the earth clean, aside from not litering? These simple coloring pages are great way to show kids just how much they can do at any age.
Need to Bulk Up Your Pantry Without Busting the Budget? – This free food storage plan walks you through what to purchase on a week-by-week basis to build up a one-year food supply on a budget!
Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:
Penguin Counting Mats – Have you ever used counting mats? They are a fun and simple way to help kids work on their counting skills, skip counting, and more!
Ladybug Shape Tracing – Do your little ones know all their shapes? Use these FREE printable ladybug pages to help them practice tracing shapes while working on their fine motor skills. These would make a fun companion to a spring unit!
Ocean Animal Kindergarten Worksheets – Little ones are fascinated by ocean animals, even if they are scared of them. Help them learn a little more about them while practicing their own skills with these FREE printable worksheets.
Summer is Here! Ice Cream Tot & PreK-K Pack – As the normal homeschool year comes to an end for many, and summer is just around the corner, that doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. In fact, there are many ways you can use the summertime to keep your kids learning in a fun and exciting way. Check out this free Ice Cream Tot & Pre-K-K Pack!
Alphabet Dot to Dot Worksheets – Work on counting skills and letter recognition with these FREE printable Alphabet Dot to Dot worksheets.
Rainbow Sight Words – Make learning sight words less boring with these rainbow themed activities. Head over to learn how and print your own today!
Alphabet Writing Practice Pages – Little ones need lots of practice to master their handwriting skills. These FREE printable alphabet writing pages are a great way to help them.
Preschool Letter Tracing – Learning to write their letters requires quite a bit of fine motor skills. These FREE printable letter tracing pages are perfect for preschoolers to improve their fine motor skills.
Letter G for Grapes – Learning about the letter “G”? Head over and download these FREE printable worksheets all about the letter.
ABC Planet Matching – Are your kids fascinated with space and the planets? Use these FREE printable cards to help them work on uppercase and lowercase letter recognition!
Free History, Language Arts, & Fine Arts Resources:
Get a Full Year of One-Sentence Writing Prompts (Free!) – 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!
Under the Sea Word Searches – Do your kids like word searches? Not only are they fun, they are also a great way to help kids work on spelling and even sight words. Head over to download these “under the sea” themed word searches.
Word Scramble Games – Have you ever played word scramble games? My kids used to love playing them while working on their spelling words. They’re also great for older kids (and adults) to work on their vocabulary.
Free Science and Math Homeschool Curriculum:
Planet Rocket Matching Addition – Helping kids memorize their math facts will help them later down the road. So why not make it fun instead of boring? Give these Plant Rocket matching addition cards a try!
Bald Eagle Cycle of Life Worksheets – The Bald Eagle is the National Bird of the United States. If you’ve ever seen one in person, or been lucky enough to see them flying through the air, they are majestic. Use these FREE printable life cycle worksheets to help your kids learn all about this iconic symbol.20 Addition Pages – Looking for some extra practice on math facts this summer? Use these 20 pages of addition practice to help your kids work on their math facts for 10-99!
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Forest Rose says
Wonderful list of homeschool curriculum! Thanks for sharing!
You’re so welcome! -Jordan, MSM Team
Carrie Smith says
Thank you so much for rounding these up! We have a lot of fun with them!
Yay! You’re very welcome! I’m glad you find them so fun! -Jordan, MSM Team
I need a English 4 high school curriculum. Do u know of one with a good teachers book
one year, maybe last year, you had featured a printable map for each country or continent. the focus of the blog was on Africa. and you were able to print out the whole continent on like 11 pages. do you have a link for printing out the world?
I am interested in 10 th grade and 9tthgrade and pre k curriculum
Any free music lessons or activities, ty
Allison Gaylord says
Where can I find the piggybank printable?
Unfortunately, we update this list every week, so the freebies change. I’m sorry that old Pinterest pin is still floating around! But you can find that printable over HERE. Hope that helps! -Meg, MSM Team
Jenny Woodward says
I truly appreciate that you round these up each and every week. What a gift. Thank you.
You’re so welcome! We are so happy to help! -Jordan, MSM Team
Johanna Henderson says
Great list!! I really like the History one about Declaration of Independence.
I found a fabulous free curriculum from the Good and beautiful. It is theLanguage Arts PDF Course Set: Levels 1-5. I also found a Marine Biology course I could download for free. I have used Good and Beautiful for the last years and have really loved it for my kiddos 🙂
Thanks for sharing! -Jordan, MSM Team
Is there more stuff for late middle school/ early high school. My youngest and last kid is in the 8th grade but in some subjects he is more advanced.
We update this list weekly, so be sure to check back each week and see if there’s something that’s a better fit for your kids! 🙂 -Meg, MSM Team
Eva Marie says
CK-12 flexbooks! It’s an open education resource (OER) that is fantastic. It can help you put together a thorough, rigorous, and fun curriculum. We use it especially for science. Another favorite of ours for science is thehomescientist.com; free chemistry and biology lab manuals.
Great list! Thanks!
You’re so welcome! -Jordan, MSM Team