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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. Don’t forget to check out all of the exclusive freebies over at www.homeschoolgiveaways.com.

Free Homeschool Curriculum

Free General Homeschool Curriculum:

Printable 2021 Homeschool Calendar – Spending quality time with family is one of the best ways to create memorable experiences. Use this list of fun-filled, family activities each month with this free 2021 calendar to keep your family focused on what matters most.

FREE Report Card and Progress Report Templates – Report cards and progress reports can be powerful tools for encouraging students and helping them see where they have grown and advanced. These FREE Report Card and Progress Report Templates include room for more than just grades.

Resources and Printables about Dragons – Whether you’re studying the Middle Ages, mythology, or your kids just like dragons, Appreciate a Dragon Day is coming up on January 16th. Be sure to check out some of these resources and printables about dragons!

Tin Can Crafts for Kids – If you’ve got a plethora of canned food you can cook, then you’ll want to check out these tin can crafts for kids. And now is the perfect time to pull them out and plan a craft day to celebrate National Tin Can Day on January 19th. Join in the fun and have a craft day!

Organizing Your Homeschool for the New Year Using Trello – If you’ve tried all the paper planner options and they just haven’t worked for you, then consider going digital in your planning this year. Here are three key areas for organizing homeschool for the new year using Trello.

Resources for Teaching Your Kids About Braille – Braille is a six-dot finger-tip reading system with sixty-four possible combinations that represent alphabetic and numerical symbols using those six dots. The dots even can represent musical, mathematical, and scientific symbols. Teach your kids about this amazing sensory reading system with these resources!

Resources for Internet Safety – Doesn’t this topic just grab your attention when you think of children and what is available on the world wide web? We must do all we can to keep our children safe, and these resources for Internet safety can help you to keep them safe on the net.

Internet Safety Resources

Winter Themed Resources & Freebies:

FREE Arctic Animals Printables and Resources – Winter is the perfect time to learn about animals that live in these colder temperatures all year long. Use these FREE Arctic Animals printables and resources to help them learn more about these amazing animals that survive in subzero temperatures worldwide.

FREE All About Me Winter Activity Sheets – Do your kids love being creative? Now your kids can record their favorite parts of winter while they create characters that look like them with these FREE All About Me Winter Activity Sheets. Download yours absolutely FREE today.

FREE Resources, Crafts, and Printables About Penguins – If you like to do seasonal unit studies, penguins are fun to learn about during the winter time. Since they live in such a cold climate normally, winter is a great time to do a themed unit on these fascinating animals.

Free Winter STEM Projects – Whether you live in a cold or warm climate, you can still take advantage of winter-themed learning. And STEM projects are the the perfect activity to get your kids excited about learning, even if they’re stuck inside. Check out this list of FREE Winter STEM Projects to get started today.

Free Winter Stem Homeschool Curriculum

Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:

FREE Preschool Shapes Matching Cards – Shapes are all around us, making up bits and pieces of the amazing world that your preschoolers are learning about as they play and explore. Help them learn the names of eleven common shapes and see a few of the places they might be able to spot them with these FREE Preschool Shapes Matching Cards.

Easy and Fun DIY Sensory Bins for Early Learners – When you’re a homeschool mom, you know the challenge of keeping toddlers busy and out of trouble while you help the older ones with school. A great solution for this is creating DIY Sensory Bins. Here are some benefits of sensory play and some ideas to get you started.

FREE Preschool Letter Sounds Matching Cards – Unlocking the sounds letters make is the key to reading! Help your preschooler learn to match letters and their sounds with these FREE Preschool Letter Sounds Matching Cards. Both a black and white and color version are included.

FREE Initial Letter Sounds Activities – When you’re a beginning reader, there is a lot to learn! From writing letters to letter sounds to combining them into words. Help making learning to read more fun with these ready-to-print FREE Initial Letter Sounds Activities.

Tons of FREE Counting Printables – Teaching young kids how to count can be done in many different ways. You can use songs and repetition, or toys and small items. If you’re needing some inspiration, ideas, or just like freebies, don’t miss these list of Tons of FREE Counting Printables.

Free Counting Printables

Free Science & Math Resources:

Free Polar Bear Printables Activity Pack – Are your kids fascinated by Arctic animals? Maybe it’s because they are an elusive creature that very few see in the wild (or zoo for that matter). Or because they appear to be majestic, I’m not sure. But your little ones can learn all about them in this free polar bear printables activity pack.

FREE Insect Nature Study Fact Cards – Help your students learn interesting facts about 35 amazing insects with this set of Charlotte-Mason style FREE Insect Nature Cards. They’ll learn about insects as small as a fraction of an inch to “monster” insects such as the Hercules beetle, a type of rhinoceros beetle.

3 Ways to Teach Astronomy to Homeschoolers – Teaching astronomy to your homeschoolers can be a fun and exciting time. Use these ideasand the free 2021 Calendar of Celestial Events to start learning some amazing facts about the vastness of our sky this year!

13 Movies & Shows for Kids All About Mathematics – Do you have a child that dislikes math? Maybe you have one that enjoys it? Either way, math is a part of our everyday world. Use these movies and shows all about mathematics to help them see just how valuable it is.

movies and shows about math

Free History & Geography Homeschool Curriculum:

FREE Hands-On Timeline of the 1920s – Reading books for hours on end or doing worksheets isn’t for every child, but it’s still vitally important that they understand and get a firm grasp on history. Instead of worksheets, kids can enjoy some hands-on history with this FREE Hands-On Timeline of the 1920s.

January Calendar: Famous People Activities – January is bursting with newness! It’s so refreshing to get back into a good routine or add a new one. Spice up their learning by incorporating famous people born in January. Use the Celebrate Famous People January calendar and have fun learning about just a few of the people born in January.

Resources for Learning About Chile – Are you studying the continent of South America in your school year? Maybe you’re looking for an interesting country to study with your homeschoolers? These resources for learning about Chile will be a great place to start.

FREE Caves Around the World Notebook – Caves can be exciting, incredible, wondrous, and even dangerous. They are also amazing worlds full of features you can see nowhere else on Earth. Help your students explore 43 caves from the safety of home with this FREE Caves Around the World Notebook.

FREE Presidents Puzzles and Research Unit – Learning about the Presidents of the United States can be fun, but it can be hard to find activities that teach about what some of the lesser-studied presidents, such as James K. Polk and Zachary Taylor, accomplished. Help your students have fun and learn about these men with this FREE Presidents Puzzles and Research Unit.

free Presidents homeschool curriculum

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.

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