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Free Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 25 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.

BIG List of Free Homeschool Curriculum

General Homeschooling Freebies:

Learn to Make Your Own Printables For FREE – If you use printable resources in your homeschool, then you’ll want to check out this FREE introductory lesson on creating your own printables. Save time and money when you create your own!

FREE Nativity Puzzles & Activity Pack – What a fun way to introduce and talk about the Nativity with your kids. This FREE Nativity Puzzles and Activity pack includes crosswords, word scrambles, word searches, Sudoku and more all with a nativity theme!

FREE Jesse Tree Advent for Preschool-3rd Grade (Limited Time!) – If your family loves using the Jesse Tree for Advent, then you’ll love this early learning guide with additional activities. Check it out and get yours FREE for a Limited Time only!

FREE Nativity Themed Coloring Pages – During the Christmas season, keep your family focused on Jesus and his birth with these FREE Nativity themed coloring pages. This set includes 15 pages in four different levels so there’s something for all ages!

70+ Christmas Themed Educational Games for Kids – Whether you are attending a Christmas party with your kids, or just adults, sometimes it can be fun to play a few holiday-themed party games. It doesn’t take a lot of money, just a few household supplies and a printer to make these games come to life! There are a ton of FREE printable ones in this list that your kids are sure to love!

FREE Nativity Placemats – December can be a crazy month and before you know it, it’s gone. That’s why I like to incorporate fun learning activities in to our every day life, to make it a little easier. These FREE printable Nativity placemats are perfect for any lunch or family dinner where you need (or want) the kids to be occupied!

FREE Polar Express Worksheets and Unit Studies – Do your kids love the “Polar Express” movie? Why not add some fun unit studies and activities to their favorite movie for a fun and unique learning experience.

Polar Express Printables

Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum

FREE Nativity Tot & PreK-K Pack {34 pages} – With Christmas just around the corner, little ones will love working through this FREE Nativity themed pack perfect for toddlers thru kindergarten. Inside you’ll find wall word cards, prewriting practice, clip cards, coloring pages, beginning sound cards, read/trace/build/write pages, graphing practice and much more!

FREE Community Helpers Printables – If you are putting together your own preschool or early learning unit study style curriculum you will want to make sure that you include community helpers as one of your topics or themes. You will not want to miss out on teaching your children about community helpers with these FREE printables.

FREE Nativity Playdough Mats – Little ones will love working on their fine motor skills during your Advent studies with these FREE Nativity Playdough Mats. This set includes 4 letters and number mats 1-10.

Nativity Emergent Readers {4 Levels} – Since most of your little ones can’t read the nativity story in the Bible, you can use these FREE Nativity Emergent Readers to include them in your Advent readings! This set includes four different levels for beginners (sight words) to more advanced readers too!

FREE All About Me Winter Activity Sheets – 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. These are the perfect addition to your winter homeschool or during a day when you just need a little break.

All About Me Free Homeschool Curriculum

Free Language Arts, Foreign Language & Fine Arts Curriculum:

FREE Christmas Reading Passages – These printables help kids to create a well-written story ending and draw what they visualize. When kids finish writing they cut out a sticker and glue it to the advent calendar. Kids collect stickers for all 25 stories plus one bonus story! Get yours FREE today!

FREE Nativity Notebooking Pages {55 pages} – Learning about the different people and activities that happened at the birth of Christ is an imporatnt part of Christmas. Use these FREE Nativity themed notebooking pages to help your kids write out what they learn and/or know about each during the month of December.

FREE WordUp! Flash Cards – Make learning Greek and Latin roots fun and easy with these FREE WordUp! Flash Cards. They are perfect for review on the go, for practice away from the computer screen, and for storing in notebooks or portfolios.

Nativity Writing Activities FREE Printable Pack – Whether you’re doing an Advent study or you just want to add some fun to your Christmas school, these FREE printable Nativity Writing Activities are the perfect addition! Inside you’ll find writing prompts and copywork in several different levels.

Resources for Teaching Music Vocabulary – From a very young age, children can learn many concepts and basic skills through music and its application. Knowing how helpful music can be to your children in their educational journey, these resources for teaching music vocabulary can be the next step.

How to Teach Your Kids a Second Language at Home + FREE checklist and video series – Would you like your kids to learn a foreign language, but you’re not sure where to even start? Maybe you don’t know a foreign language and you’re wondering how to help them if you’re not fluent. Find out in this FREE video series and don’t forget the FREE checklist.

Resources for Teaching the Classics – Whether you already teach the classics in your homeschool, or you are trying to figure out how to start, these resources will help! You’ll find tips and ideas for how to get started, what to teach when and more, as well as FREE printable resources to use.

Free Literature Classics Homeschool Curriculum

Free Science and Current Events Curriculum:

Printables to Help Your Kids Learn About Lizards – There are over 5,000 species of lizards around the world. If you are exploring species this year, then grab these printables to help your kids learn all about lizards. They are pretty cool.

The 2020 Presidential Election: A Homeschooler’s Guide & Free Unit Study – The 2020 American presidential election is a perfect opportunity to add civics, government, and current events to your homeschool lessons and family discussions. Use this FREE printable unit study to help you get started now!

Free Character & Bible Resources:

FREE Printable Bible Charades, Vol. 2 – Color & Black/White – This set of 16 FREE Printable Bible Charades is a great way to have fun as a family while you learn more about the Bible. Kids (and adults!) can act out events in the Bible such as Noah building the ark, Joseph’s brothers putting him into a pit, Moses parting the Red Sea, Samson growing strong, Jesus feeding the people, Judas receiving money and much more!

FREE Bible Study Tools for Older Students – It’s important for our tweens and teens to learn how to read and study the Bible on their own separate from their parents, siblings and the regular, everyday homeschool Bible time. Use these FREE Bible Study Tools to help your older students get in to a routine. And don’t forget the FREE Instant Download.

FREE Beatitudes Poster – Color or Black/White – The Beatitudes are more than simply beautiful words. They are a new way of living life, a way to experience the kingdom life Jesus alone offers. Help your family keep these words on their mind and in their heart with this FREE Beatitudes Poster.

FREE Bible Story Sequencing Cut and Paste – Cut and paste activities are fun ways to engage little hands while kids discover more about God’s Word. With this FREE Bible Story Sequencing Cut and Paste, kids can cut out 3-5 images from a Bible story and then paste them on the worksheets in the proper order.

Free Bible Stories

Free History & Geography Curriculum:

FREE American History Go Fish Cards Template – This FREE American History Go Fish Cards Template is a perfect tool for creating games you can enjoy with kids of any age. The best part is that it is completely editable and customizable. Studying the presidents – make your own cards. Studying the Revolutionary War – make your own cards. The sky’s the limit with this printable template.

FREE People of Ancient Greece Notebooking – From Archimedes and Aristotle to Euclid and Herodotus, ancient Greece was full of people whose legacies continue to impact us today. Discover 50 of these famous individuals with this FREE People of Ancient Greece Notebooking unit.

FREE 100+ Page Middle Ages Resource – LIMITED TIME – The Middle Ages is HUGE, but we can help you make it a little less intimidating for your students with the Story of the Middle Ages Coloring Book, Volume 1. Get them FREE for a Limited Time only!

FREE State History Timeline Resource Plus Cheat Sheets – The transformation of the United States from thirteen colonies to a nation of fifty states is an exciting one. Help your kids create a timeline of when each state became a state with this FREE State History Timeline Resource.

Free State History Homeschool Curriculum

Carrie has been homeschooling for over a decade and loves to share FREE homeschooling 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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