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:
Animal Bookmarks – If you are heading out to a Valentine’s Day party with homeschool friends, these FREE printable animal books would make the perfect cards! All you need to do is download and print them out!
Spot the Difference Pages – Do you remember the old Highlights magazines with the “spot the difference” pictures? They used to be one of my favorite ways to pass the time waiting at the doctors office. Now you can print your own and your kids can do them at home for all four seasons!
The Essential Guide to Homeschool Methods – The Essential Guide to Homeschool Methods will help you figure out the best homeschooling styles and curriculum for your family in this season.
Homeschool Attendance Tracker – 4 ideas for taming the paper clutter and getting organized in your homeschool this year. Bonus: grab an attendance tracker keeping track of your school days.
100+ Online Courses for Your Homeschool – Online courses are opening up so many opportunities for homeschoolers to take classes they never were able to in the past. Head over today to download the 100+ Online Courses for Homeschoolers: The Ultimate Guide for Homeschool Success.
Goal Setting for Kids Worksheet Pack – Have you taught your students how to set goals for homeschool learning? Start strong in 2023 – learn how to teach goal-setting in your homeschool and grab this free goal setting for kids worksheet pack.
Cooking Challenge Printables – There are so many different skills that children can learn while spending time in the kitchen. Make learning to cook fun for kids with these fun cooking challenges printables, while developing their culinary skills.
Critical Thinking Curriculum Guide – Snag the logic & critical thinking guide utilizing multiple lessons that are direct, concise, and help students relate concepts to their daily lives.
FREE Lesson – Teach Your Children Critical Thinking Skills – Will your students recognize truth? Teach your children to think critically from a Biblical worldview as they explore the history of ideas. Get the first lesson of Philosophy Adventure FREE! Ideal for students 6th-12th grade.
7 Ways to Organize Notes & Study Materials Effectively – Need to help your student organize their study materials better? Discover our best tips (and 7 different methods) for keeping all that paperwork neat and orderly.
Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:
Letter K Coloring Pages – Are you working on the letter K with your little learners? Don’t miss these fun coloring by number pages all about the letter K.
Fig Newton Coloring Page – Did you know that January 16th was National Fig Newton day? Do you remember eating those “cookies” as a kid? I don’t like figs, but oh man – I love Fig Newton cookies! If your family loves them too, head over to download this fun coloring page and learn a fun fact or two as well.
Princess Coloring Pages – Do you have a princess fan in your home? These adorable and FREE coloring pages are the perfect “keep busy” activity for princess fans of all ages. Head over to download yours today.
Winter Coloring Pages – Whether you’re a fan of cold, winter days or not, these FREE winter-themed coloring pages make a fun addition to any homeschool morning. Use them alongside your favorite winter story for added fun.
Community Helpers Coloring Pages – Are you learning about community helpers in your homeschool? It is one of the more popular units for little ones to help them learn about and recognize those who help in their community. Add these fun coloring pages to your unit as a fun daily activity or to make their own booklet to keep! They include simple handwriting practice too!
Free Winter & February Resources:
Winter Scavenger Hunts – Do you struggle to keep your kids active and engaged during the winter months? If so, you’ll love this HUGE list of Winter Staycation ideas perfect for those cold days and download the FREE Winter Scavenger Hunts too.
Groundhog Day Activities – Do you get up and wait for the groundhog to pop out of his hole? Even if you don’t get up early, you can still learn about this fun holiday with these simple and FREE learning activity pages.
Chinese New Year Bookmarks – Are you celebrating the Chinese New Year with your kids? Even if you don’t, it is a fascinating celebration to study a different culture. Be sure to grab these FREE printable bookmarks to color while you’re at it!
Winter Foraging Journal – Winter Foraging: Wild Foods to Gather as a Family! Learn about the best winter foods to gather when you spend time together outdoors during winter. Plus, grab your free Winter Woods Foraging Journal for Kids.
Free Fine Arts & Math Homeschool Curriculum:
Hymn Lyrics Sheets – It’s true! You don’t have to provide private music lessons for your kids in order to give them an excellent music education! See 6 Ways to Teach Music in Your Homeschool Without Private Music Lessons.
Apple Counting – Have you ever used ten frames to help your little ones with their counting skills? These apple themed ten frames would make a fun addition to any apple unit study or just as added practice.
Candy Bar Fractions – Who doesn’t love a good candy bar, right? Unfortunately, these aren’t the kind you can eat. But they can make learning and practicing math facts just as sweet! Head over now to download yours absolutely FREE today!
Free Language Arts Resources:
Informational Text Passages Sample Pack – Because students will be reading informational text for their entire lives, they need to know how to do it quickly and accurately and that takes practice. See these simple strategies on how to get that done. Free printables included!
Learning Nouns – Do your students know what nouns are? Some of them are easy to spot and remember, while others (ideas) can be a little trickier. These printable worksheets for learning all about nouns are great for extra practice too!
Marshmallow Sight Words – Are you working on sight words with your young readers? Give these adorable Marshmallow sight words worksheets a try to help them improve their reading skills.
The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Phonics – Phonics isn’t rocket science. You don’t need a degree to teach it, and you’re not going to mess it up. Phonics is simply the ‘key’ to the code we call reading. Follow these simple directions to show your child how to ‘decode’ the English language.
Developmental Milestones of Language – Are your worried about your child’s language development? Does your 24 month old only have a few words? Ditch the mom guilt if you are having doubts or concerns about your own child’s speech and language development and read this to find out what to do.
My First Book Report – Want to encourage a lifelong love of reading in your kids? Start with these picture book classics that they’ll want to read again and again! You can also download a free printable book report sheet that will help them share their thoughts on their favorite books.
Valentine’s Day Reading Challenge – Could your kids use some motivation to get some extra reading in? Try this Valentine’s Day Reading Challenge! Grab my free printable game board, stock up on some Valentine’s-themed books, and have fun reading this month!Food Word Scramble – Have you ever tried word scrambles with your kids? These food-themed word scrambles are a fun way to work on spelling and sounding out words – while not being overly frustrating since they include a picture for help. Download yours today for some extra fun and practice.
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