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This is a weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Carrie from 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.

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Free General Homeschool Curriculum:

21 Things to Do in 2021 – The beginning of the year is always a time to reflect on the previous 12 months and for setting intentions and resolutions for the year to come. Here is a list of 21 things you can do to empower yourself, explore new things, and live your best life in 2021!

Productivity Hacks for Homeschool Moms – Looking to be more productive this year? If you implement these three simple productivity hacks for homeschool moms, then you’ll see increased efficiency in all areas of your life – not just homeschool! You’ll love this free productivity workbook. It will take you through small action steps each day for 25 days as you walk through specific productivity goals.

90+ FREE Lapbooks Listed by Subject – If you have a visual learner, they will love creating lapbooks. You can literally create a lapbook on any subject, book, or topic you desire. Lapbooks are a great way to help children visually see the layout of a book, learn more about an animal, country, and more.

3 Ways Unit Studies Help You Homeschool + FREE Unit Study Planning Pack – Unit studies allow you to focus on one topic (or “unit”) at a time while crossing many developmental domains. Unit studies not only open the door to learning in a unique way, but they also help make homeschooling much easier. Read more to find out how and download your FREE Unit Study Planning Pack today!

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Winter & Holiday Resources & Freebies:

Easy Winter Craft with Free Printable – Are your kids bored sitting inside during these cold, winter days? Using everyday supplies around the house, your little one can create a crystal masterpiece. This is a fun way to incorporate some art into your homeschool while giving them something fun to do!

FREE Winter Weather Printables, Unit Studies and More – You may live where you there is ice and snow every winter, or maybe you get a rare frost or freeze. No matter where you live winter time is a great time to do a unit study on winter weather. Check out these ideas to get you started.

FREE Nature Study for the Winter – Winter can be one of the most memory filled and enjoyable times of the year. Explore this list of books, apps, activities, and unit studies to be used as a Winter Nature unit study. You can also use these resources as an addition to your current science curriculum, or ideas for fun nature walks.

Animals that Hibernate in Winter FREE Printable Coloring Book – Are you learning about animals that hibernate in winter? This are 18 pages in this free coloring book that will be perfect to help you children to remember the different animals that hibernate. Head over now to download yours today!

Colorful Winter Fun Spin Art Snowflake Craft Activity – Although winter may seem gloomy at times, your homeschool doesn’t have to be. Try to add some color with a fun snowflake craft. Your kids will love this colorful snowflake craft using paint and a spin art machine.

FREE Martin Luther King Jr. Crafts – Martin Luther King Jr. was an influential man at the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. Most businesses and schools have the day off of school to celebrate his life that day. A fun way to learn about this great man is by having your kids do some Martin Luther King Jr. crafts.

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Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:

FREE Fun with Animals Play Dough Mats – The animal world is massive and seems to naturally draw the curiosity of children from a very young age. With these FREE Fun with Animals Play Dough Mats, kids can not only have fun, they can learn important information about various types of animals while they do.

FREE Counting Mats – By using counting mats, children will be working on their fine motor development, hand-eye coordination, concentration and maths skills. These free counting mats are a great way for toddlers, pre-schoolers, kindergarteners and even grade 1 and 2 children to learn number recognition, practice counting or for review.

FREE Editable Name Tracing Sheets – Learning to write your name is one of the earliest learning activities you can do. Whether your child is just learning to write their name or just need to improve their handwriting, using editable name tracing is a wonderful way to practice.

FREE Food Sequencing Fun Cut & Paste – Whether your kids enjoy helping you in the kitchen or just enjoy eating what is made there, this FREE Food Sequencing Fun Cut & Paste combines thoughts of yummy food with critical thinking and fine motor skills practice.

Food Sequencing Cut & Paste Activity

Free Bible Resources:

FREE I Corinthians 13 Copywork for Print Practice – God’s Word gives us a standard to measure our definitions against. In one of the most famous chapters in the Bible, Paul explains what love is and what it isn’t. You can help your kids commit this beautiful definition of love to heart with this FREE I Corinthians 13 Copywork.

FREE Copywork from the Sermon on the Mount – The Sermon on the Mount is so packed with truth that we could explore it our entire lives and not comprehend all of it. Help your kids ponder part of this great sermon with this FREE Copywork from the Sermon on the Mount.

FREE Resources About the Global Flood – Do your kids know what the Bible says about the great flood? These free resources about the global flood will help your kids understand what God says about the worldwide flood that was sent to judge sin in the days of Noah.

Free Resources About Intelligent Design – Do your children ever question how humans were made? Or even how the human brain works? Teach your students all about the idea that this world wasn’t happenstance with these free resources about Intelligent Design (ID).

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Free Science & Math Homeschool Curriculum:

FREE Resources for Learning About the Eyes and Sight – Are you learning about the human body in your homeschool? Or maybe you are wanting to teach your children the five senses and dig deeper by doing a unit study on the human eye. When learning about the human eye, you may also want to study vision, and learn more about eye doctors and their careers.

Free Resources for Learning about Robins – Robins are cute, little songbirds in the United States. Snacking on worms, insects, berries, fruit, nuts and seeds, the male birds are brightly colored while the females are plainer. Learn more with these free resources for learning about robins and birds.

FREE Resources to Teach Kids About Energy – Energy is all around us and it is in everything. It is how things change and move and it can take on different forms. It isn’t just having the ability to grow, or run, jump and move, but it can also create some amazing things we use everyday. There are many different types of energy to learn about. Check out these free resources to teach kids about energy in your homeschool.

Free Resources for Learning About Diseases and the Immune System – Are your kids asking questions about diseases and their immune system? These free resources for learning about diseases and the immune system will help your child’s understanding behind the precautions around staying healthy.

Free Farm Resources for Upper Elementary – If you’re learning about farms in your homeschool, bring your older kids along for the ride. These free farm resources for upper elementary kids will help them move away from only learning about farm animals, to learning how farms work, gardening, crop rotation, and more.

Easy Science Experiments for Learning About Astronomy – Science is usually a favorite subject among children because they enjoy doing the science experiments. But complicated experiments can be tricky, which is why you’ll love these easy science experiments to teach your kids about astronomy.

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Free History & Geography Resources:

Free Resources About the Invention of Airplanes – From walking to soaring through the sky on an airplane, we surely have come a long way. These free resources about the invention of airplanes will help your homeschoolers learn all about this amazing invention.

FREE Famous Airplanes Notebooking Research Journal – Mankind has always been fascinated with flying, but it’s only been a little over 100 years since airplanes finally lifted us off the ground. Since then, they’ve been part of exploration, warfare, transportation, and more. Help students learn about 24 famous planes with this FREE Famous Airplanes Notebooking Research Journal.

FREE How to Read Maps Printable Unit – Even in today’s world of GPS and online directions, knowing how to read a map is an important skill. You can help your kids develop these skills while having fun with this FREE How to Read Maps printable unit.

Resources for Learning About Central America – Central America consists of seven countries: El Salvador, Costa Rica, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. These resources for learning about Central America will help your homeschool explore the countries that form a connection between two continents.


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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