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.
Free General Homeschool Curriculum:
First Day of School Printables – Whether this is your first year homeschooling or the start of a new grade level, make it memorable. Use these printables to help you get started on your own traditions.
Summer Goals Printable Worksheet – It’s not too late to make some summer goals for the last few weeks of sunshine. Download this free summer goals worksheet to get started.
How to Create a Homeschool Transcript (FREE Editable Transcript) – With something as important and official as a high school transcript, it can feel overwhelming or intimidating to create your own, but it doesn’t have to be. If your child is nearing or entering high school, use this guide and download our free templates to create a transcript made to impress!
FREE Resources for Sun Safety – If your kids spend summers (or anytime) outdoors, it is important to educate them on the safety of spending time in the sun. Check out these free resources to get you started.
Early Learning Freebies:
Preschool Binder Activities – Having a preschool binder is a great way to get your little ones started on a morning routine and foster independent learning. If you’re looking to add preschool binders to your homeschool morning routine, don’t miss this HUGE list of printable activities!
Hey Diddle Diddle Pop-Up Story Sequencing Cards – This free nursery rhyme sequencing activity features the Hey Diddle Diddle rhyme in a fun pop-up card format. Making it a fun and hands-on way for kids to practice story sequencing.
FREE Printable Desserts Activity Pre-K Pack – This desserts activity pack has fun activities that include handwriting, matching, fine motor skills, riddles, and drawing fun. There is a counting page for up to 15, simple enough for preschoolers and fun review for kindergarteners. There are also three pages of dessert themed drawing prompts. This freebie is full of summer treat fun.
FREE Pat-A-Cake Sequencing Pop-Up Card – Kids love to play Pat-A-Cake. The pop-up element of this nursery rhyme card provides a fun hands-on way to practice story sequencing while reciting the Pat-A-Cake Rhyme.
FREE Printable I Spy Summer Coloring Pages – Do you need something to help your child’s eye coordination? If so, these I Spy coloring pages for summer are just what you need to help your child practice.
Free Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum:
FREE Space Themed Writing Prompts Packs (Beginner & Elementary) – Our solar system is such as magnificent wonder and displays the beautiful handiwork of our Creator. These themed creative writing printables include a place to draw and illustrate the creative writing prompt. Download yours FREE today!
FREE Pioneer Writing Prompts for Homeschool – Pioneer stories of the wild frontier continue to intrigue families everywhere. The writing prompts include topics on the Oregon Trail, the language of friendship, pioneer families, the pioneer home atmosphere and more. Incorporate in your child’s writing skills the different pioneer staples like wagons, log cabins, and adventures on the American frontier with these FREE prompts.
FREE Ocean-Themed Writing Prompts for Kids – Whether you have a child who struggles to write or a child who can’t find enough to write about, writing prompts are a great way to engage their creativity and encourage them. These FREE Ocean-Themed Writing Prompts for Kids include 10 fun prompts to get their imaginations going!
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 Math Resources:
Economics Printables and Worksheets for Elementary – Starting economics even at an early age can help you introduce your child to the concepts from the very basics. Starting the foundation early-on can make future, more complex economics more understandable. These economics printables and worksheets for elementary will help.
FREE Digital and Analog Clock Practice Unit – Clocks are all around us, and they come in many styles and formats. Help students make the connection between digital and analog clocks with this FREE Digital and Analog Clock Practice Unit.
FREE Division Practice with Superheroes – Division can be a tough skill to master. Let these superheroes help your kids learn this skill and sharpen their math super powers! With this FREE Division Practice with Superheroes unit, kids can practice division tables 1-12, word problems, and more.
FREE Fractions Worksheets for Upper Elementary – If you are learning fractions in your homeschool, you will see that as your children get older, the fractions get trickier and trickier. This is where providing supplemental worksheets can be very useful in helping them to understand and retain what they are learning. Check out this list of freebies to get you started.
Free Science Homeschool Curriculum:
FREE Human Body Systems Vocabulary Copywork – Our bodies are amazing collections of parts! There are the parts we see, of course, like our arms and legs, but there are also dozens of important internal organs that make up our body systems. If you’ve ever struggled with how to help your child remember which organs do what jobs, download the Human Body Systems Vocabulary Copywork!
FREE Plant Terminology Copywork Notebook – The world of plants is vast, and it’s full of terminology that kids need to understand as they progress through their study of science. This plant terminology copywork notebook looks at 20 plant-related terms and gives students a way to practice their handwriting while learning each one.
FREE Rock Terminology Copywork Notebook – The study of rocks can be a fascinating journey and an exciting look at what’s on the ground and under the ground. From basic definitions of what makes a rock, element, or crystal to more specific terms such as extrusive or intrusive igneous rock, they’ll review familiar terms and learn new ones with this FREE Rock Terminology Copywork Notebook.
FREE Flood Terminology Vocabulary Copywork Notebook – Help students go beyond the basics and understand the vocabulary of floods with this new FREE Flood Terminology Vocabulary Copywork Notebook. From recurrence interval and sediment to seiche and spillway, they can go deeper with their understanding of floods.
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 Geography Resources:
Resources for Learning About China – When we think about China, we think about a country full of culture, vibrance, exotic traditions, beautiful architecture, and unique customs. Whether you are conducting a China Unit Study in your homeschool or assigning a research project, these excellent resources for learning about China will provide you with all you need.
FREE Geography Terminology Copywork Notebook – Do your kids know the difference between latitude and longitude? Do they know what the earth’s axis is or where to find the Prime Meridian? Can they locate the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn? If you’re not sure they are comfortable with the language of maps, grab this FREE Geography Terminology Copywork Notebook.
FREE Landform Printables – If you have been able to get out and enjoy special landmarks or attractions in your area, these FREE printables can help with extended learning from exploring these places. They can be used as an introduction or a review of landforms or as part of a larger geography unit.
Free History Homeschool Curriculum:
Free Resources About the Old West – Your kids will find it fun and interesting to study a western-theme and Old West history in your homeschool. Check out these free resources about the Old West to go alongside your lessons on western expansion and history.
Free Printables and Unit Studies About Famous Athletes – Sports aren’t for all children, but some kids love them. If your child is into sports, build on their interests with these free printables and unit studies about famous athletes.
FREE Resources About the Global Flood – If you include Bible in your homeschool studies, your kids have likely asked about the global flood. Use 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.
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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