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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.

Free Homeschool Curriculum

Free Seasonal & Holiday Homeschool Curriculum:

Fall Scavenger Hunts for Your Homeschool – Fall is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy nature with your kids. If you’re ready to get outside and enjoy the cool, crisp air, print some of these Fall Scavenger Hunts to take along!

FREE Camping Resources for Your Next Family Trip – Is your family going camping this fall? Whether you’re camping in your backyard, taking a week-long camping trip, or longer, you’ll love these camping themed resources.

FREE Pilgrims Resources {Printables, Activities & More} – Do your kids know about the Pilgrims? How they affected and shaped our country’s history? Check out these resources all about pilgrims to create a fun unit study this year.

FREE Spelling and Coloring Pack for Autumn – The fall is a great time to be outside with your homeschool kids. Even though it is a great time to get out and explore nature, learning doesn’t have to stop. This FREE Autumn spelling and coloring pack will help your kids get some seasonal spelling and coloring practice in homeschool.

FREE Printable Fall Word Search Sets for Kids – Not all of your fall homeschool resources have to take your homeschool outside. There are bound to be rainy days or days with the sniffles or lazy days. These FREE easy fall word search printables for kids is perfect for your indoor fall time.

FREE Fall Unit Study and Fall Activities for Early Learners – Early learners respond very well to lesson on the seasons. Add in some of these fall-themed activities to create a unit study for your early learners.

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Free Geography Resources:

Free Resources on Famous World Landmarks – Visiting world landmarks are one of the greatest parts of traveling. Encourage your student’s interest in traveling and discovering the world around them with these free resources on famous world landmarks.

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.

FREE History & Geography STEM Projects – Do your kids love experiments and hands-on projects? Check out these FREE History & Geography STEM Projects to spruce up your social studies lessons in your homeschool.

Free Giant Maps for Your Homeschool – Did you know you can use maps to teach many different subjects? Check out this incredible giant map site that has table-sized or even floor-sized maps you can print FREE!

State Flags Worksheets and Fact Cards – Do your kids know why each state flag is designed the way it is? There is a ton of history and symbolism behind many of our state flags, and this State Flags Worksheets and Fact Cards set is a fun way to introduce it to your students.

Resources for Learning About Kenya – You can turn teaching your students about countries into a fun unit study. If you are teaching your kids about Africa, then these resources for learning about Kenya will be a great addition to the fun.

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Free Fine Arts Homeschool Curriculum:

Resources for Learning About Opera – Some kids find learning about opera boring but they can actually be very entertaining. Add some music culture and studies to your homeschool. Learn about some of the most famous operas and their composers with these resources.

Free Resources for Studying Great Poets & Their Works – Do your kids read poetry? Have they learned about smoe of the famous poets? These free resources for studying great poets & their works will help you explore both contemporary and classic poets.

Fine Arts Study at Home – Virtual Art Museums – There are so many wonderful museums around the world that many of us will never be able to visit in person. That’s why virtual art museum tours are a great way to tour places you may never be able to visit.

Resources for Teaching Classical Music – There are so many benefits to learning and appreciating classical music. Without classical music, we wouldn’t have any of the genres we do today. Adding music studies to your homeschool doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. Check out these resources for teaching Classical Music in your homeschool.

Free Resources About Musical Instruments – Do you kids know about all different kinds of musical instruments? If you are exploring music in your homeschool, then these free resources about musical instruments can help.

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Free Language Arts Resources:

FREE Story Writing Prompts – Writing prompts can be used in a variety of ways to improve kids writing skills and confidence. One of the easiest ways to get started creating stories is by usingwriting prompts. Check out these fun story writing prompts for seasons, holidays, and much more!

Jane Austen Quotes & Copy Work – Austen is one of Britain’s most famous authors. Jane Austen’s best-loved quotes from her most famous books are now available as copy work and are a perfect companion to your history and literature studies.

FREE Poetry Terminology Copywork Notebook – Poetry is all about the words, and like any subject area, it has its own set of vocabulary students need to master to fully grasp the topic. Help your kids review the basics of poetry terminology with this FREE Poetry Terminology Copywork Notebook.

FREE Grammar Terminology Copywork Notebook – When kids are learning grammar, there’s a LOT to remember! Help your kids learn what 20 key grammar terms mean with this FREE Grammar Terminology Copywork Notebook.

FREE Weather Vocabulary Copywork – Weather is a fascinating topic, but to really understand it and how it impacts our daily lives, students need to understand the vocabulary of weather. Help them learn 20 key weather-related terms with this FREE Weather Vocabulary Copywork.

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Free Science Homeschool Curriculum:

Unit Studies for Animal Science – Do you know that there is a difference between Animal Science and Zoology? These resources and unit studies for Animal Science can help you understand more about the two.

FREE Resources for Learning about Sea Turtles – If you have a sea turtle loving child, they will love learning about them. With only seven different species and many being threatened or endangered, learning about sea turtles and how to protect them is a fascinating study for kids of all ages.

Free Printables and Worksheets About Space Exploration – Mankind has been interesting in space probably since the beginning of time. These free printables and worksheets about space exploration will set up your homeschool to study outer space in a fun and engaging way.

FREE Printables and Resources About Alexander Graham Bell – Alexander Graham Bell was an American scientist, inventor and engineer. You may know him as the inventor of the telephone, but he did much more than that. Learn all about him and his inventions with these FREE printables and resources.

Free Physical Science STEM Projects – Physical science has to do with anything that is the opposite of the biological sciences. These free physical science STEM projects will be just what you need to make your physical science lessons fun and interactive.

FREE Resources for Studying Outer Space – Do your kids love to gaze up at the night sky and wonder what is out there? Do they ask questions about the space station and planets? If you have children that are fascinated by outer space you will want to check out these awesome resources.

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Free History & Social Studies Resources:

FREE Resources to Learn About the U.S. Government – With every election, comes changes. We need to equip our children with the knowledge to help them make informed decisions when they are older and able to vote. It is more important now, more than ever, to teach our children about the U.S. government and how it works.

FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 2010s – Modern history is important for students to understand what has happened and what is happening today so they can make intelligent and informed decisions about the future. This FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 2010s unit is a tool you can use to help your kids learn about and discuss recent events.

Resources About Milestones in American History – Ever wonder what events actually shaped American History? These resources about milestones in American history are just a handful of events and experiences that have shaped the country in significant ways.

Resources about Martin Luther and the Reformation – October 31st is the anniversary of the day Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany (1517). Use these resources about Martin Luther and the Reformation to get you started!

FREE Places of Ancient Greece Notebooking & Research – Understanding ancient history is critical to understanding our modern day, but the changes in geography can make it hard for students to visualize and wrap their heads around. Help them learn about and map 50 historic locations with this FREE Places of Ancient Greece Notebooking & Research unit.

Free Resources About the American Flag – Have you ever wanted to learn more about the country flag? These free resources about the American flag will help you and your kids learn all there is to know about the American flag.


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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