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.
Free General Homeschool Curriculum:
Homeschool Hours and Attendance Logs – Record the hours you’ve spent on each subject each day to complete the monthly forms, then transfer the monthly summary to the Year End Form for simple record-keeping that complies with homeschool laws.
“100+ Online Courses for Homeschoolers” guide – The arts can be a powerful way for homeschoolers to express themselves creatively, learn new skills, and develop their imaginations. There are many ways to provide opportunities for your child to explore the arts, such as joining a homeschool co-op, taking classes at a local community center, or volunteering at an arts organization. Find more ideas and download the “100+ Online Courses for Homeschoolers” guide today.
Laundry Room Labels – Use Cricut for everything from organizing to decorating the bland bathroom! Aside from the very cool labels for storing all our stuff, chore charts and desk mats with times tables and grammar samples, you can also make some great gifts at the last minute for family and friends.
Strengths & Weaknesses Checklist Inventory for Teens – This strengths and weaknesses checklist is an excellent tool for helping teens develop self awareness about themselves. Use it to identify strengths to build on and weaknesses to work on.
Watermelon Activity Pages – Do your kids like watermelon? These is a fun activity page for summertime or anytime you want to pull out some watermelon. Head over to download yours absolutely FREE today.
“Embracing Biblical Womanhood” Printable Poster for Girls – Help your daughter embrace her God-given roles as a beautiful and beloved woman with this free printable poster!
Free Coloring Page Printables:
Fall Color by Number Worksheets – Learning to count is fun when you have these fall themed color by number worksheets. Just download, print, and go.
Sleepy Snail Coloring Page – Coloring can be a great relaxation activity. Whether your kids (or you) need a brain break, some down time, or just a fun and simple activity, you’ll love this adorable “sleepy snail” coloring page.
Space Color by Number Worksheets – These space themed color by number worksheets are a fun way to help little ones work on several skills at once. Improve number and color recognition, fine motor skills, and more with these FREE printables.
Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:
Football Tot & PreK-K Pack – Football season is in full swing and if you have little football fans in your house, they are sure to love this fun, printable pack. Head over now to download yours absolutely FREE!
Preschool Skills Checklist – Do you have a preschooler? Grab a preschool skills checklist and learn what you need to know about navigating the preschool years from home.
Pencil Shapes – Are your little learners working on shape recognition? If so, these Pencil themed shaped worksheets would make a great addition to your printable library!
Trace and Write Alphabet Worksheets – If your little one is working on letter recognition, letter formation, or just needs some review, then you will love these easy, print and go Trace and Write Alphabet Worksheets. Download yours FREE today!
Sports Activity Worksheets – Is your family a fan of sports? If you have a little sports fan in your home, don’t miss these adorable and FREE Sports themed activity worksheets.
Letter W Worksheets – The Letter “W” can be a hard one for little hands to master. Use these FREE printable worksheets to help them not only recognize the letter, but master the handwriting and sound too.
Ip Word Worksheets – Help your early readers learn and master their -ip words with these practice worksheets. Head over now to download yours absolutely FREE.
Alphabet Chart – This FREE printable alphabet chart has real life pictures to help kids visualize and connect the dots on letter recognition and beginning sounds. Get yours today!
Letter X Worksheets – Learn all about the letter “X” with these FREE printable worksheets! These are great for review, introduction of the letter, or as a stand alone lesson.
Free Language Arts & Fine Arts Resources:
Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt – Choose books featuring homeschoolers as the main characters and use the free bookshelf scavenger hunt PDF printable to make reading fun again! This list of books about homeschoolers has some favorites from a homeschool mom!
“Amazing Grace” hymn study – Hymns can be a powerful tool for teaching truth and doctrine to children. They can help children memorize Bible verses, learn about Christian values, and develop a love for worship. Learn how to use hymns to teach truth and doctrine with these great ideas. And, get a free hymn study for “Amazing Grace!”
Tips for Encouraging Kids to Read – Literacy is an important life skill, and it is one that can be at risk when kids don’t read on a regular basis. Here are some great tips for encouraging kids to enjoy reading.
Fruit Lined Writing Paper – Sometimes you just need a little inspiration and color to get those creative juices flowing. Head over to download these fruit inspired lined handwriting pages.
Free Math, Science, & History Homeschool Curriculum:
Place Value Flip Chart & Games Free Printables – Place Value is a tough concept. Visual, hands-on manipulatives and games to drill new skills make Place Value so much easier! I have two different styles of printable place value charts for you today — a basic, flat chart and a flip chart. Both have variations that include decimals to the hundredth or up to the Hundred Millions. These are great for youngsters new to the concept of Place Value, but equally great for older kids to help them remember the naming order of really big or really small numbers.
35 Creative Writing Prompts for Fall (Make Writing Fun!) – These autumn writing prompts invite students to weave their senses into their writing: the crisp air, cooler weather, steaming apple cider, and the fragrant scent of everything pumpkin spice!
Koala Life Cycle – The koala bear is one of my favorite animals. My kids and I love seeing them at wildlife refuges. Whether you’re visiting a zoo, wildlife refuge, or even Australia, these Koala Life Cycle printables are a great science lesson.
Chicken Life Cycle Craft – Do your kids know about the life cycle of a chicken? Now they can with this fun and simple craft activity.Black Bear Life Cycle – Did you know Black Bears can be found in many different states and habitats throughout the United States? Learn more about their life cycle with these FREE printable worksheets.
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