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:
FREE Farming Unit Studies, Printables, & Resources – Fall is the perfect time to incorporate some farm learning into your homeschool. Check out these free printables, unit studies, fun resources to your day!
Bible study template – Did you know that you don’t need to purchase an official homeschool Bible curriculum to use with your kids? You can simply use the Bible to teach the Bible, heres how.
Tips for Teaching Kids to Clean – Keep your homeschool area clean and teach your children how to clean the rest of the house with these tips on teaching kids to clean. Cleaning can be fun and is an important life skill for all children. Grab the kid-friendly cleaning charts while you’re there!
Homeschool Field Trip Ideas and Planning – One of the best parts of a homeschool education is all of the opportunities for field trips! Find out how to prepare, build up, and plan for field trips based on your current lesson plan and national observances. Organizing your planning this way makes it easy to come up with field trip ideas that enhance your homeschool experience and deliver multiple opportunities for your learners to enjoy hands-on and/or applicable learning about a wide variety of topics.
Learning Spanish Colors – Are you learning Spanish this year? Grab these simple printables to help your kids work on their Spanish colors!
Animate your Summer with FREE creative resources – Did you go on an epic family vacation this summer? Help your kids remember all the fun and share what they enjoyed about it with these FREE creative resources to use in their own stop motion videos!
Typing Goals Worksheets – Do you kids know how to type? In this technology driven world, more and more people find themselves at a computer for work. It is important that we continue teaching them how to type properly so they can be at their best when working.
Free unit study planner – Unit studies are popular with homeschooling families because they provide a hands-on, in-depth approach to learning about any topic of choice. This is a great way to provide individualized instruction for your students, allowing them explore the ‘topic-du-jour,’ and instills a love of learning! It might seem daunting at first, but anyone is capable of creating a unit study in just a few easy steps.
“Embracing Womanhood” Printable Poster for Girls – Our culture is trying to twist and distort womanhood into something it was never designed to be. Help your daughter embrace her God-given roles as a beautiful and beloved woman with this free printable poster!
15+ Critical Thinking & Character-Building Resources – At Homeschool Adventure, our goal is to help you succeed in your calling to homeschool your children. Here are some free resources we’ve created to help you along the way—posters, printables, writing exercises, and more!
Free Coloring Pages:
Mozart Coloring Page – Do your kids know who Mozart is? This simple coloring page is a fun way to introduce him in your unit and learn a quick fact too!
Truck Coloring Page – If you have a little one that loves trucks, this coloring page is a great addition to your day, a transportation unit, or just for fun.
Themed Coloring Placemats – Have you ever used placemats to keep your kids engaged and occupied at mealtime? Then you’ll love these themed coloring placemats you can use all year long!
Chameleon Coloring Page – Chameleon’s are one of the coolest animals on the planet. Their skin literally changes colors! Learn another fun fact about them while coloring your own with this free page!
Beethoven Coloring Page – Adding music into your homeschool doesn’t have to be difficult. It can be as easy as introducing them to a composer with a simple coloring page. And this one includes a fun fact too!
Tea Time Coloring Page – Are you a fan of tea? Learn a fun fact with this tea time coloring page.
Free Early Learning Homeschool Curriculum:
Printable Days of the Week Calendar Inserts – Looking for a fun way to work on the days of the week or the months of the year? Try these free inserts.
Preschool Morning Time Menu with FREE Printable Morning Time Cover – Are you looking for an easy way to implement morning time with your littles? Learn how to easily set up a preschool morning time menu and snag a free printable morning time cover.
First Grade Sight Word Books – If you’re working on sight words this year, then you’ll love these simple booklets for first graders.
Letter H Worksheets – These adorable hedgehog worksheets are a fun way to help little ones work on the letter “h”. Download these to use with your other alphabet printables.
Farm Number Strips – Learning to count doesn’t have to be dull or boring. It can be fun with these printable and resuable (if laminated) farm themed number strips.
Farming Days of the Week – Is your little one working on learning the days of the week? These farm themed printable worksheets make the perfect addition to any farm unit.
Language Arts, Foreign Language, & Fine Arts Freebies:
Vocabulary Word Organizers – Do your kids struggle with learning new words? Learn how using Word Study can improve vocabulary and language learning. Don’t forget to snag the free vocabulary organizers at the bottom!
“Amazing Grace” 23-page Hymn Study – Teaching our kids Christian doctrine can seem overwhelming, so why not teach doctrine through hymns? The task is gentler and more accessible through music. Learn more and get a free hymn study of “Amazing Grace”.
Celebrating the Holidays through Literature – It’s time for pumpkin spice and everything nice! By autumn, we’re starting to settle into our homeschooling routine, thinking about upcoming holidays, and wondering how we’ll fit it all in. Here are activities, books, and resources for incorporating the holidays into your homeschool. Pick and choose what works best for your family. Happy fall, y’all!
Famous Artists Drawing Prompts Learning & Activity Sheets – Add art into your homeschool rotation using placemats. Learn how easy it is and download your Free set!
Puppy Reading Log – Looking for a fun way to track your kids’ reading progress? Check out these FREE puppy reading logs!
Spelling Word Printables – This printable spelling word pack is a fun way to help kids work on new words. The great thing, these worksheets can be used with any spelling list!
Spanish Greetings Worksheets – Working on learning a foreign language? Start with these worksheets to help kids learn simple Spanish Greetings.
Printable Book Report Page – Grab this free printable book report page so kids can write about their favorite books! This fun book report encourages kids to read by allowing them a creative space to record what they love about the books they read. You’ll also find a list of favorite classic picture books that kids will love to read again and again.
Free Science & STEM Homeschool Curriculum:
Density Lesson Plan – Are you curious about how to teach density? These density lesson plan ideas are perfect for elementary aged students to introduce the topic. They include short hands-on STEM activities and a free printable to use in your homeschool.
STEM Movie Bucket List & Bingo – If you haven’t added STEM to your homeschool lesson plans yet, this post will help you do just that. You’ll find a variety of activities that accommodate just about every subject for middle schoolers! Enjoy 30+ fun STEM activities for middle school – science, technology, engineering, and math activities + a free STEM movie bucket list!
Apple Life Cycle – Looking for new read-aloud picture books to add to your morning reading basket this fall? Use titles from this big list of harvest books for children! Includes best-loved titles for all ages, as well as a few new ones. And grab your free Apple Life Cycle printable pack here too!
Free Geography & History Homeschool Curriculum:
Christopher Columbus Rebus Pack – With Columbus Day just around the corner, you may find yourself wondering what exactly to teach about Christopher Columbus or whether to teach about him at all. Here’s three reasons why you may want to teach about him even if you don’t want to celebrate him.
Free “Draw The States” US Geography eBook – Have fun learning about the United States by drawing each state with this FREE ebook.Johnny Appleseed Notebooking – Johnny Appleseed (also known as John Chapman) was famous for his love of apple trees and his tree conservation efforts. Use this notebooking page to tell what you’ve learned about him.
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