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:
Resources for Kids and Families to Celebrate the National Day of Prayer – On May 6, 2021, let’s take time to turn to God in prayer to contend for our nation and focus on bowing the knee. Explore these resources for kids and families to celebrate the National Day of Prayer in your home.
FREE Report Card Templates – Whether you have to report your homeschool grades or not, it is a good way to track where your child is in the learning. The great thing about homeschooling is you can use the grades as a gauge but they don’t define your child, as they do in public school. Use these Report Card Templates to record grades for all your kids.
Why Camping is a Great Educational Activity + Free Camping Printable – Camping as a family can offer wonderful educational opportunities for your kids – and you! Take a look at a few of the ways camping can be a great educational activity, and don’t miss the free printable we have for you!
Free Early Learning Resources:
Free History Resources for Kindergarten – We can begin to develop a love for learning history when kids are little. I think that the keys to teaching kindergarten students history can be really simple, and trying them will be worth it. Grab these free history resources for kindergarten to teach history to the youngest of learners in simple and valuable ways.
FREE Build a Room Activity for Kids – What child hasn’t daydreamed about the kind of house they would build if it were up to them? With this FREE Build a Room Activity for Kids, your little ones can enjoy furnishing some rooms while they get fine motor practice and complete fun activities, too.
FREE Follow the Directions Activity Pack – Following the directions is a skill all kids must learn. Why not make it more fun with this FREE Follow the Directions Activity Pack? These printable worksheets will take them around the town, to animal habitats, through their own bodies, and more!
4 Skills to Teach Your Preschooler Using Eggs and Nests (with FREE Preschool Pack) – There are many ways to teach your preschooler important skills, but have you considered using eggs and nests? In this post, I will share 4 skills you can teach your preschooler using eggs and nests.We also have created an eggs and nests preschool printable pack you can download for free at the bottom of this post.
Free Fine Arts & Bible Homeschool Curriculum:
FREE Ways to Learn about Famous Missionaries – Missionary studies can teach your children about geography and people groups, different professions, and God’s provisions. Along the way, you will be inspired about the stories of faith and God’s provision.
FREE Types of Trees Guided Drawing – There are so many fascinating things to learn about trees! They are so much more than tall green plants with leaves. They are complex and diverse. Help your kids learn more about trees and discover ten amazing kinds of trees with this FREE Types of Trees Guided Drawing unit.
FREE Bible Study Journal-Questions From the Gospels – Many of the questions people asked in the Gospels are questions we still ask today, and the questions Jesus asked them have much to say to us as well. Help your teens dig into more than 50 questions from the Gospels with this FREE Bible Study Journal-Questions From the Gospels unit.
FREE Bible Study Journaling Pages – If you are wanting to incorporate some more Bible Study into your homeschool and you don’t want to purchase a curriculum, there are tons of free resources available to you. I have found some great journaling pages that can help your children work on studying the Bible on their own time, or together with you. Journaling pages are amazing for children and even moms that may get overwhelmed and not know where to start.
Printables to Teach Kids About the Impressionists – Impressionist art often sought to capture a moment in time. Impressionism followed the realism era where the art clearly depicted scenes. However, impressionism forces an audience to think about the stories behind them. These artists were termed “impressionists” by people who described their art, which initially was meant to be an insult. Check out these artist-specific printables and resources to teach kids about impressionists that made such an impact in our history.
Resources for Teaching Music Vocabulary – There should be no question that music does a child a world of good when it comes to learning. From a very young age, children can learn many concepts and basic skills through music and its application. Knowing how helpful music can be to your children in their educational journey, these resources for teaching music vocabulary can be the next step.
Language Arts Freebies:
FREE Types of Money Around the World Notebooking – Most of us are familiar with dollars, pounds, pesos, and euros, but what do your kids know about bolivars, dinars, karbovanets, and leks? This FREE Types of Money Around the World Notebooking is a fun way to encourage kids to learn more about money from countries around the world – and discover a bit of their history as well!
FREE Writing Prompts Broken Down by Age Group – If you have a child that struggles with writing it may be time to take a break from the textbook and try something creative and new. Writing Prompts are a great way to give our children the freedom to write creatively, with some prompting.
FREE Sewing Terminology Copywork Notebook – Sewing is a wonderful life skill to learn that provides hours of hands-on work and a special satisfaction when the job is complete. It also has a vocabulary that students need to learn so they can make sense of directions and try new things. This FREE Sewing Terminology Copywork Notebook can help them do just that.
FREE Book Report Templates (All Grades Included) – Some kids love them. Other kids dread them. But nearly every kid has to learn how to write a book report. This set of 16 book report templates helps alleviate the stress of staring at the blank page. With prompts and questions, they help students remember key parts of the book as well as what is important to share in a book report.
FREE Book Report Worksheets and Printables – Adding book reports to your homeschool reading curriculum is a great way to help with reading comprehension, writing and even public speaking skills. There are so many ways that you can add book reports to your homeschool. If you have been wanting to incorporate book reports into your homeschool, you are going to love all these book report worksheets and printables we have gathered up for you!
Free Geography Homeschool Curriculum:
Resources for Learning About South Korea – Will you be exploring different countries this year in your homeschool? Learning about different countries really broadens the minds of kids in respect to how big – and sometimes small – the world can really be. Discover these resources for learning all about South Korea with your kids this year.
Unit Studies About Children Around the World – The world can seem really big and far for many young learners. How do we get our kids to learn and understand other children all around the world, just like them? Unit studies about children around the world are great ways to get your kids engaged in knowing all about others their age across the globe.
Resources for Learning about Russia – If you wanted to teach countries around the world to the kiddos, know that your lessons don’t have to be dull or dry. There are fantastic resources out there to help you. Be sure to check out these resources for learning about Russia to use in our homeschool.
FREE Color Symbolism in World Flags Notebooking Unit – Mankind has always used color to symbolize beliefs and concepts, whether they be love, peace, justice, truth, faith, or other important ideals. This FREE Color Symbolism in World Flags Notebooking Unit is a fun way to help kids learn about the way colors and symbols have been used in world flags. They can learn how the flags share something that is special to the people of the nation the flag represents.
Free Printables and Worksheets for Learning About Asia – Asia truly is a continent full of rich culture and traditions with colorful visualizations that will catch any child’s attention. These free printables and worksheets for learning about Asia will guide your homeschool through the rich and colorful culture of Asian countries like China, Korea, Japan, Mongolia, Thailand, India, and more.
Fun and FREE Ways to Learn About Bird Nests – Spring is here and with it comes new life. This is the perfect time of year to bird watch. You may even find some bird nests and eggs in your yard or neighborhood. You can take this time to study and learn more with these fun and free ways to learn about bird nests.
FREE Periodic Table of the Elements Cheat Sheets – Chemistry can be an overwhelming subject. Help make it a little less intimidating with this handy printable. These FREE Period Table of the Elements Cheat Sheets give your high school student key information about the elements at a glance.
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!
Printables to Teach Kids about the Layers of the Atmosphere – Five layers make up the atmosphere which blanket our Earth. Each layer protects us from the sun’s radiation, falling meteors, and toxic gases. The lack of this type of atmosphere would make Earth uninhabitable like the other planets. Teach your kids about the layers of the atmosphere with this awesome list of printable resources.
FREE Constellations Cards and Cheat Sheets – Throughout history, man has studied the heavens. Over time, they found patterns in their movements and arrangements and assigned names to groups called constellations. Help your students become familiar with the constellations with these FREE Constellations Cards and Cheat Sheets.
Free History Homeschool Curriculum:
FREE History of Wars Cheat Sheets – Do your kids ever get wars mixed up when you are learning history? Do they know what country or parties the United States was fighting in the Barbary Wars or in the Las Cuevas War? These FREE History of Wars Cheat Sheets are a perfect way to help kids keep some of the many wars in history straight and even learn about some they aren’t familiar with.
FREE Printables About Dragons – If you are learning about medieval times, or your children love to read fantasy, you will most likely come across the theme of dragons. Dragons are mysterious and fun to learn about. It would be fun to do a unit study on dragons, especially if you are wanting to learn about the different stories of mythical creatures.
Incorporating Timelines Across Your Curriculum – With captions on photos or timestamps in a photo online, we can track events that happen our lifetime. When it comes to history, we can’t quite capture everything the way we can do it today. Incorporating timelines across your curriculum can help capture facts and events the way selfies can capture current day events.
FREE Discover the Great Explorers Notebooking Journal – Since nearly the beginning of time, people have wondered what was just beyond what they could see. They felt an urge to explore new lands, to see things few if any had seen before. Help students learn about these brave individuals and the lands they explored with this FREE Discover the Explorers Notebook.
FREE Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets – Your kids are probably familiar with who invented the telephone or the incandescent light bulb. But do they know who invented the hundreds of other inventions that have shaped society and changed our lives? Give them a chance to discover 400 inventors from history with these FREE Inventors and Inventions Cheat Sheets!
Free Ways to Learn About Mexican History – If you live in Texas, Arizona, or New Mexico, then you understand just how much Mexican culture is a part of America’s fabric as well. These free ways to learn about Mexican history will help you teach all about the country’s history without having to purchase a curriculum.
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.