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.
Language Arts FREEBIES
Printable Spelling Dictionary for Kids – There are two levels to choose from and instructions on how to print and put together your book.
FREE and Cheap Kindle Kids Books About Pumpkins – Fill your child’s Kindle with these free and cheap books about pumpkins! They’re perfect for read-alouds and independent reading.
FREE A.A. Milne Copywork and Handwriting Pages – I found the greatest copywork and handwriting pages. The creator has taken some of the favorite poems from a collection of Winnie the Pooh poems and turned them into a sweet little lesson.
75+ FREE Printable File Folder Games (not just Language Arts) – Here are over 75 free, printable File Folder Games that will help you teach your child in a way that puts a smile on his face. There are games for shapes and colors, math, the alphabet, science, and language arts!
FREE Printable Spelling Assessment Template Pack – Vowels, diphthongs, digraphs, compound words, and the like all have characteristics that can trip up a student when it comes to the spelling department. The pages in this free, printable Spelling Assessment Template Pack will show you the trouble spots that your student struggles with.
FREE Printable Homophone Flashcards – Clear, proper communication through written word is an important skill, and your student can master the eight most common homophones with these free, printable
FREE Printable Cursive Penmanship Workbook & Handwriting Resources – These free, printable Cursive Penmanship Workbook & Handwriting Resources will help to attain and keep beautiful penmanship.
FREE Printable Reading Logs Kids Can Color– This free, printable Reading Log is one that kids can color. You set the goal and the reward. Your child will enjoy keeping track of the number of books he’s read by coloring in a new book cover each time.
Homeschool History & Geography FREE Resources
FREE Famous People Mini Quiz Pack Volume 5 – Architects – This Famous People Mini Quiz Pack explores the lives of these four architects through three fun quizzes. The quizzes are great for review, for independent research, or for a springboard for projects.
FREE Printable State Coloring Pages – Coloring pages are a great way to focus your child’s mind on the topic of conversation. These free, printable State Coloring Pages are a great supplement to a standard geography course or even as a stand-alone flyover!
50 States Series: North Dakota – This is part of the 50 States Series of free printables, unit studies, and resources for studying all 50 states.
Veterans Day FREEBIE – Make the Holiday Personal! – Here is a FREE Veterans Day Freebie that is designed to help your children and students focus their attention on a veteran that they personally know (or perhaps a family member that has passed).
FREE Resources and Printables to Study Shakespeare – I am excited to share with you these free resources and printables to help you to study Shakespeare with your children!
FREE Science & Math Resources
21 Cool Candy Science Experiments – Imagine how excited your children will be when they see you gathering the supplies for one of these candy science experiments!
Dissecting Flowers for Kids- FREE Printable – Dissecting flowers is a fun, hands-on activity for little hands and curious minds. Why not put your child’s ‘talent’ of destroying things to good use and dissect some flowers!
15+ Science and Engineering Projects for Creative Kids – 15+ Science and Engineering Projects will keep kids busy and productive as they have fun building a paper speaker or making their own markers. There are lots of fun options!
FREE Homeschool Highschool Chemistry Reference Sheets – When studying Chemistry, you will find that reference sheets come in quite handy. I have found some great resources to help you not only teach Chemistry with living books, but also 4 free reference sheets that you can use.
FREE Printable Living vs. Non-Living Learning Pack – This free printable learning pack can help draw the contrast with question cards, student sorting pages, and four writing pages. The pages are laid out neatly and are eye-catching, and can be printed in color as well as black and white.
FREE Unit Study & Fine Arts Ideas and Resources
FREE Mega Notebooking Pages Set – We use notebooking with Science, History, Bible, Geography, and Fine Arts in uor homeschool. This FREE set is a great place to start if you are looking at incorportaing notebooking into your homeschool.
Tons of FREE Thanksgiving Unit Studies, Printables, and More – Incorporate Thanksgiving into your homeschool this year!
FREE Online Piano Lessons – Check out these free online piano lessons! There are 120 lessons that your child can do with or without your help.
FREE Elementary Art Lessons – No matter your time or financial constraints, you can offer your child free Elementary Art Lessons! Thirteen lessons are offered, and they include simple step-by-step lessons, child-friendly artist biographies, and more!
FREE Character-Building Resources
Homeschooling with Missionary Biographies with FREE Printables – Add fantastic missionary biographies to your homeschool day. You’ll be glad you did! There’s also free printable notebooking pages!
FREE Printable Bible Notebooking Pages – These free, printable Bible Notebooking Pages will help studying the Bible to come alive. It’s full of over 100 pages of maps, charts, art, story visuals, historical timelines, and more!
How to Cultivate a Thankful Heart with FREE Printable Pack – You’ll want to read all about this heart condition and check out the beautiful, free printables that are being offered!
Limited Time Freebie: Gratitude Journal for Kids – Encourage an attitude of gratitude with this journal that’s just right for young kids. Each of the 15 pages in the I’m Thankful: A Gratitude Journal for Kids has a unique writing/drawing prompt on it.
FREE Family Study Guide on Taming the Tongue – $5.99 Value – Do you have trouble with your tongue? Grab this free mini-study – suitable for your entire family to use together!
FREE Early Learning Resources
FREE 30-Day Membership at ABCmouse.com – ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy is a subscription-based digital education program for children ages 2–8. Try it FREE!
FREE Pumpkin Life Cycle Flip Book – You may be starting to see pumpkin patches all around town or planning a trip to one soon. Make these times in October/November teaching moments with your homeschool.
5 Primer Sight Word Easy Readers – Easy Readers are a fun way for little ones to improve their reading skills. These Primer Sight Word Readers from In All You Do are perfect, because they use sight words from the pre-primer list as well as introduce new words from the primer list.
FREE Printables to Go With Your Favorite Eric Carle Books – Taking a few moments to read and travel to another world all while sitting on one’s couch is a luxury that should be taken full advantage of. If you and your child love Eric Carle books, you will surely want to grab these free printables.
FREE Superhero Worksheets for Kids – Your kids will love these educational Superhero worksheets loaded with superhero fun to help your toddler, preschooler, kindergarten student, 1st and 2nd grader have fun while learning.
40 FREE Sight Word Cards – Repetition is the key to learning, especially when it comes to reading sight words. Your new reader is learning a lot of new information, and these free, printable cards will give her extra practice!
FREE Alphabet Doodle Coloring Book – Are you looking for a fun and creative way to teach your child the alphabet? With this free alphabet doodle coloring book your child or student can both learn the alphabet and be creative by adding doodles to each letter of the alphabet.
FREE Printable Minion Play Money Pack – What kid doesn’t love play money? When I saw this free, printable Minion Play Money Pack that was my first thought. Play money = fun. You may choose to print some up and let your kids play with it. It would also be terrific for use with math and learning how to count cash.
FREE Printable Community Helpers Paper Hats – Do you have a future chef, farmer, or police man on your hands? You and your child can have fun exploring the job descriptions of the helpers in our communities with these fun paper hats!
FREE Printable Kindergarten Assessment Pack – One of the nice things about homeschooling is that you can start schooling your child when you see fit. The question that pops into the mind is, “Is my child really ready for this?” This free, printable Kindergarten Assessment Pack will help you determine if he is or not.
20 FREE Printable Busy Bags – These FREE printable busy bags are super easy to put together. All you have to do is print and play!
FREE Upper Grade Resources
FREE Printable Lessons: Art for Teens Who Say They Can’t Draw – When you homeschool it can be hard sometimes to introduce our kids to different electives if they aren’t interested in that subject. Art can be one of those things if your teen feels less than confident.
Must See Movie Musicals for High School Students – Here is an awesome list of 15 Must-See Movie Musicals for your teens from that would be perfect to create your own musical theater elective with.
FREE Apps for Middle and High School – There are lots of free apps for elementary and preschool aged children, but did you know that there are plenty of free apps for older students as well?
How-to Homeschool High School with Unit Studies – Click here for the “how-to” for unit studies in homeschool high school.
FREE Public Speaking Worksheets – Do you or your children enjoy watching TED talks? Use them to teach your children about Public Speaking! These worksheets are appropriate for kids in grades 6 to 12.
FREE Homeschool High School Credit Planner – This is what I have used for high school (all 4 years!) and we love it!
Homeschool & Homemaking Encouragement
Five Breakfast Meals That Feed My Family for $1– If you’re just trying to get a little something in everyone’s tummy, check out these five breakfast meals that can inexpensively feed your entire family on the cheap!
Organize Your Pantry + Tons of Kitchen Organization Hacks – These organization hacks offer me lots of options to get my pantry whipped into shape in no time!
6 Ways to Give Generously While On a Budget – Sometimes your hands are tied and there’s just nothing you can do about it, but with the upcoming Christmas season, I’m always itching to do a few nice things for the people that are special to me. My heart cries out to give! Sometimes our hearts say “yes,” but our wallet says “no.” Can you relate?
Family Game Night Snack Ideas – Game night is something the whole family looks forward to, and you can make it even more special with these fun snack ideas!
40 Tricks to Make Your Groceries Last as Long as Possible – I can’t count how many times I’ve had a head of lettuce or a container of mushrooms go bad before I could use it. Now I have 40 Tricks that will make my groceries last as long as possible.
Over 25 Fun Things to Do Over a No-Spend Weekend – Here are some great ideas for fun things to do that are free.
39 Delicious Gluten-Free Desserts – Gluten free desserts can be kind of tricky, so it’s nice to know which ones work and which ones don’t. Here’s some hopefully new Gluten-Free desserts for you to try out.
10 Ways for Moms to Connect With Their Teenage Sons – Are you looking for a deeper connection with your teenage son?
50 of the Best Freebies You Can Sign Up For Right Now! – I always feel like I win when I get stuff for free! This list is awesome – be sure to check it out.
Crafty & Creative Goodness
DIY Paper Plate Marble Track – I am always looking for fun and new things to keep my little ones busy at home. Marble runs are a classic engineering toy before STEM was even a thing!
Pretty Pinecone Winter Crafts – Find yourself some pinecones – whether it be from a tree in your yard or JoAnn’s Fabrics – and get to creating pretty Pinecone Winter Crafts.
10 Acorn Crafts for Fall -You’ve got to check these 10 Acorn Crafts out!
DIY Sweater Pumpkins – I love learning how to recycle my old sweaters into beautiful fall decorations!
19 Clever Hotel Hacks for Your Next Family Vacation – If you’re going to be staying in a hotel with your family the next time you’re on vacation, you’ll want to check out these hacks.
15 Ways to Repurpose or Restyle Old T-Shirts – As you weed out stained, misshapen, or unwanted t-shirts, give them new life by re-purposing or restyling them into something useful.
Carrie has been homeschooling for over a decade and loves to share FREE homeschooling resources, 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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