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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum, Resources, and More!

This is the weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Jamerrill 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.

As we shift into summer season, most of us are also shifting into new school patterns. Some of you may be taking the summer off, while others are pushing through, and will continue at the regular pace. The rest of you will fall somewhere in between.


No matter how you are spending your summer, this Big List of Summer Bucket Lists is sure to add many new ideas to your plans! The rest of this week’s freebies will fill in your school or summer vacation time in all the right ways!

Father’s Day Freebies


With Father’s Day just around the corner, this Father’s Day Scripture Copywork will help you see God’s plan for fathers. When you complete that list, this Father’s Day Copywork Freebie will keep the writing going.

These Father’s Day Printable Activities (Two Versions) and FREE Father’s Day Activity Placemat are designed to be used with various ages, and will keep your children busy for hours, while you plan all Dad’s surprises!

Is the dad in your family a country kid of guy? This FREE Father’s Day Cowboy Hat Printable will make him smile. And what father doesn’t like the always classic FREE Father’s Day Printable Coupon Booklet?



If you are still looking for a summer reading program, try this FREE Minecraft Summer Reading Program or the Free Pizza Hut BOOK IT! Program for Homeschool.

This Uncle Remus Stories – FREE Printable will delight your child as you use it to read the Uncle Remus story together.

Does your child love animals? Then this FREE Farm Emergent Reader Pack (20-pages – Instant Download!) will make him want to read.

Practice those sight words with this FREE Dolch Sight Words Worksheet, and improve your child’s reading skills.

Spelling and Writing

If your child won’t sit still to learn to spell, then try this FREE Dart Gun Spelling Practice Activity.

If it is an upper level student needing spelling practice, this FREE Charlotte Mason Spelling Program for Middle School & High School Levels will do the trick.


Working on thankfulness with your child? This Free Gratitude Journal will support your efforts.

Summer gardens are abounding! These Free Garden Notebooking Pages {Subscriber Freebie} take advantage of summer’s beauty while encouraging your child to write, too.

If gardening isn’t their thing, these FREE Beach Themed Writing Prompts Printable may do the trick to get them writing.


Maybe you are working with a pre-K student this summer. These Printable Number Practice Sheets start the math learning off right.

If your child has been working on learning their multiplication tables then this FREE 10′s Multiplication Table Drill Sheet will keep them from getting rusty.

Bible Teaching Resources

This FREE Bible People Pocket Chart and File Folder Game for Review is a great idea. It teaches your child which people in the Bible belong in the Old and New Testament. It is interactive and you can use it for various ages too!



Use this FREE Yellowstone National Park Lapbook to study Yellowstone Park, or if you are headed there use it as a record or memory lapbook!

These FREE Montessori-Inspired Astronomy Unit Studies give a variety of choices and activities to use to teach your children. It includes activities and lessons and numerous links and resources.

Summer Vacation Freebies


Start the summer right by committing to and printing this Summer Parenting Creed Printable. I love the ideas she gives here to keep me focused on what is important for me to remember as a mom.

Traveling this summer? This FREE Interstate Bingo Pack, and these Activitys, Printables, and Boredom Busters For Road Trips will keep you from having to hear, “Are we there yet?”

Try these FREE Beach Activity Printable Placemats to get you ready for your beach trip, or these Vacation & Field Trip Notebooking Journals {subscriber freebie} to keep a record of your trip.


If you are staycationing, these Boredom Buster–Create a Summer Fun Box, and FREE Ice Cream Printables and Activity Ideas will be perfect at home!

PreK and Early Elementary

Maybe you are just starting to teach your pre-K aged child. For an easy start, try this FREE Garden PreK- K Printable Pack, or these Various FREE Early Child Printable Packs.

Maybe you just want to keep things low key. These FREE 12 Bug Coloring Sheets are simple, yet cute.
To keep them in practice through the summer, these FREE Frozen-Themed ABC and Math Printable Packets (limited time!) will keep them from sliding backwards.

This ABC’s Letter V Printable Pack will be just what you are looking for if you are at the end of the alphabet, and these FREE Phonic Blend Chart will start your child into reading fun for the summer.

Random Homeschool Goodness


I love the idea of these Free Printable Memory Book Pages to make a memorable record of your school year.

Finally, on those rainy days, read The Lorax and use this Free “The Lorax” Activity Book to entertain them as you wait out the storm!

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*Don’t forget! If you are looking for additional free homeschool resources please check the huge growing list of free homeschool curriculum and resources on!

Jamerrill is the homeschooling mother of a large and growing family. After seasons of spending $50 or less annually to homeschool her children, she started Free Homeschool Deals in 2012to help all families afford the homeschool life. You can follow the homeschool goodness on Pinterest and Facebook.

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