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HUGE List of Free Homeschool Curriculum & Resources


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.

Get this FREE The Tale of Peter Rabbit Unit Study & Lapbook Printables from Homeschool Share.

Confessions of a Homeschooler has free cursive daily notebooking pages.

You can go to for a large selection of free online creation science videos.

Do you have a student graduating from your homeschool this year? You might be interested in these free homeschool high school diploma templates at Let’s Homeschool High School. You can choose between four free templates.


Currently you can download a free 60-page apple counting printable set. This offer expires 3/20/13.

Do you need a bit of extra writing and reading practice for your kids this St. Patrick’s Day? Try some fun holiday themed Crack the Code with this free St. Patrick’s Day Crack the Code Printable Set.

Here are Free Vincent Van Gogh Montessori Cards.

There’s a 13-page set called A Passover Celebration for Christian Families that’s currently available on

Heritage History is currently giving away free ebook downloads of Stories from the Odyssey.

The Daisy Head is giving away her eBook, Finding Your Vision: Beginning Your Homeschool Journey With the End In Mind, to subscribers of her blog.

How to Save Money When You Buy Homeschool Curriculum:: Encouraging article from with helpful strategies for curriculum savings.

Visit Hubbard’s Cupboard to find lots of free educational resources for early childhood education. There is a focus on Preschool and Kindergarten, but some of the content can be used with older children as well.

This site offers 350 free comic printables! Your students can use these to spin off poems, short stories, essays and more.

Free Copywork Curriculum: Write Through the Bible (Limited Time – SAVE $10!):: In addition to handwriting, this free curriculum includes scripture memorization, vocabulary, and dictation. There are versions for both manuscript and cursive handwriting.

Don’t forget that you can read the free March issue of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine online! This free homeschool magazine is always full of great articles for homeschooling families.

Download free ten commandment printables and copywork from Mama Jenn. The link to download these free bible printables is at the end of the post.


60 Free Country/Province Outline Maps

Head over to Ironic Adventures to get this free Spring Fling printable preschool pack. These free printables include 20 activities to use with your students.

You can get a free March issue of Practical Homeschooling Magazine. There are 3,000 offers available.

Educents is a new daily flash deal site where you can snag educational products for 30-90% off. You can receive a free $15 value gift card from Educents when you sign up for their site.

You can download a free Book of Virtues at Blue Manor Academy. This book introduces 16 Christian virtues and is suitable for children ages 3 and up.

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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 to help all families afford the homeschool life. Daily she features homeschool freebies, homeschool deals, and much more. You can follow the free homeschool goodness on Pinterest and Facebook.

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