This is a weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Carrie 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.
General Homeschooling Freebies:
– Are we seeing the decline of manners and the rise of rudeness in our culture? Don’t underestimate the power of good manners. Even small acts of kindness can make a big impact. Join the fight against rudeness and incivility! Get a FREE list of good manners to teach your children.
– Use these FREE printable leaf templates to help kids create a one-of-a-kind Thankful tree to celebrate all your family has to be grateful for. This is perfect for fine motor skills, handwriting and a bit of art too.
– A growth mindset states that our skills and even our level of intelligence are things that can be built and grown over time with. With practice and effort we can get better at almost anything! These printable bookmarks are just a tiny piece of creating a growth mindset environment in your homeschool.
– This photography scavenger hunt with a gratitude theme is perfect for your homeschool in November or as a family activity during Thanksgiving when you want to re-focus your hearts and attitudes toward being grateful.
– Christmas is just around the corner, which means the Nutcracker is quickly approaching. Kids can learn all about the composer, the music, the ballet and the story that started it all with these FREE resources.
Early Learning Freebies:
– Playdough mats are a wonderful fine motor activity for little ones. With these FREE Types of Whales playdough mats your preschoolers can work on letters, numbers and counting all while improving their fine motor skills.
– Learning to count is vital to the success of little ones. It is the basis of all math, so they need to master it early on for best results. This FREE farm girl themed printable pack works on counting and numbers 0 – 10.
– Learn about 14 different whales with these FREE Emergent Readers. They are available in four different styles for a variety of ages and reading stages from sight words to short sentences.
– Do your little ones know how to put things in order based on a story or set of instructions? These FREE Gingerbread Man Sequencing printables are perfect for preschoolers during the holiday season.
Free Math & Geography Resources:
– Do your kids know Roman Numerals? While we don’t use them for math anymore, they are used for other things such as important historical documents, legal documents, the Super Bowl and much more. Use these FREE printables to help kids learn the Roman Numerals.
– There have been numerous lists of wonders of the world made through history. This list covers Age of Steam, the Ancient World, Medieval World, Modern World, Natural World and the Solar System. Now students can keep 42 different wonders of the world at their fingertips with these FREE Wonders of the World Cheat Sheets.
– 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.
Free Science and Nature Study Resources:
– Everyone struggles with at least one subject. Many homeschool mom struggle with science, especially if you’re not a science person. But it is possible. Here are some great and FREE resources to help you navigate this subject with your older kids.
– Coloring pages are a fun way to introduce children to a new subject. These FREE coloring pages include 14 different types of whales for kids to learn the names and color. This would be perfect to add to any science notebook!
– The animal kingdom is a fun subject to explore with your kids. It is best to study the animal kingdom in some type of order. Use these FREE worksheets to study all about the animal kingdom.
– Every living thing is made up of cells and cells are the building blocks of all life. If you are learning about the human body, cells, or genetics in your science curriculum hopefully you will find these FREE worksheets helpful.
– Whales are fascinating creatures. My kids love to learn about the animals of the ocean and whales are top on their list. Learn about different types of whales and record everything on these FREE Notebooking pages.
– The world is full of amazing and incredible places. Kids can explore continents, oceans, mountains, prairies, and more with this FREE Biome and Habitat Notebooking Research Journal.
Free Bible & History Resources:
– This multi-part video course is being taught by Science Shepherd author Dr. Scott Hardin as a Sunday School class, and the video recordings are available FREE through the Science Shepherd student portal.
– Including Bible time in your homeschool day is a great way to study God’s Word together. Follow a Bible Reading Plan for kids with these FREE printables to help your children learn and study God’s Word.
– I grew up watching Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. It was quite possible one of my favorite shows. With the new movie coming out, these FREE printables and unit studies are the perfect addition to your homeschool day. Don’t miss the FREE Instant Download too!
– If you’re using the Mystery of History in your homeschool, you will love these FREE planning and portfolio pages. You can use these with all four volumes. Download yours today!
– Acting them out and then reading the corresponding verses is a great way to interact with the story as a family and grow together in your walk with God. Have fun learning about the Christmas story in a new way this Christmas with these FREE Christmas Story Charades!
Carrie has been homeschooling for over a decade and loves to share FREE homeschooling resources, deals, and reviews over at . You can find homeschool freebies, free homemaking resources, meal plans, free unit studies, and much more.