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FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 23 Freebies!

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.

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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.

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FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 22 Freebies!

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.

Free Homeschool Resources

General Homeschooling Freebies:

– This system will give you an organized way to keep track of your Bible verse memorization repetition. Once your kids have memorized a Scripture verse, or history dates, or science facts, they need a systematized way to rotate them through their weekly or monthly review. Don’t forget to download the FREE Bible verse cards too!

– Most homeschoolers take off during Thanksgiving, but it doesn’t mean you can’t do some fun studies in the weeks before. Here are five ideas you can use, some FREE Gratitude Conversation Starters and a FREE Thanksgiving Activities calendar.

– This set of FREE Verses About Friendship From Proverbs Copywork includes 10 verses from the King James Version of the Bible that talk about what makes a good friend, how to guard our friendships, the value of friends, and much more.

– Plan for homeschool field trips or holiday weekends away with these travel tips and FREE Travel Planner Bundle will bring success to your family trip.

– Winter may not seem like the time to get outside for a scavenger hunt, but this one is SUPER fun! There are two options in this FREE downloadable pack that are perfect for a homeschool day or family outing.

Early Learning Freebies:

– With cooler weather already hitting much of the United States, kids are already pulling out their mittens. Little ones will love working on their counting skills with these FREE mittens number matching cards for 1-20.

– Coloring is a wonderful fine motor skill for little ones to master. With winter on its way, these FREE winter activities coloring pages are a great way to welcome the new season and give them something to do on those super cold days.

– Winter may not be here yet but snow is already falling in several states, which means winter activities are not far behind. These FREE playdough mats are perfect to inspire fun or occupy the little ones inside.

– There are so many fun activities you can do in the snow, but what if its too cold to stay outside? That’s when I bring the kids in and we snuggle up with some books and maybe a movie. These FREE Winter Activities Emergent Readers are perfect for those super cold days!

Free Math & Geography Resources:

– Some math manipulatives can seem overwhelming, or you may be unsure of how to use them. But worksheets designed for use with specific math counters or manipulatives can be very helpful. Download these FREE worksheets to help your struggling learner.

– Using manipulatives for math can be just what you need to help your students boost their learning. Math manipulatives like pasta can and should be used with various types of math, all through high school even.

– If you are interested in Russia or are considering a unit study on Russia this homeschool year, these resources for learning about Russia can help.

Free Language Arts & Foreign Language Resources:

– These easy to print reading certificates are perfect to spur on your young reader! Head over now to download yours FREE today.

– These winter themed writing prompts are perfect for Kindergarten thru 5th grade. This FREE set includes writing prompts include the four different styles of writing in fun topics that elementary kids will enjoy.

– These FREE winter themed writing prompts are perfect for Middle and High Schoolers and even include an idea page for teachers and/or parents. The writing prompts cover all four main writing styles – narrative, descriptive, expository and persuasive.

– If you love winter activities, or just want to know more about some of them, these notebooking pages are for you! These FREE Winter Activities pages are perfect for letting kids work on their creative writing skills while they tell about their favorite winter activities or ones they would like to try.

– With these FREE Story Prompts About the Neighborhood, writers and prewriters can enjoy 26 pictures along with simple phrases or sentences meant to get their imaginations going. Then they can draw whatever story their mind imagines.

Free Science and Nature Study Resources:

– Whether they are interested in creating things themselves or whether you would like them to learn about innovation in your homeschool, these unit studies all about inventors will be a great tool to use.

– Help students dive into the world we can only see through a microscope with this FREE Animal and Plant Cell Notebooking Journal. They’ll have the opportunity to study 19 different parts of the microscopic cell.

– There are lots of FREE worksheets, and printables to help your kids learn more about the Animal Kingdom. You can use these to do a unit study that focuses specifically on animal classification.

– The pieces of our DNA, genes, chromosomes, and cells all have an impact on how we or any other living organism forms. Help your kids discover part of this world with this FREE Discovering Cells, DNA, and Heredity Unit.

– Whether your kids want to study the history of inventions or something more specific like the history of inventions related to communications, the military, music, computers, or many other themes, this list is an indispensable resource. Download yours FREE today!

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.

FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 20 Freebies!

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.

Free Homeschool Resources

General Homeschooling Freebies:

– Are your kids football fans? Kids will love coloring these super cute football themed pages!! You will get a total of 52 total pages for all ages to color. And the best part – they are totally FREE!

– Football season is HERE! Don’t miss thees FREE Football puzzles and activities to your homeschooling for all football fans! These are perfect to add to a sports unit or to sneak in a little learning on a Saturday morning before the game.

Early Learning Freebies:

– Whether your little ones are struggling with sight words or just reading in general, this Sight Word Easy Readers series just might be the answer. Download yours FREE today.

– Get your little ones excited about the next big game with these FREE football-themed emergent readers!! They come available in four different levels for beginners to those progressing in their reading skills.

– Easy Readers are a fun way to help kids work on their sight words and reading skills all in one. In these FREE readers, students will work on words – one, two, three, blue, red, yellow.

– Your little football fans will have fun working through this adorable football themed Tot & PreK-K Pack. They will work on beginning letters, sounds, patterns, prewriting, counting and much more in the FREE pack.

– Each of the readers have simple sentences with key sight words they are learning at their level coupled with a familiar picture for the non-sight word. They will work on 7 sight words in 7 books – funny, help, come, find, look, where and said – but, there are also words included from the previous weeks’ sets, so they can keep building their vocabulary and repeating to improve their reading skills.

Free Math & Music Resources:

– The main purpose of a manipulative is to give hands-on, concrete understanding of a theoretical concept. Don’t miss these FREE math mats for your kids!

– Division can be a tough skill to master. Let these superheroes help your kids learn this skill and sharpen their math super powers! With this FREE Division Practice with Superheroes unit, kids can practice division tables 1-12, word problems, and more.

– Help your kids multiply their math super powers with this fun FREE Multiplication Practice with Superheroes unit. Kids have a chance to practice multiplication tables 1-12, word problems, and more, and it’s all based around superheroes.

– You’ll love this no-prep hands-on activity to help your kids practice multiplication and division skills? You can get precisely that with this FREE Math Cut & Paste – Multiplication and Division unit.

– Do you ever wish there was a way to spice up math practice? Make repetition fun and more exciting by combining it with other subjects. This FREE Math Facts Copywork combines multiplication and division with handwriting practice.

Free Language Arts & Foreign Language Resources:

– Do you want your kids to learn a foreign language, but not sure where to start? Check out these resources to help you get started.

– Do your kids do book reports? Do you often forget about them? If you’re looking to incorporate more book reports in to your homeschool, check out these FREE options.

– Are your kids football fans? They will enjoy using their creativity with these FREE football writing activities!! This set includes copywork and writing prompts for both manuscript and plain lines for older kids.

Free Science and Nature Study Resources:

– Do your kids love to make shapes or animals out of the clouds? Do they know what types of clouds they are looking at? Learn more about ten of the most common types of clouds, children will love this free hands-on All About Clouds Flip Book.

– Sometimes it just isn’t feasible to travel and visit a zoo or aquarium. What about seeing animals in Africa on a safari? Not everyone can take that trip in person. Now you can with these LIVE animal cams from around the world!

– If your family has shown an interest in learning constellations and the skies, then don’t pass up the chance to teach them all about them. Check out all these wonderful resources about constellations.

– Learning to sort and classify animals into their major groupings is a fun part of science that can’t be missed. With these FREE Animal Classification Color by Code worksheets, students can learn the differences between mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians, arthropods, and mollusks.

– Do your kids know animal classifications? Do they know why a dog is a dog? Or a cow a cow? This FREE Animal Classification Cut & Paste activity is a fun way to learn about 7 groups of animals and what makes each group unique.

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.

FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 29 Freebies!

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.

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General Homeschooling Freebies:

– Most book lists geared toward homeschool moms are directly related to the education and character development of the kids. Here are 4 out-of-the-box books for homeschool moms. And be sure to grab the FREEBIE book lists at the end of this post!

– Farm unit studies are super fun. But learning about farming all around the world brings an intriguing twist to your farm theme. Try these FREE resources to learn about farming around the world.

– Homeschooling through the holidays can be extra difficult… OR it can be extra fun! Check out this FREE Thanksgiving Unit Study.

– October is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month, which makes a great time to learn all about popcorn in your homeschool – and of course, pop some popcorn. Use these FREE resources to celebrate.

– With this FREE Sewing Terminology Copywork Notebook, students can practice their handwriting skills while learning 20 key sewing terms and definitions.

Early Learning Freebies:

– Learning to read is a difficult task for young students. There are so many different patterns that it is often confusing for our younger students learning to read. Use these more than 350 word family worksheets absolutely FREE.

– Do you have a budding reader? Your young readers will love practicing their sight reading skills with these FREE sight words easy readers. This set includes five different readers for the words a, I, it/is, the, and you.

– This second volume of sight word readers includes the words and, go, me, my, and to. With these five FREE sight word early readers, learners will work on seeing and reading the word repeatedly, as well as those previously learned.

– These FREE sight word early readers are the perfect addition to any reading curriculum. Use them alongside flashcards, as daily or weekly reviews and much more. Download them today!

– Sight word easy readers help children gain confidence in their reading as well as improve their skills. Use these FREE volume 4 sight word easy readers today.

– Flashcards are just another level of practice. They can be used in multiple ways too. Download and print these FREE Pre-Primer Sight Word Flashcards today and get started with your young readers.

– My kids love word searches. They are a unique and fun way to learn facts, practice reading and more. Use these FREE Word Searches for Pre-Primer Sight Words. This set includes 7 different searches.

– Why not make following directions 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!

Free Math & Music Resources:

– Multiplication is one of those things that you must know, and master to be able to have a strong foundation in math. But it can also be frustrating and difficult for some kids. Use these FREE Times Talbes and Skip Counting printables to help kids master this skill.

– Providing our children with opportunities to practice, and perfect rhythm is a simple but useful win for us parents. Be sure to explore these FREE tools and resources for teaching rhythm in your homeschool.

– The mission of the book is to educate parents on the problems as well as the solutions to today’s math education crisis. This book will empower any parent to provide a superior math education to their children. Get yours today!

– Do your kids struggle with their multiplication facts? These FREE printable multiplication flashcards are a great way to help kids practice and master their mulitplication facts. They include facts for numbers 1-12.

Free Language Arts & Foreign Language Resources:

– Every kid needs to learn how to write a book report. Why not help make it fun with these FREE Book Report Templates. If you’re working on writing book reports with your kids, download yours today!

– This FREE Spanish Vocabulary Cut and Paste Activity helps students learn and remember 64 Spanish words. It’s a great practice tool for elementary students learning Spanish.

Free Science and Nature Study Resources:

– CrossWired Science is eager to share God’s wonder-filled science of birds, flight, and feathers. The FREE lesson plan checklist is the perfect tool to use with your Mighty Feathers digital science course.

– Five layers make up the atmosphere which blanket our Earth. Each layer protects us from the sun’s radiation, falling meteors, and toxic gases. Use these FREE printables to help teach your kids about all the different layers.

– Do your kids love looking at and learning about the constellations? Help them become familiar with the constellations with these FREE Constellations Cards and Cheat Sheets.

Free History & Upper Grades Resources:

– This limited time freebie is designed to give high school students 30 days of work to help them learn about the Mexican-American War. Each day’s work asks 7 questions about key people, battles, or other events. Get it today!

– A great way to help your older kids with their handwriting is through copywork. Combine classic literature with some handwriting practice with this FREE Wizard of Oz cursive copywork.

– Notebooking pages are a simple and easy way to help kids not only learn, but remember facts about a certain subject. These FREE Geography notebooking pages can be used for both US and World geography studies.

– Making history fun can be a daunting task at times. However, with the right ideas, interest, and engagement from kids, history can be quite rewarding and fun. Try these FREE resources to teach history by studying your family history.

– Do your kids love reading, but dislike book reports? Why not try notebooking pages! They can be a unique way to help them process what they read in a book while working on a book report of sorts. Download these FREE Literature notebooking pages now.

– Have your kids read The Hobbit? It is a classic and wonderful book. This FREE cursive copywork set is the perfect addition to a unit study or just to add a little extra handwriting practice into their reading time.

– Since nearly the beginning of time, people have wondered what was just beyond what they could see. Help students learn about these brave individuals and the lands they explored with this FREE Discover the Explorers Notebook.

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.