If you ever find yourself homeschooling for one reason or another, you may also be looking for resources and tools to help you
Maybe you have found yourself homeschooling by accident. Maybe public school bullying, learning disabilities, other public school difficulties or even the coronavirus has landing you smack in the center of homeschooling and you don’t know where to look for good (and free) resources to get you started.
Maybe you are just looking for resources to make sure you child who is only missing part of the school year won’t fall behind.
No matter your situation, there are still great free resources for homeschooling out there.
Free homeschool curriculum
- The Good and the Beautiful Language Arts (PDF format levels 1-5 are the only free downloads, but there are other levels available for a cheap price)
this isin a download printable format but it is the FULL curriculum. I use these every year and either takethem to a staples or other office supply store to bind or print off lesson by lesson, 3-hole punch it and keep it in a binder.
- Khan Academy This is one A-M-A-Z-I-N-G resource. We use khan academy as a full-time math curriculum for my oldest (who is currently in 7th grade). They also have free science, engineering, computer science, arts & history, as well as economics and finance.
- The Good and the Beautiful Marine Biology Science. Again the PDF version of this full curriculum is free.
Free Homeschool resources and aids
- Kristin Moon Science Unit Studies. On this site, you will find many free unit studies to explore different science topics in depth. A great way to create your own science curriculum!
- Zoos and Aquariums with online learning opportunities. If you can’t get there doesn’t mean you can’t learn like you are!
- Homeschool Task Cards. The easy way to set your homeschool day on autopilot and for free!
- Book List. Keep your young learning reading good books with this 150-page book list free to download with over 650 books in reading levels 2-12.
- Spelling City A fun and engaging way to make spelling lists and have your child learn good spelling through fun and engaging games and tests. * Little side note, spelling city does have a paid version with more games and lists however you can register as an admin or educator and use that part completely for free (they don’t advertise this well).
- 20 Spring-inspired Homeschool Activities A big list of making the most of spring, from unit studies to arts and crafts and more!
- Free worksheets and printables for kids with learning of elementary ages and levels at education.com
- Notebooking pages. One of our favorite learning tools is notebooking pages this is fun engaging for kids and they can learn this way on almost any subject. Great for kids who are better hands-on learners and those who like self-directed learning. There is a paid version of this, which is actually a great deal, but they also have many free resources to use as well.
- Spring Famous Author-inspired scavenger hunt fun and engaging way to take learning out into nature, and best of all it learning for free.
- 150+ educational apps for kids make the best of homeschooling in any situation! with over 150 apps you are sure to keep learning full steam ahead.
No matter how or why you are homeschooling you never need to feel as though you can’t or don’t have the means to make your learning journey successful. With a big list of free resources for homeschooling you don’t need to worry about learning gaps or an abrupt halt in learning. Homeschooling may not be your norm, but you may be surprised at the gems you find along the way ♡♡♡
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Beth is a mother of 5 living on a handful of acres in an old farmhouse in central Kansas. Beth has a background in the military and health and fitness however her passions come from her homestead life. Beth is an enthusiastic homeschooling mom, avid organic gardener, chicken & goat wrangler, who is obsessed with herbs and natural remedies and maintaining an all-around Do-It-Yourself lifestyle. Beth loves to share all she has learned about and sustainable living. While striving for a healthy, natural life, family-centered life.