I know how stressed the budget can get when trying to purchase homeschooling materials, especially the larger your family grows. So I try to share and offer as many free homeschool resources as I can with my readers. This list can be updated so often that I recommend you bookmark it to refer back to. You’ll find links to free curriculum, printables, downloads, and more.
I’ve created a few free printables for my readers (and there are more to come!).
- Star Spangled Banner cursive copywork
- Laura Ingalls Wilder cursive copywork
- J. R. R. Tolkien copywork
- History and Literature with J. R. R. Tolkien study guide
- The Declaration of Independence Mini-Unit Study
- Beric the Briton (by G. A. Henty) study guide
These are all available in my Download Store.
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My Favorite Free Resources on the Web
Freedom Homeschooling is a detailed website full of links to FREE curriculum for all ages and grade levels. It’s updated constantly with a wide variety of curriculum options.
Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus is an amazing place to get printable studies for history! She is my go-to when we tackle a new subject at our house. You’ll find lapbooking printables, notebooking pages, book suggestions, and more. I love her units! Click on the Unit Studies Menu tab to see the different categories available.
K-5 is a great place to print cursive handwriting sheets for teaching and practice. They have letters, letter joining practice, and whole words.
Homeschool Share is another great place to find free lapbooking and notebooking resources. I’ve used this site for many years!
Practical Pages has some really cool historic paper dolls (that we’ve used repeatedly) as well as other free printables.
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational has a wealth of free, printable, educational board games in every subject!
Homeschooling does not have to cost a fortune, which is great news for numerous families. With some determination and creativity, you can assemble an amazing collection of resources to teach your children at home.
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