|Happy Friday Friends! |
I’m so excited to share our very first Freebie Friday and it is jam-packed with goodies from some of my favorite homeschool bloggers!
There’s a TON of freebies below…and here’s my suggestion. Go ahead and download each of the freebies – even if they aren’t relevant to your homeschool at the moment. You never know when you might need to dig into your treasure chest of resources (I use Dropbox to keep all my goodies!)
This will allow you to keep a toolbox full of homeschool resources and printables for years to come. Then, when you are working on specific subject or topic, you can simply dig into that stockpile and find the perfect tool to complement your lesson or task!
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|Destiny from Some Call It Destiny is kindly sharing this beautiful Forty-two page customizable homeschool planner that includes the ability to plan yearly, monthly, or weekly. It includes multiple planning pages for curriculum, memorization tracking, and goal setting. This planner works well with any number of children. Get your free homeschool planner now!|
Melissa from Rolling Prarie Readers has a super cute pumpkin learning activities pack for toddlers and preschoolers. If you have toddlers or preschoolers, you’ll love these pumpkin learning activities! This guide includes five mix-and-match ideas that will help your little one strengthen their fine motor skills, build stamina for independent play, and practice skills like one-to-one correspondence, patterning, estimating, and more. Get your pumpkin learning activities pack now!
Ashley from Forgetful Momma has this Arctic Animals Science Experiment & Worksheet. Get your free copy of the worksheet and enjoy the accompanying science experiment with your kids!
Monica from Mommy Maestra has a free 2020 Skills List. In it, you’ll find three different checklists of life skills that children can develop during their time at home, PLUS a checklist of virtual field trips to take. The first page is of important life skills children should master before leaving home. The second page lists basic cooking skills for kids to learn. The final skills list focuses on learning a new craft with project ideas. This bilingual set is available in both English and Spanish versions. Get your skills list here.
There is so much to do in a day. Taking care of everything and enjoying our days can feel hard- like we have to choose one over the other. Little changes can help. Somethings in our life may need to go on autopilot; some things may need to move up our priority list. Kelly’s free workbook– How to Create a Family Rhythm can help! When we create a family rhythm we pay better attention to the everyday moments that are going well and adjust the parts of our day that feel stuck or hard.
Marla from Jumping Into Genius has these Blueprints for Brain Friendly Learning. Get the important principles of learning discovered by cognitive and neuro scientists at your fingertips. Just two pages written in plain English, so you can teach the way kids learn. Get your blueprints now!
You want to include poetry memorization in your homeschool, but you’re not sure where to start. Start here with 5 of Amy from Humility and Doxology’s family’s favorites! This printable poetry memory work is easy to include in your Morning Basket, your read-aloud time, or whenever you want to bring some poetry fun to your homeschool day.
Christine from This Homeschool House has these free Free Alphabet Coloring Pages. You’ll find coloring pages for all 26 letters of the alphabet. Perfect for preschoolers or toddlers who want to join in on school. Get your coloring pages now!
Kelly from Hope In The Chaos has this free ABC Letter Writing Practice Bundle. With the ABC Letter Writing Practice Bundle, your littlest learners can work on their letter formations and handwriting! Each page includes vivid colors, a letter-specific animal, both upper and lowercase letters, and a space to draw words that begin with the specific letter. Perfect for getting started with writing or working on improving handwriting skills. Get your writing practice bundle now!
Are you looking for fun ways to encourage the love of learning in your home? If your answer is yes grab this 12-page printable pack that is filled with simple yet fun ways to incorporate more hands-on activities in your home. The ideas and tips Jessica from Intentional In Life shares in this printable pack will encourage the love of learning in your child. So let’s put away those textbooks and printable pages and let’s get those creative juices flowing and those hands ready to do what they do best and that’s to create. Let their imagination go wild! 😉BONUS: Jessica also shares family fun activities that you can start right away!
These Virtual Field Trip Journal & Notebooking Pages from Shannan at Captivating Compass have everything you need to make a virtual field trip super fun no matter where you are or where you are going! Download includes: Alphabet Scavenger Hunt, which is usable with any virtual museum or online field trip; Virtual Field Trip Journaling Page; and Virtual Art Museum Journal Page. Museum list included!
The brand new “Martin Luther and the Reformation Lapbook” by Gena Mayo of I Choose Joy! is free for a limited time! Use the 14 mini books included to solidify your study as you prepare for Reformation Day on October 31. It’s perfect for ages K-8th and includes all answers to make it super easy to add to your homeschool lessons this month.
Christine from This Bit Of Life has this amazing Phases of the Moon printable and unit study. Learn about the moon with this fun, hands-on unit study. The study includes book suggestions, STEM projects, hands-on activity, and a free printable moon phases activity. Get your unit study now!
Check out this Call of the Wild Online Book Club from Dachelle at Hide The Chocolate. In this course, you will read through the book The Call of the Wild by Jack London. As you are reading, you’ll go on rabbit trails of discovery into history, science, geography, and find ways to learn by experiencing parts of the book through hands-on activities. At the conclusion of the story, plan a party school to celebrate this classic story. This online literary guide has everything you need to study the book. This course includes vocabulary, grammar, discussion questions, rabbit trails, and a writing project. It is perfect for high school level literature. Reserve your spot now!
Michelle from Homeschool Your Boys is sharing this Editable Age-Appropriate Chores Printable Pack (15 Pages). This 15-page Chores Pack is filled with chores list suggestions for specific age groups. It also contains several different editable and printable chore chart templates to choose from. You can edit these chore charts online and then print them out. Or print blank copies first and then fill them in by hand. The choice is yours! Get yours today!
While learning how to multiply might be important, it’s not always fun. But you’re in luck because these multiplication worksheets and games from Charlene at Hess Un-Academy will make practicing multiplication with your kids a lot more fun! You’ll find more than 20 pages with which to practice multiplying skills, including traditional worksheets, color by number pages (multiplication edition), and fun math games.
Krista from We’re Far From Normal is sharing 100 Free Writing Prompts! Encourage creative writing with these fun printable writing prompts. Easy to use and great for all ages! Get your writing prompts now.
Make the night sky come alive with these printable constellation cards that help kids learn about and identify the constellations! Get your constellation cards now. From Brandi at Mama Teaches.
Practice addition facts with this fun file folder game! Your children will match the sums with the equations as they pair books with backpacks. It’s a creative alternative to flash cards or drill worksheets. File folder games can offer fun and inexpensive hands-on learning, especially in the early years of learning basic skills. Get your Addition Facts File Folder Game now from Sara at Heart And Soul Homeschooling.
And last but certainly not least, Amy from Rock Your Homeschool is sharing her 365 Fun Days & Activities for Kids. Make every day special by celebrating fun days & more with your kids. This free 365 Fun Days & Activities for Kids pack provides you with a variety of ways (including weekly & monthly themes) to easily add fun to your homeschool.
I hope you enjoy all these amazing resources and take a minute to check out the homeschool bloggers who have so generously shared them with us today!
If you’ve downloaded and used some of the resources above, I’d love for you to drop your favorites in the comments below!
Have a great weekend!