Homeschool Resources for Free!

Whether you are a veteran homeschooler or a complete newbie, sometimes you just need some fun ideas.  If you are looking for some learning activities for your kids to enhance their homeschool experience, nothing is better than free!  

Let’s check out some of these free options available to parents looking to give their homeschooled kids something to do!

As a seasoned teacher in both public and private schools, I have had many a lesson that just needed a little enhancement.  Maybe it was a student who worked quickly and needed some extra work, maybe it was something to re-enforce what they are learning.

Same rules apply for homeschooling.  Let’s face it…sometimes the curriculum alone just isn’t enough.  Sometimes you need something a little extra (or more fun) to use with your kids.

Here are some fun, interactive and TOTALLY FREE options for you to use with your kids to enhance their learning.

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Free Homeschool Printables

Printables are a lifesaver for teacher.  They can be duplicated for multiple learners, reprinted as needed and are simple and easy to use.  This is especially true when they are free.  Check out these awesome options…

Coloring Printables (Kristi Trimmer)  are a fun diversion for kids when you are working with a sibling. They are also a great way to teach colors and practice fine motor skills.

Teach kids about germs and staying healthy with these free printable germ worksheets (Simple Everyday Mom).



Printable Spring Coloring Pages (The Purposeful Nest) are a great way to incorporate some fun into lessons of seasons.

If you have a beginning reader, try these beginning sound worksheets (The Purposeful Nest) to help strengthen reading skills.

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Here is a fun preschool tracing printable (The Keeper of the Memories) to help with motor skills and teaching seasons.

Have a kid who loves dinosaurs?  Use this free dinosaur printable (Simple Everyday Mom) to teach dinosaur life cycles.


Want to spread some positivity with your homeschooling?  Here are some fun positivity coloring pages (Come Back Momma).

Are you looking for Sight Word Coloring Sheets (April Go Lightly)? Here are some free sight word worksheets for every holiday and much more!! 


Kids will love this collection of free printable mandala coloring pages (Country Hill Cottage). This free coloring worksheets are the perfect craft project to develop motor skills and learn about new geometric form and colors. 

Download and print out these 20+ free printable word searches (Crayons and Cravings) to keep the kids having fun with exercising their brains!

Looking for a cool printable game board to teach alphabet skills?  Check out this Bunny Hop Alphabet Game (Mama’s Smiles).


Take a look at the five senses with these free printable five senses books (Great Family Reads).  Fun and educational!!

Help your child learn cursive writing with this learning cursive writing for kids printable package (Extreme Couponing Mom). With numbered arrows to guide them, dashed letters and height guidelines too, this is a great way to teach them cursive writing at home.



Additional Resources for Homeschooling

If you are looking for more resources for homeschooling, I have two super awesome resources to recommend.  The first is Teachers Pay Teachers.  These are resources created by teachers by other teachers.  There are many options to purchase, but there are tons of free resources as well.

The second is Rock your Homeschool.  Made by a homeschooling mama, this site has a bunch of awesome free resources to help get you started or step up your game!

Teaching your child to READ?
☑️ Check out ABCmouse for a personalized and interactive learning program designed to get your child comfortable with reading. 

Looking for Homeschool Curriculum?

If you decide that you want to use a curriculum, I highly recommend Timberdoodle!  It’s colorful and full of educational  options that your kids will love.  An added benefit of having the curriculum is that it walks you through setting up your homeschool routine day by day.

Here are some helpful links for homeschooling:



Conclusion for Free Homeschool Printables:

Whether you are brand new to homeschooling or a seasoned homeschooling mama, finding new and free homeschool resources is always helpful.  These exciting options will help you rock homeschooling and engage your little learners!

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