Everything is getting more and more expensive. I just picked up a $3 bag of candy corn at my local grocery store and literally said out loud “What is this?” when I felt the weight of it in my hand. Everything is in smaller packaging but costs more. If you, like me, are starting to notice significant inflation and finding yourself cutting corners to make ends meet, this list of free things you can use in your homeschool right now is for you.
The amount of free supplemental educational material you can find online is growing exponentially. I’m a big fan of buying homeschool curriculum – don’t get me wrong! Having complete curriculum for a subject is important to make sure you cover all the important parts. But I also like to get something free now and then for my homeschool. Sometimes it is fun to use a free product download to change up what we are doing in our homeschool and make it fun and different for a few days or a month. Sometimes it is nice to try a couple of weeks of a curriculum before buying it, and sometimes having random things like a free book report kit is just nice to have in your back pocket.
Here is a list of 25 free things you can use in your homeschool right now! I’m super excited about this list and know you are going to be blessed immensely by these finds.
Schoolhouse Teachers has a huge list of great free printable charts you can use with all kinds of information. There are too many to list!
Andrew Pudewa from Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) shares a fantastic presentation called Nurturing Competent Communicators for free.
If you want to evaluate your child’s reading skill level or grab an excellent book list for your kids – check out this page of free goodies from BJU Press.
Grab your free activity book on the Constitution, Presidents and Election Process in the United States from Apologia.
Thinking Kids Blog has a set of cards, Give Thanks With a Grateful Heart, that will help teach your kids about biblical gratitude. You can grab your free set here. It includes 12 Bible Verse Memory Cards, 10 Gratitude List Bookmarks, 6 Notecards, and 1 Bible Memory Verse Cards Divider. Only free in November!
Audiobooks.com will give you three free audiobooks of your choice, plus be sure to check out their additional monthly freebies! You could get up to twenty audiobooks for free when you sign up.
At Jim Hodges Audio Books, you can get a free audiobook by G.A. Henty called Under Drake’s Flag — we are a huge fan of Henty novels, and Jim does a great job narrating them too! Audiobooks are perfect for redeeming the time in the car, listening at lunch, or using a device with headphones for a child who struggles with reading.
Write Shop has a lesson on how to write Diamante Poems that is so cool.
Proverbial Homemaker has a beautiful, free printable A Mighty Fortress Is Our God Hymn Study.
Changes that Stick: A Blueprint to a Healthier Faith-Filled Family from Intoxicated on Life is an excellent free guide.
If your child is learning to read, you are going to love your free trial of the Homer Learn to Read app! Thirty days free.
Productive Homeschooling has a huge free collection of notebooking pages and more – just sign up for the free membership level and your jaw will drop at how much is included!
If your child struggles with letter reversals, go download this free report on how to solve letter reversals from All About Learning Press.
Kids Cook Real Food has a fantastic download of snacks kids can make themselves – perfect for second breakfast or mid-afternoon break time snacking!
Compass Classroom has quite a few free items on this page, including one on How To Teach Your Child the Bible and you can use the first two chapters of almost every curriculum they sell to try it out.
Homeschool Copywork has a free book called Dragons of the Bible with copy work, coloring pages, notebooking pages, and Bible verses about dragons.
If you have plans to travel for Thanksgiving, you’ll want to grab these free tips for preventing motion sickness from Kitchen Stewardship!
You can get all kinds of free downloads from Notgrass History on this page, including some on Laura Ingalls Wilder!
Free Coffee. I’m kidding, sorta. This is not really a free homeschool thing, except it is. Free. and a homeschool mom thing. Sign up here to get a free bag of coffee from Amora. Cancel any time.