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Free Printables for Your Homeschooling Family

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Trying to homeschool on a budget? It can be tricky but we’re here to make it easier for you! We’ve found 17 incredible resources you can use for FREE in your homeschool! Even if you aren’t a homeschooling family, these free printables are fantastic to use as supplemental material in your home.

Trying to homeschool on a budget? It can be tricky but we're here to make it easier for you! We've found 17 incredible resources you can use for FREE in your homeschool! Even if you aren't a homeschooling family, these free printables are fantastic to use as supplemental material in your home.

Discover some new favorite resources you can use in your homeschool today! We’ve included 17 resources you can instantly download and use at no charge.

These sunflower ten frames are a fun way for children to practice their counting and number skills without using a worksheet.

Your young learners will love math time with these adorable sunflower-themed ten frames from The Art Kit! Use with buttons, playdough, pom poms, stones, or seeds for fun hands-on learning.

Teaching kids financial literacy is more important than ever, and this kids paycheck template makes it easy!  Teach you kids how to budget properly with this simple tool from Hess UnAcademy. Perfect for ages 8 and up.

Kids will use this Import-Themed Scavenger Hunt to explore the topic of imports and how they relate to our study of geography from 4 One More.

Encourage your children to set goals and track their reading activity with this 7-page colorful and fun reading rewards pack from An Off-Grid Life. Includes reading logs, monthly checklists, and bookmarks too!

With this Finish the Pictures ~ Animals pack from Simple Living Creative Learning, children will be introduced to drawing as well as to symmetry all while working on their handwriting and story writing skills.

Math manipulatives can cost a small fortune, but they don’t have to! Orison Orchard is sharing these free DIY math manipulative printables and a few things from around your home or the dollar store will give you a great basic kit.

Download this Laura Ingalls Wilder Unit Study from They Call Me Blessed! his mini-unit study is geared to early elementary students and contains coloring sheets, quick facts, quotes, questions, and a word search!

Your children will enjoy learning the names of bugs while they practice their handwriting and spelling with My Little Book of Bugs from Heart and Soul Homeschooling. They will identify and color 24 bugs while putting the booklet together in alphabetical order, spelling, and handwriting all in one!

Have fun on a rock scavenger hunt with Hide the Chocolate and learn all about the different types of rocks!

Add some silliness to your next writing activity! My WHAT A SILLY SENTENCE printable from Teach Me I’m Yours is a great way to increase your child’s interest in writing and have some laughs, too!  A word bank is included to ease the frustration of spelling and make writing fun and enjoyable.

Find more time, energy, and JOY when you work together as a family. In these Family Chore templates from Stand Up Reach Out you’ll find, over 50 ideas for your chore chart, a life skills ages and stages, and more, you’ll have a clear idea of what you need to get back on track for a smooth-running home.

Study history, from the Ancient Egyptians through World War II, with Homeschool on the Range and your Legos or other building blocks in this fun, cross-curricular building bundle! These units contain writing prompts, real-world math activities, art projects, essay writing, and building activities. 

Check out the tips for saving money while homeschooling and grab the homeschool budget worksheets from Clarissa R West to help you plan & shop wisely for curriculum. 

Teach your child the seven days of creation with the cute coloring and writing book from Simple Living Mama. It’s perfect for preschool and early elementary kids!

Are you a homeschool mom looking for a better home management system? Check out this printable home management system for homeschool moms from The Fervent Mama!

Does your family love to take field trips? This simple 3-page field trip planner from In All You Do includes a page of field trip ideas, a page for planning your trip, and a page for kids to record everything about their trip.

What homeschooling challenges do you feel cannot be overcome today? Check out these pretty Bible verse wall art pages Faith, Hope, and Joy that remind us nothing is impossible for God.

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Trying to homeschool on a budget? It can be tricky but we're here to make it easier for you! We've found 17 incredible resources you can use for FREE in your homeschool! Even if you aren't a homeschooling family, these free printables are fantastic to use as supplemental material in your home.
Trying to homeschool on a budget? It can be tricky but we're here to make it easier for you! We've found 17 incredible resources you can use for FREE in your homeschool! Even if you aren't a homeschooling family, these free printables are fantastic to use as supplemental material in your home.

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Stella

Tuesday 5th of May 2020

The folk song of the week does it teach the guitar chords?

The Art Kit

Wednesday 6th of May 2020

Great question! No, the folk song of the week does not teach the guitar chords.