Homeschoolers today have a great advantage over the homeschooling pioneers of the early 1980’s. We have the internet! It is truly amazing how many FREE resources are available for homeschoolers. While I can’t possibly list all the free resources available to homeschoolers, I’ll list some of my favorites. If you have a free homeschool resource please share it in the comments and I’ll add it to this post.
Affordable Online Colleges: Sorry, we don’t have a free college to recommend, but Affordable Schools Online lists cheap online colleges which can be sorted by school, location, or tuition cost.
Ambleside Online: Full online curriculum using the Charlotte Mason method of learning.
Answers in Genesis: Free online games and printables for kids including mazes, word puzzles, crafts, coloring, quizzes, and more.
The Curriculum Corner: The Curriculum Corner is designed to help educators find creative yet meaningful resources that weave the Common Core State Standards into their curriculum. The best part for teachers is that everything is free!
Dad’s Worksheets: Over 6,000 free math worksheets. You can print them or work online.
Daily Grammar: This archive contains links to free grammar lessons and quizzes. Daily Grammar consists of 440 lessons and 88 quizzes.
Donna Young: One of the first free online homeschool resource site, you will find lesson plans, report cards, calendars, handwriting sheets and more. I’ve been using this site for years!
Edudemic: Edudemic ranked over 180 online colleges based on student value, price, and reputation. This ranking provides you with information about the most affordable colleges online out there today.
Enchanted Learning: This site has a free version and a paid version. The paid version is very inexpensive, but check out the free worksheets to see if it is a good fit!
FamiliesAlive.org: FamiliesAlive® is a hub of resources for busy parents that want to teach their children about the Lord. Register for free and receive 23 chapters of web-based devotional curriculum. Each chapter includes object lessons, a storybook, discussion questions, application ideas, and activity packs.
Free Homeschool Projects, Experiments & Hands on Fun: More than 60 free projects and experiments from science to writing to music and more.
Free Homeschool Printables: Dozens of free printables covering a variety of topics, ages, and subjects.
Hippo Campus: Multimedia content for high school and college classes.
Homeschool Creations: I met Jolanthe a few years ago at a homeschool convention. My advice, subscribe to this site immediately! She has so many amazing free resources on her site I cannot even begin to list them all.
Homeschool Curriculum Reviews: Written by real homeschooling moms, giving their unbiased opinions, this is a great resource for anyone considering homeschooling or looking to try a new curriculum. Almost 100 curriculum reviews covering all grades from preschool through high school!
Homeschool Freebie of the Day: Just like the name, every day- one freebie.
Homeschool Share: Unit studies, lap books, Five in a Row resources and more, the site is kind of plain but contains a ton of information.
How to Homeschool for Free: This is a great site to show you full curriculum options, unit studies, printables and more…all for free!
K12 Reader: Free Printable Reading Worksheets, Lessons and Activities for Classroom use and Home Schooling.
The Language Tortoise: This site contains French lessons for young learners and contains a number of free resources.
Lapbook Lessons: This free site contains a wealth of resources including templates, resources, printables, and entire projects. The only problem with this site is that it doesn’t display properly in Chrome or Firefox.
Little Learning Labs: A free site with games, activities, and learning resources for preschool, kindergarten, and primary grades children, as well as homeschooled students.
Maps4Kids.com: Maps4Kids is the place for students to find information on all aspects of Geography. Data they need for projects on states and countries is presented in a simple, easy to use format. Outline maps are available for students and teachers to download and use.
Old Fashioned Education: Links to public domain books available online.
Reading Bear: Reading Bear, a project of WatchKnowLearn.org, is the first free program online to teach beginning readers vocabulary and concepts while systematically introducing all the main phonetic patterns of written English, all using innovative rich media. We spent an enormous amount of time developing 50 presentations, covering even more phonics principles and illustrating over 1,200 vocabulary items.
Scholastic: Thousands of free lesson plans, unit plans, discussion guides, and extension activities
Starfall: Web based learning for kids. My kids think they are playing but they are really learning to read!
Webucator: Free online eCourses for software & web development – only for homeschoolers!
YouTube: 10 Awesome Educational YouTube Channels for Kids
What are your favorite free homeschool resources on the web?
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