Welcome to our free homeschool printables resource page. Over the years I’ve relied on free worksheets to supplement our homeschool curriculum.
Homeschool books aren’t cheap, so whenever I can find free homeschool curriculum I can print at home- I love it.
Whether it’s to keep a preschooler occupied or reinforce what we are already learning, we’ve compiled a huge list of free homeschool printables for you.
I’ve said many times that I am not a huge fan of homeschool worksheets. However, as long as you aren’t throwing pages at your children all day long I think they are a great way to supplement your child’s learning at home.
Don’t hesitate to get creative with worksheets. I know many homeschoolers despise worksheets, but several of my kids LOVED them.
Keep Kids Busy
They are also great to keep kids busy on road trips or when you need a few extra minutes to get something done.
When my children were young each child would have a small independent work folder. Every night (or at the end of the school day) I would fill it with a few worksheets and fun activities they could do in the morning.
On one side of the folder was their “to do” work and when they completed the page they moved it to the “finished” pocket. Grab some cheap two pocket folders at Target, Walmart or the Dollar Tree to use this method.
Often I had a child or two who would wake up and want to start school before the rest of us, so they could work on their independent work while the rest of us settled into the day.
Much of what was in that independent learning folder was free printable worksheets I found by searching the internet.
Use in Lapbooks
We also used many free printable worksheets for our lapbooks. Since I’m not artistic (at all!) these free resources helped make our lapbooks and reinforced many of our unit studies.
Feel free to use these Free Homeschool Printables to supplement any curriculum or unit study you are studying! Some of the free worksheets below also have additional activities and crafts as well.