It’s time for Totally Free Tuesday!
Each month on the first Tuesday, we’re going to round up some of the best free homeschool resources we can find! These are created by homeschoolers who love to share with others in the community. So, get ready for some fabulous printables and ideas this month!
Totally Free Homeschool Resources
Add some fun inspiration to your homeschool day with a free Enchantment Planner from ME!
Help your kids have fun learning their math concepts with a 3-page Elementary Math Topics Cheat Sheet from Bethany Ishee!
Are you looking for a way to add art and art history to your homeschool week? Teatime with Sally brings free weekly resources right to your inbox!
If you would like to find out how to have your best homeschool year yet, Sound Foundations Homeschool has a free resource you’ll love! And when you download 10 Steps to a Successful Homeschool, you’ll also get a great bonus.
Have fun discovering all that fall has to offer with a free Fall Find & Draw Scavenger Hunt activity from The Art Kit!
Are your students learning about world history this year? Be sure to grab the Empires of the Near East Folios from Homeschool on the Range! These resources offer lesson plans, project ideas, research activities, and more.
If your kids are learning about botany this year, you’ll love the 13-page Botany Sampler from Peace Creek on the Prairie. It comes with plenty of activities to help your kids dig into nature study!
Keep your little ones busy with 52 Pages of Preschool Fun from Brookdale House! Your preschoolers can practice printing, counting, colors, and more.
Your kids will have fun practicing their number skills with the free Place Value Strips from Simple Living Creative Learning!
Help your little ones learn about healthy food choices with the Preschool Food Theme Activities from Homeschooling Dietitian Mom!
Let your kids develop a love of reading with the Fall Reading Challenge from In All You Do! This challenge also comes with a free printable challenge calendar.
Download free Charlotte Mason planning resources and info sheets from The Unexpected Homeschooler!
Make math review fun for your kids with a free set of Lego Math Challenge Cards from My Joy-Filled Life.
Forming good habits is one of the main goals of the Charlotte Mason method. Doing so takes planning and consistency – and the free Charlotte Mason Habit Tracker from Heart and Soul Homeschooling can help!
Does the thought of creating your own unit studies seem a bit overwhelming, or are you looking for an easier way to make them? Be sure to grab the Create Your Own Unit Study Planner from Life Beyond the Lesson Plan!
Keep your routine running smoothly with the free Homeschool Mom’s Routine Charts from Clarissa R. West!
Are you looking for great geography resources for your students? 4 One More has a downloadable Ultimate Youtube Playlist for World Geography, and it’s full of resources you’ll love!
Fall is a wonderful time for nature study! Find all the resources you’ll need in the Free Fall Nature Study Packet from Mom. Wife. Homeschool Life!
Morning baskets are a favorite for many homeschool families. The Morning Basket Planning Page from Faith and Good Works helps you easily stay on track with yours!
If your kids love the Berenstain Bears, they’ll enjoy the Spooky Old Tree Unit from Many Seasons of Motherhood. It’s a fun story for this time of year, and it has some fantastic learning activities!
It’s never too early to start planning your holiday homeschool activities! Be sure to grab the free Nativity Bingo Set from Our Crazy Adventures in Autismland. It’s a game your kids will enjoy playing anytime – and it helps them learn some great skills and stories!
So, which free homeschool resources are you most excited to download?
Hi, I’m Dachelle. I’m a homeschooling mom of 3 in the South. I love chocolate and have been known to hide it from my children. I can often be found reading a good book (or even sometimes just an okay book) and enjoying a jar of Nutella — don’t judge. I blog, here, at HideTheChocolate.com when I’m not creating book clubs and making lists…lots and lots of lists (it’s an addiction). Learn more…