Happy Labor Day!
This is a post you definitely don’t want to miss. It has links to dozens of freebies in science, history, language arts, math, PreK, German and Spanish!!
Today is a holiday that honors the hard work of men and women across America. This blog has been my labor of love for more than seven years! It started as a way for me to document our homeschool journey and eventually became my career! Thank you so much for everyone who has supported the blog with purchases, kind comments, emails, and FB likes! A heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you!!
I thought it would be fitting to honor all homeschooler’s and educator’s hard work by highlighting some of the free materials we have on the blog. I know we have hundreds of new readers and because we have well over 2,000 posts, I know it’s easy to miss some of our materials! And, believe it or not, I’ve left out tons of resources in the list below, so be sure to use the categories list or search function on the left sidebar if you’re looking for something specific.
I hope you find something to make your homeschool journey just a little bit easier! ~Liesl and the Kids
Normally, I include lots of photos of our materials, but this post is so long I’m not going to include many pictures.
I’ll group these freebies by general topic:
If you are an eclectic homeschooler like we are (we use a wide variety of homeschool curriculum, books and a lot of hands-on activities), you might find these resource guides helpful. They are free here on the blog:
Creating your Own Homeschool Curriculum: Kindergarten, Grade 1 (a 50 page free resource guide)
Creating your Own Homeschool Curriculum: Grade 2-Grade 3 (a free resource guide)
Natural Disasters Unit (Lapbook and Activities) – Currently free.
Free Chemistry Experiment Packet (for ages 7-8 or so): Matter is neither created nor destroyed, acids-bases, mixtures, chromatography, etc.
Free Bohr Diagram Worksheets (Chemistry Unit-Studying the Periodic table and Elements)
Our Science Unit checklist for Elementary and Middle School is a really popular. It’s a free printable checklist of the units I hope the kids cover (at least once, if not more) from K to 8.
Free Native American Notebook Pages:
Plains Indians – Cheyenne and Sioux (Sand Creek, Wounded Knee, etc.)
US Presidents Notebook Pages (Don’t miss the fun, USA Presidents song to learn all 45 Presidents!)
Renaissance Notebook Pages (Currently Free)
Reformation Notebook Pages (Currently Free)
Free World Religion Notebook Pages:
Homeschool History Free Checklist (What I hope we cover grades K to 8)
This language arts post shares some of the language arts curriculum (spelling, grammar, literature, etc.) we use in our homeschool (though there’s no printable at this post).
Writing Resource Pack (Currently Free!)
PreK and Montessori Materials
Free Ultimate Game Board (For Any Math Fact Practice!) - We used this gameboard for years and years as the kids learned their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math facts!! They would beg to play more!!
Free Minecraft Addition and Subtraction Pages, Free Minecraft Multiplication Pages
Minecraft Skip Counting Pages – for practicing skip counting by 2s through 8s
Free Pokemon-Themed Multiplication Pages – These were characters I drew when DD really loved Pokemon several years ago.
Free 6s and 7s Multiplication Game Boards – Catch the Mouse Game (for practicing the 6s and 7s times tables)
Free Numbers 1 to 20 Matching Pages (German)
Nationalities (in German) for practicing Where do you Come From?
German Prepositions – Accusative and Dative Prepositions, songs, cards and practice pages
Free Numbers 1 to 20 Matching Pages (Spanish)
Free Fall-Themed Packets for Ages 3-6 (PreK-Gr. 1) – Links to a dozen free PreK Packets from around the Web!
More Free Preschool Printables:
Free Bug-Themed Tracing and Matching Pages – This post has lots of fun bug-themed activities ED did in this unit!
P.S. If you want another, more comprehensive list of our history packets, visit the History Unit tab above.Similarly, we have a Science Unit page with links to many of our Science Packets and posts featuring hands-on science activities and experiments.
NOTE: We have so many free holiday-themed printables that I’m not going to list them here. Just use the search bar and look for fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc. and you’ll find dozens and dozens of free printables!
See you again soon here or over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page! Don’t forget to Subscribe to our Homeschool Den Newsletter. You might also want to check out some of our resources pages above (such as our Science, Language Arts, or History Units Resource Pages) which have links to dozens of posts. Don’t forget to check out Our Store as well. ~Liesl