Where to Find Free Printable Homeschool Curriculum

Today we are going to talk about homeschooling, curriculum, and where to find free printable homeschool curriculum.  

I’ve been homeschooling for 9 years which is pretty hard for me to believe.  I never planned on homeschooling.  No way. Quite the opposite.  I actually was quite adamant that I would NEVER homeschool my children.

Sometimes I think God sits up there laughing at us when we say we will NEVER do something.

I picture Him listening to me explain all my plans as He says, “Riiiighht. That’s TOTALLY not how it’s going to go, just in case you were wondering.”

I just want you to know, I keep telling God I will NEVER EVER go to Hawaii.  I keep waiting for him to tell me He has different plans for me on that one. Unfortunately, so far He seems to agree with me that I will never ever go to Hawaii.

Anyways,  9 years ago I definitely felt God leading me to homeschool, even after I declared I’d never do it.  I never imagined I’d be doing it still all these years later.

But here I am.

In the past 9 years I’ve used a lot of different curriculum.  I feel like it takes time find what works for you and what doesn’t.  And sometimes what works for you one year doesn’t really work the next year.

There’s years I’ve spent more on curriculum than I wanted to.  There’s years I’ve been extremely frugal and used a mix of cheap curriculum and even some free stuff.

And while I’ve never homeschooled completely for free, I know people who have.  I know it’s definitely possible.  And it doesn’t mean your child is given a lesser education.  There are plenty of resources that provide quality lessons.  I’ve watched people mix and match and use the library to teach their kids.

And you don’t have to use only free resources.  You can just supplement your purchased curriculum with some free options to decrease the cost a bit.

These days so much of school is online.  There’s not really anything wrong with that if it works for you.  I definitely use online curriculum for my children.

But sometimes it can feel like our kids have been glued to the screen just a little too much.  Education or not, we want them to have a break from the screen.

That’s where free printable homeschool curriculum comes in.  

If you have a printer, and want some worksheets and other curriculum you can just print off to teach your children with, you’ve come to the right place because I’m going to share a list with you of some really good resources.

You don’t have to be wealthy to teach your children.

Now, things change over time with curriculum, but at the time of writing this post all the links below offered FREE homeschool curriculum. 


The Good and the Beautiful Language Arts – I ADORE this curriculum.  You can buy hard copies, but they offer FREE printable curriculum for their language arts, levels 1-5.

Math Worksheets – These worksheets are for elementary math, algebra, and geometry.

Solar System pack –  Teach your kids about the solar system with these free printables.

US geography printables – These printables are specifically for USA geography.

Canadian Geography printables – Don’t worry, I didn’t leave out my fellow Canadians.  Teach your kids about Canada with these geography printables.

Science worksheets – There’s a whole slew of science worksheets on this site.

French worksheets – Teaching kids a second language isn’t easy, but these printables can help you make it easier.

All subjects – This site, 123 Homeschool 4 Me,  has a TON of free printables for homeschooling.  Whatever the subject, you’ll find it here.  You definitely want to take a look.  


There are other free homeschool options if you aren’t set on just using printables.  Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool is one of the most popular free homeschool curriculums that you can do online.

Ambleside Online is another free curriculum and it uses the Charlotte Mason method.

Many people uses Khan Academy to at least supplement their current curriculum, but there are some people who use it primarily as their full homeschooling.  There are lots of great teaching resources at Khan Academy.


To add to your homeschool curriculum, try some of the following:

CNN Student News:  Keep your kids up to date on current events with news that is geared towards students which means it will probably hold their attention a little longer than regular news channels.

TEDtalks:  I love Tedtalks.  Super inspirational, and you learn so much!  These are great for the whole family to watch and learn.  There’s even a Tedtalk abour homeschooling, BY a homeschool kid.

National Geographic:  My kids have learned so many things from National Geographic that the joke around the house is that I don’t actually homeschool them, National Geographic does.  There’s so much good stuff on this site.



What I love about homeschooling is that there isn’t one size fits all.  There are a ton of different curriculum available, different ways to learn, and different ways to teach.  This allows us to create a homeschool program for our child that caters to their learning style which helps them succeed in the end.

One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned over the years of homeschooling is that if a curriculum isn’t working for us I am not under obligation to finish it.  That’s right – you can switch curriculum in the middle of the year if that’s what fits you and your family’s needs the best.

I’ve also discovered that we may find a curriculum that works for us for many years but one day it just stops serving our family the way we wanted it to.  That’s okay too.  Flexibility is a homeschooler’s favorite word.

If you want to know some of my favorite frugal homeschool curriculum options, check out this post here.  It’s the type of homeschooling materials that fit into a tight budget, yet don’t lack quality in their product just because they are a cheaper option.

Homeschooling is becoming more mainstream.  It isn’t the “weird” option anymore.  Most people know someone who is homeschooled these days and it’s becoming more and more popular as time goes on, especially with all that is going on in the world right now.  People from all walks of life are homeschooling and I find that really exciting.





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