How to Homeschool for Free {Resources & Links}

Want to Homeschool for FREE? Sure ya do! Whether you’re having problems with the public school (like we are), or have always dreamed of homeschooling, this amazing list of resources will help you get on the right track.

{Top 100 Homeschooling Resource Websites}

Some of the links lead to religious sites. I am not affiliated with any of these religions, nor do I endorse what they teach. However, when it comes to Homeschooling, many of the resources you find will be religious. You can change them to suit your family’s individual needs and desires. Luckily, there are more secular resources popping up each and every day.

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{Teaching/Deciding Resources}

Homeschooling Laws – Find out the laws in your state. Some states are very relaxed about the rules, while others are very strict. The first step is finding out your state’s laws.

WikiHow Homeschooling – Thousands of “how to” articles relating to Homeschooling, teaching, etc.

Still on the Fence? – Questions answered for those that are undecided on Homeschooling.

Goal Setting – a great way to start your Homeschooling journey.

10 Things You Need to Know About Homeschooling – An article worth reading before you start!

101 Teaching Tips – This site was designed for teachers, but as a Homeschooling parent, you are a teacher.

Homeschooling A to Z – One of the best, most comprehensive, free sites for Homeschooling.

ABC Teach - Printable worksheets with thousands of free activities, games, etc. I love this site.

Freeology – Free Homeschooling resources – graphic organizers, worksheets, and more.

Learning Page – 1,500+ worksheets for K-3.

Classroom Organization – Designed for teachers but great for classrooms at home, too!

Learning Centers – We LOVE using centers. Centers are a great way to keep kids interested.

Edu Place Search – Searchable database of over 400 K-8 activities and lesson plans. This is one of my favorite websites.

444 Homeschooling Tips – Can’t really beat 400+ tips!

Types of Homeschooling – There are lots of different ways to Homeschool. This article covers three Homeschooling styles to get you started.

123 Certificates – I have found that certificates really help to keep kids motivated!

Donna Young – This is one of the first sites I discovered, years ago when I was Homeschooling. There’s no way to even sum up how useful this site is. It’s one to bookmark, for sure. From planners to lessons, Donna Young has it all, and it’s all FREE!

Wonder HowTo – Hundreds of educational podcasts.

{Unit Studies/Lapbooking}

Free Lapbooks – Lapbooking is my favorite way to teach!

How to Plan a Unit Study – I love Unit Studies!

Making Books – Help your children make simple handmade books. So fun!

{Unschooling}

How to Unschool – This type of education is fairly controversial, but it’s worth looking into if you want to avoid the traditional approach.

Five Steps to Unschooling – Informational “how to”.

8 Steps to Unschooling – Start Unschooling with these easy steps.

{Old School Styles of Curriculum}

Ambleside – A free Homeschool curriculum designed to be as close as possible to the curriculum that Charlotte Mason used in her own private and correspondence schools.

Old Fashioned Education – Just what the name suggests.

Simply Charlotte Mason – Great resource for those that want to go the Charlotte Mason route.

{Art/Music}

Make Your Own Art Supplies – Super helpful for saving money on art supplies.

Kinder Art – Lesson plans for K-12 Art.

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans – Printable Music lesson plans.

Piano Lessons 4 Children – Free online music appreciation lessons.

{Math}

Free Printable Math Worksheets – HUGE collection of math worksheet generators.

Cool Math – Awesome site for learning math, all the way through High School.

Math Central – Lots of teaching Math resources.

Math Wire – Math activities, games, worksheets, etc.

{Science}

All About Dinosaurs – Great for younger kids, lots of fun facts about dinosaurs.

Cells Alive – An online microscope – pretty neat!

Fun Based Learning – Easy, fun, online chemistry lessons.

{Social Studies/History}

United States History Foldables – Kind of like Lapbooks, these Foldables are useful for hands-on learning.

Today in History – This site is great. I remember using something similar when I was in school. I always looked forward to finding out what happened on “this day in history”. Great jumping off point for reports!

50 States Online – Games and activities to help kids learn the 50 states.

US50 – Very informational site about the 50 states.

Happy News – Sick of hearing all of the bad news stories but don’t want to be cut off from the rest of the “real” world while you’re at home? Try Happy News. :)

{English/Language Arts/Writing}

Handwriting Helpers – Sometimes it’s hard to teach handwriting. These tried and true tips are from teachers all over the web.

LibriVox – Hundreds and hundreds of books.

Poetry Archives – 5,000+ poems.

Story Line – Actors read well-known children’s stories.

Succeed to Read – Teach your child to read.

StarFall – I absolutely love this site for teaching kids to read. Very interactive, colorful, and educational all in one.

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