Free Homeschool Resources and Curriculum: Elementary-High School
Free homeschool resources and curriculum??? Yes! I think it is wonderful that there are so many wonderful options for homeschooling. No matter what your budget is. Sometimes money is tight, but we don’t want to sacrifice our child’s education because of it. Well, don’t worry, all of these curriculums and resources are really good quality. And they are well thought out by their creators.
I have personally used several of these programs, and I can say that I was pleasantly surprised by them! So, let’s take a look at some free homeschool resources and curriculum for Elementary through High School.
Easy Peasy is an all free online homeschool curriculum for grades K-12. The only materials you will need to buy are pencils, paper, and other basic supplies! We used Easy Peasy for Math and a few other extras, we love it! Check out our review of Easy Peasy Math 1.
K12 offers tuition-free online schooling for grades K-12.
Ambleside is a free homeschooling program for all grades. They are a Charlotte Mason curriculum, and they use mostly free online books or free kindle books for their resources.
The Good and The Beautiful offers their Language Arts curriculum for free on levels 1-5. The program covers all subject areas in Language Arts (Spelling, reading, writing, etc.), and they also cover extras such as Art Appreciation, and Geography!
Subjects you can find at Khan Academy range from Math and Science to Computer Programming!
An Old Fashioned Education is a full curriculum covering all subjects for grades K-12.
Easy Peasy has a separate website for their High School program. The link above will take you directly to Easy Peasy High School. Use the link in the previous list to go to the Elementary-Middle School program.
Other free resources for all grades:
Homeschool Giveaways has all kinds of free curriculum and resources all the time! You could find just about anything.
Notebooking pages is exactly what it sound like. They have a free and paid subscription program where you can find a ton of really great notebooking pages.
What other free resources or curriculum do you use?? Leave it in the comments below.