Whether you are looking for free homeschool printables to supplement what your child is learning in school or to create an entire curriculum, I’ve got you covered. I’m sharing a reference list for finding the best online printables for free or almost free.
Please note that if you are new to having your kids learn at home, you can find everything you need in Your Complete Guide to School at Home.
Free Printable Websites:
The Chaos and The Clutter – Right here on this site, you can find free printables. You’ll find unique printables such as relaxation cards for kids, emotion games, calm down tools, copywork, notebooking pages, and more.
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Teaching Mama – Angela is the author of the very popular preschool curriculum Home Preschool Made Easy but she also offers free preschool printables on her site (as well as great craft and activity ideas!).
STEAM Powered Family – Find free STEM activities for your child or students. Whether it’s science, technology, engineering, or math that you’re looking for, you’ll find the coolest project here.
Productive Homeschooling – Productive Homeschooling has an awesome membership feature that I use, but they also offer some free notebooking pages as well. Notebooking is such a great tool for learning and especially good if you’re new to homeschooling. My kids love it!
Math Geek Mama – As someone who is math challenged, I appreciate this resource SOOOOO much! Bethany has incredible math activities that kids actually like to do and help moms like me who aren’t confident in their own math teaching abilities.
Left Brain Craft Brain – This is the perfect place to go for budding engineers. Find easy craft ideas, educational projects, and printables.
Growing Hands-on Kids – Heather offers printables related to sensory, homeschooling, fine motor and preschool.
Donna Young – Donna Young is often thought of as the original site when it comes to homeschool printables. It is best known for planners and home and school organization sheets but there are homeschool printables there as well.
Free Homeschool Deals – Free Homeschool Deals is one of my favourite homeschool sites (and not just because I’m a contributing writer over there!). I like that they share about free printables that you can find elsewhere on the web as well as their own free printables. I appreciate that they look at homeschooling families as a whole and realize that providing articles about saving money on household items also allows you to have more to put towards homeschooling and that providing encouragement for homeschool parents trickles down into the schoolwork too.
Frugal Homeschool Family – Frugal Homeschool Family also provides both their own free printables and shares printables from others as well as deals for homeschoolers.
Confessions of a Homeschooler – This is the original place I discovered free printables! I have used her Letter of the Week printables as well as many of her others, including lapbooks.
1+1+1=1 – This site has really good quality printables and printable packs, especially for Preschool and Kindergarten.
123Homeschool4Me – This site offers free printables in all homeschool subjects and even includes some in Spanish.
Blessed Beyond a Doubt – There are a lot of free printables here and Jill seems to add more almost every day!
3 Dinosaurs – Cassie creates some of my favourite printable packs and I am very thankful that she keeps them free. Many of them are huge packs and they work well for us for unit studies especially and for seasonal times.
This Reading Mama – Spend a few minutes poking around Becky’s site. She does have a few resources and printables that she charges a fee for and she also has a ton of free printables. Her focus is on literacy and her printables are extremely good quality ones that will enhance your homeschooling.
Homeschool Share – Ami from Walking by the Way runs this site and it is a great place to search for any topic of printable you can think of. It has notebooking pages, educational printables, mini books, and more. I’ve used this site to find sheets to go along with topics we are studying because of its easy search feature.
Picklebums – Some of my favourite printables are from Picklebums. They are cheerful and fun.
Homegrown Learners – Homegrown Learners is best known for their free Lego printables. I am especially a fan of the minifig writing prompts.
Kids Activities Blog – I love this site for so much more than the printables but thought it is known more for the activities, they do have free printables and good ones at that!
Homeschool Creations – Perhaps best known for its great Homeschool Planner which is available for purchase, Homeschool Creations also offers free printables. There are a LOT but it takes a bit of navigating to find them all.
Living Montessori Now – There is a very large list of places here to find free printables Montessori materials.
Every Star is Different – Renae is regularly adding free printables for Montessori style unit studies.
Montessori Print Shop – While many of the printables here need to be purchased, there is a section for free Montessori printables.
Teach Beside Me – There are a wide range of printables here and I like that there are some that can be used for older kids which are generally harder to find.
Simply Vicki – Vicki has some nice out-of-the-ordinary free printables.
Education.com – Education.com has a large variety of free worksheets for all age levels. The selection is huge but you do have to put up with there being a fair amount of ads and many are only available through membership.
Handwriting Worksheets.com – Make your own handwriting printables.
Royal Baloo – Royal Baloo has free printables that focus mainly on preschool, kindergarten and the lower grades.
File Folder Fun – If file folder games is what you’re looking for, this is where you’ll want to visit.
In All You Do – This site has a selection of free homeschool printables, particularly for holidays, even the more obscure holidays.
Free Printable.com – While not expressly homeschool focused, there are printables here that can be used.
Homeschool Encouragement – Many printables available including some Lego printables.
Of course Pinterest is a huge resource all on its own and a good source for finding printables.
Membership sites can still be a frugal choice because many have a one time fee so once the cost is recovered, everything else after that can be considered as free.
Productive Homeschooling – We have a lifetime membership to NotebookingPages and use them often for all kinds of learning opportunities. They have a huge selection and what’s even better is that you can even use their creator to make your own.
Enchanted Learning – I haven’t used this membership site myself but it looks to have a lot available.
Education.com – Education.com has a membership option.
Teacher Share Sites:
Many of the products on teacher share sites such as these are paid but there are also free unit studies and printable worksheets that can be found. Some of them allow you to search by cost so it’s easy to find the free resources.
This list is by no means exhaustive, but by using the links on this list, you can create curriculum, organize and plan entire homeschool years, and best of all, save a lot of money doing so.
You may also want to read Your Complete Guide to School at Home.