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Free Homeschool Curriculum & Learning Resources

Homeschooling doesn't have to be expensive! We personally feel that new homeschoolers should not invest in an expensive curriculum until they have been homeschooling for a while and have determined what they actually need. We would suggest that you look through the free resources below to see if any will work for you.

If you are exciting a traditional school to homeschool, you may want to take some time to deschool as a family, this will give you time to connect with each other and explore learning as a family. We would suggest reading, listening to audiobooks, playing games, partaking in some virtual field trips, cooking together, creating art and crafts together, writing stories, or keeping a journal. You can read books that have been made into movies and then watch the movie to write or discuss the differences between them. You may even be able to find some that have been made into stage shows and view the stage show online to compare them.

If you really feel that you need to buy a curriculum we suggest looking at Cathy Duffy’s Reviews before you order anything. Another great FREE option is to use Rainbow Resource Center's free Curriculum Consulting to help you decide on the best curriculum for your needs.

There are so many free educational resources to explore and implement into your homeschooling curriculum that can provide an outstanding education for pennies on the dollar. We've put together a list of free resources we've personally verified and/or used ourselves.



Watch this informative video from Jennifer McQueen about FREE Homeschooling curriculum, programs, tips, resources, ideas, and services from 5 experienced homeschooling parents! Windi from Homeschool Concierge is featured in the last segment!



Please note that this document will continue to be updated. It is far from comprehensive! We have been collecting links and resources for years in different places throughout our blog and social media pages. We are in the process of sorting and compiling these resources into this document, as time permits. If you have any suggestions for free resources you don't see on this list, please email them to us at


Preschool & Kindergarten Curriculum

This section contains links to free core curriculum and educational resources for Preschool and Kindergarten.

We recommend play being the primary activity for your Preschooler and Kindergartener. Play of all kinds: indoor, outdoor, with all kinds of materials. Play can include exploring online apps and games. We've included some free curriculum resources for families to avoid spending a fortune on curriculum when their children are young and still learning how they learn.

Brightly Beaming Resources

Brightly Beaming provides a completely free curriculum for ages 0 to 8 and is working on an additional curriculum for ages 9 and up.


Easy Peasy Homeschool

Easy Peasy offers both a Preschool and Kindergarten curriculum that walks you through each day of lessons for 180 days. Everything is completely free online, including the worksheets necessary to complete the course. If you'd rather not print out the worksheets, you can purchase the workbook on Amazon for a very reasonable price.

Little House Kindergarten - pay what you can curriculum

Little House Kindergarten is a free printable PDF full-year kindergarten curriculum for homeschools and private schools. This curriculum has been used by over 3,000 education centers and families in 130+ countries. The curriculum is based on educational standards set in the United States. They believe that every child around the world deserves the best educational start possible no matter what their family’s financial resources are at any given time. For this reason, the price of all of their curriculum and resources is on a “pay what you can” model. This is a trust-based system. When you go to download the PDF curriculum packs you simply type in the price your family is able to pay at this time – even if that is $0.

Teach With Me

Teach With Me offers preschool lessons by subject, season, and topic. There are thousands of resources here for putting together an academically solid preschool and kindergarten education, all created by a teacher with a master's degree in elementary education


All-in-one Curriculum and Misc. Digital Resources Resources targeting all grades: K-12

This section contains links to free core curriculum and educational resources for all primary grades, K-12. Digital media resources that are not intended to be used as a whole curriculum are listed under a separate sub-heading.


Based on the teachings of Charlotte Mason, AmblesideOnline offers a complete curriculum for Kindergarten through 12th grade. The description directly from the site: Our goal is to be true to Charlotte Mason's high literary standards. AmblesideOnline uses the highest quality books and costs no more than the cost of texts. The curriculum uses as many free online books as possible, and there is no cost to use this information.


CK-12 Foundation provides a library of free online textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real-world applications for over 5000 concepts from arithmetic to​ science, and every core subject in between.

Core Knowledge

If you're familiar with the What Your ___ Needs to Know books, then this site is for you. Core Knowledge not only publishes the books, but it also has an entire curriculum based on those books that you can use for free! You will need to add a Math Curriculum to this one, but you'll find all of the other core subjects here including History, Geography, Science, and Language Arts. They are also working to add music and visual arts!

Discovery K12

This completely free online curriculum offers 180 days of lessons in Language Arts, Reading/Literature, Math, Science, History, Social Studies, and even electives such as physical education, performing arts, and art. You'll find everything you need to homeschool here. Use all of it, or pick and choose what you need to complete your child's course load.


Easy Peasy 

Easy Peasy began in 2011 when the author began adding her own children's daily lessons to a website to work independently. It has since grown to be used by thousands of families across the world. Everything you need to provide a complete education for your children from preschool to high school can be found at Easy Peasy, and it's all completely free. Description from the site: We enable families to homeschool who thought they couldn’t because of a lack of finances, a lack of time, or a lack of know-how. EP seeks to free families from the burden of pursuing the “perfect” and encourages them to let it be “enough.” Each family and each child is different and we seek to provide the resources to enable your family to be who you were created to be. 

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. They have over 4600 online videos teaching all subjects. I have used Khan Academy as my core curriculum when my middle school and high school students were enrolled with a California independent study public charter school. There is an option for a teacher account to check on your kids' progress and see what they have been working on.

Plain and Not So Plain

This curriculum saved our homeschool, literally. I was ready to throw in the towel (as were my kids) after a year and a half of using an online and textbook-based curriculum. My kids were burned out, and so was I. Then I found Plain and Not So Plain. This amazing curriculum will cost you nothing more than paper and ink. You can print out the entire year, or just do a week or a month at a time, whichever you prefer. It's super easy to implement and grade and provides a solid education.


Under the Home

Under the Home provides 52 free courses in grades K-4 (5th grade in the works) covering music, art, narrated poetry and prose, history, math, reading, language arts, and more! You'll find lesson guides, enrichment activities, review questions, and/or audio recordings accompany most lessons.

Digital Media Resources for students in grades K-12

Chrome Music Lab

Chrome Music lab lets kids explore music and its connections to math, science, and art in a highly visual and organized way. It's super cool looking and kids will probably be really interested in playing around with it. Students can use this on their own, but it won't necessarily tie into what they are studying learning - that's what homeschool parents do in the background, aka stealth education!'s mission is to offer a high-quality computer science curriculum for students at all levels, from pre-readers to AP-level students. Their free curriculum teaches coding, but they also touch on important computer literacy topics, such as online privacy and ethics. Students can even build and design their own apps and games Most work can be done independently, though younger students might need some guidance and help.

Smithsonian Learning Lab

You'll need to set up a free membership to access the resources here. Membership gives you access to millions of Smithsonian digital images, recordings, texts, and videos in history, art and culture, and the sciences.

TED Education

TED-Ed has created lessons worth sharing in an extension of TED’s mission of spreading great ideas. Within TED-Ed’s growing library of TED-Ed animations, you'll find carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed website (


All-in-one Elementary & Middle School Curriculum & Misc. Digital Media Resources (K-8)

This section contains links to free curriculum and educational resources for elementary grades as well as middle school grades. Digital media resources that are not intended to be used as a whole curriculum are listed under a separate sub-heading.

Easy Peasy 

Easy Peasy began in 2011 when the author began adding her own children's daily lessons to a website to work independently. It has since grown to be used by thousands of families across the world. Everything you need to provide a complete education for your children from preschool to high school can be found at Easy Peasy, and it's all completely free. Description from the site: We enable families to homeschool who thought they couldn’t because of a lack of finances, a lack of time, or a lack of know-how. EP seeks to free families from the burden of pursuing the “perfect” and encourages them to let it be “enough.” Each family and each child is different and we seek to provide the resources to enable your family to be who you were created to be. 

The Good and the Beautiful, free K-8 homeschool curriculum (Christian-based)

Under the Home (K-5) (Charlotte Mason-Inspired)

Under the Home is designed for parents who want to play a role in teaching children, but do not want to spend countless hours seeking out materials and preparing for lessons, or spend hundreds of dollars every year on curriculum materials. It's best suited for those who prefer a traditional educational approach over fully automated or game-based curricula, but who also want to enable children to learn at their own pace. Approximate grade levels and weekly schedules are provided, but the pacing and progress are up to the parents and students.

Wildwood Curriculum (K-5) (Charlotte Mason-Inspired)

The Wildwood Curriculum is a secular Charlotte Mason curriculum. The website provides teaching tips and lists recommended resources. While some of the resources are free online, others will need to be purchased. They offer a Facebook group as well as a podcast.

Digital Media Resources for Elementary-Aged Students

Bedtime Math (K-3)

Bedtime Math was created by an astrophysicist mom, whose goal is to help kids learn to use math naturally in their everyday lives. The daily activities and games usually take around 5 minutes to complete and can be adjusted to four different skill levels. The app is free to use and it's available in Spanish.

Crash Course Kids

This is the younger kids' version of the original, highly popular Crash Course YouTube series.

Fun Brain (K-8)

You don't need to sign up or provide an email address to access their free educational games, comics, books, and videos for children in grades Pre-K through 8th. Their fun-filled activities focus on developing skills in math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy. Content is organized by grade level.

Go Noodle (K-8)

This a free app and website with tons of active games and videos designed to positively channel kids' high energy levels. It has a huge variety of activities for kids, from Zumba exercise videos to Wii-like sports games and mindfulness videos. These features are available free of charge. An upgraded version called GoNoodle Plus allows parents to create interactive games aligned with Common Core Standards in a variety of disciplines.

NatGeo Kids

National Geographic Kids provides educational videos, science experiments, geography facts, recipes, history lessons, quizzes, and much more! The Science Experiments section of the site is especially unique and impressive.

Scholastic Learn at Home (K-3)

You'll be prompted to give them your email address for free access and to designate yourself as a family (or a district school). Once you enter the site you'll be prompted one last time to choose the age range of your students. There are thousands of examples of resources organized and structured for teaching and learning by educators and subject experts.


All-in-one Middle School, High School, and College Curriculum & Misc. Digital Resources

This section contains links to free high school and college educational resources but may include middle school, too. Digital Media Resources and MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses) are under separate sub-headings.

Easy Peasy High School

The sister site to Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool includes everything you need to provide a quality education for your 9th to 12th-grade students. Every required subject can be found here, including science labs! And it's completely free.

Georgia Virtual Learning

Georgia Virtual Learning provides online classes for middle and high school students in every core subject as well as numerous elective courses such as Journalism, Mythology, Financial Literacy, Computer Science, Marketing, and so much more. This is a great resource for homeschooling.

Hillsdale College

Hillsdale College was founded in 1844 to provide—to all who wish to learn—the education necessary to perpetuate the blessings of civil and religious liberty. In 2011, the College began producing free online courses in order to extend that mission. These free, not-for-credit courses are taught by Hillsdale College faculty and are patterned after the education offered on the Hillsdale College campus. They aim to provide students with an education that pursues knowledge of the highest things, provides insight into the nature of God and man, forms character, and defends constitutional government.

Homeschool College USA

These resources were built specifically for those who are interested in taking college-level exams for credit (such as CLEP). Even if you're not interested in college testing, these are excellent resources for high school learning. They have even organized the resources into grade levels for you, making it super easy to get started.


Ursa Minor Learning

Ursa Minor Learning is a Charlotte Mason-inspired, eclectic homeschooling curriculum with a strong focus on science and history for grades 7-12. They offer a free comprehensive curriculum outline for each year with their recommendations for each subject, along with a list of required resources that will need to be purchased. They've really done the hard work of putting together a curriculum for using a Charlotte Mason approach in the upper grades. You can find many of the required resources at used bookstores for an affordable price.

Massive Open Online Courseware

Class Central

Class Central is not a MOOC, it is a listing of online courses. However, they specialize in aggregating courses from many providers to make it easy to find the best courses on almost any subject, wherever they exist. They focus primarily on free (or free to audit) courses from universities, offered through massive open online course (MOOC) platforms.

Cognitive Class

Formerly known as Big Data University, Cognitive Class is an initiative by IBM to spread data literacy through free classes for students and experienced IT professionals alike. Users can pursue coursework at their own pace with no time restrictions for completion.


Coursera was founded in 2012 by two Stanford professors and is one of the largest massive open-access course providers in the world.


Free online courses from Harvard, MIT, and more. Created as a joint venture between Harvard and MIT, edX is a leading MOOC platform.


FutureLearn is a massive open online course provider founded in the United Kingdom in 2012 by 12 university partners, including King's College London and the University of Leeds.


Students can access traditional MOOCs or fast-paced "Espresso" classes in areas like data-driven marketing, international labor standards, and climate change and health. Iversity also offers intensive "Pro" courses that require candidates to pay a tuition price. Students can save money by bundling "Pro" classes.


Although Kadenze offers most of its MOOCs for free, students can pay to access in-depth feedback and other premium content. Kadenze also offers curated programs that enable learners to specialize in a subject.


As the largest online learning provider, Udemy offers over 150,000 courses in 65 languages. While students can take a variety of free courses, many MOOCs require a fee. By paying for premium content, users also gain access to features like direct messaging, Q&A, and certificates of completion.

Video Resources for Middle School, High School and College Students

Big History Project

Created for students in middle school and high school, the Big History Project is a social studies curriculum aligned with Common Core ELA standards. The program includes a course guide and it allows parents to assign tasks, track progress, and personalize instruction. Though designed with teachers in mind, the website offers different versions to meet the needs of homeschooling parents. This resource is totally free, but an account is required.

Big Think

This YouTube channel is a collection of interviews, presentations, and roundtable discussions with experts from a wide range of fields.

Crash Course

Crash Course is a top-rated educational YouTube channel for older kids. I've used it often and my kids have enjoyed many of its videos! The video series covers topics such as science, history, economics, and literature

Hippo Campus

There are over 6800 free videos in 13 different subject areas. This resource is for the middle school to college level.

Minute Physics

Minute Physics is an educational YouTube channel created by Henry Reich in 2011. The channel's videos use whiteboard animation to explain physics-related topics in approximately one minute. As of June 2021, the channel has more than 5 million subscribers!


Arts Resources (PreK-12)

This section contains links to free curriculum and educational resources that specifically pertain to the Arts, for all primary grades, K-12.

Incredible Art

Free art lessons and coloring pages can be found here. This site began in late 1994 as a showcase for an elementary teacher's art students in a school in Indianapolis, Indiana. IAD was the second educational website in Indiana and the first art education website in the world that we know of.

LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

Free high-quality video art lessons for all grades, PreK-12.

MoxieBox Art

MoxieBox Art has curated an art search function that allows you to simply type in the name of the artist and their specific work that you're looking for, or the specific location their work is held in. For example, you can type in Leonardo Da Vinci and filter by "US States" to find the list of states that have the artist's work on display. You can also filter by the style of work of the artist, and you can filter by specific museums, as well.

PBS Visual Arts

Explore the many forms of visual art, from basket weaving to painting, and glasswork to furniture, with resources that encourage analysis, research, and practice. Find resources here for all ages and stages, PreK-12.


History & Social Studies Resources (PreK-12)

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Please visit our post, Bringing the Past Alive with Free Teacher Resources page for some wonderful free history curriculum resources.


Reading Resources (PreK-12)

This section contains links to free curriculum and educational resources that specifically pertain to reading, for all primary grades, K-12. Phonics resources are under a separate subheading to make it easy for parents to find those all in the same place.

Reading is something that often begins naturally for children raised in a literate world. So, surround your children with books, model good reading habits that your children will want to imitate, and make reading fun by finding beautiful, colorful books your children will love to open up and look at. Reading starts with visual pattern recognition, so don't be afraid to start with phonics. And de-coding takes time, so don't be alarmed if your children get stuck on tricky words. We are not experts by any means, so if your intuition tells you to seek the help of an expert, then by all means please do so. But if you're looking for consulting support for delayed reading from families with grown children who are now proficient readers, please connect with us here. We offer free 30 minute consults for new families on a variety of topics related to homeschooling and unschooling.

Beautiful Feet Books - Free Downloads (K-12)

These downloads are free printables for Beautiful Feet Books notebooking activities. These notebooking guides are intended to accompany the full books. But they are provided free and certainly will be helpful for families who are exploring curriculum options and want to sample Beautiful Feet Books and unit study curriculum in general. Beautiful Feet Books is an incredible way to learn history through literature and it's truly an all-in-one curriculum for history, social studies, current events, literature, as well as science, too.


Storyline is an award-winning children's literacy website that showcases famous people reading beloved children's books out loud. Children can listen to the story, follow the words, and enjoy the colorful illustrations. There are so many great famous readers here, including Angela Basset reading Trombone Shorty, Sean Astin reading a Bad Case of the Stripes, Oprah Winfrey reading the Hula Hoopin' Queen, and Chrissy Metz reading the Elves and the Shoemaker.


TeachingBooks strives to enrich everyone's experience reading children's and young adult books with their original and curated literary resources. Sign up for free and use their Educator section for literature resources and teaching guidance.

Phonics Resources

ABC Fast Phonics

This is a free web-based tutorial that uses cartoons and sounds with audio narration and clickable words to teach phonics. This method teaches basic phonics concepts. It's designed as a supplement to a full curriculum. The common word practice is particularly useful, and focuses on making phonics fun, and eliminating frustration. It includes rules for vowels, consonants, and blends along with practice pages.

Free Phonics Lessons

The beginning reader can use the consonant charts and the vowel charts to learn the basic sounds and spelling of letter combinations. The lessons are arranged in a format that can be easily used by parents and teachers as instructional materials for the purpose of developing basic reading and spelling skills.

Free Reading

A full 15-week free reading curriculum designed for teachers, with day-by-day lessons.

Free Reading Program

The Free Reading Program is a full K-6 online learning program. 266 learning units and over 3600 interactive learning activities are designed to engage young learners and instill confidence through a quiz and success-based teaching approach.

Fly with Phonics

Fly with Phonics is a free online reading program that teaches phonics for grades K+. This site provides a fun combination of words, sounds, and images for phonics practice, and exploration.

Phonics Bloom

Phonics Bloom creates interactive online phonics games to help teach children the relationship between letters and sounds and develop the skills needed to read and write. All of their resources are designed by an experienced team of teachers and parents. All of their games are tablet and mobile-device-friendly.

Progressive Phonics

Progressive Phonics is an all-in-one reading program that is easy, fun, and totally free. Their phonics books can be read on-screen or printed at home.

Reading Bear

Reading Bear is a free online program online to teach beginning readers vocabulary and concepts while systematically introducing all the main phonetic patterns of written English, all using innovative rich media.


Created by a primary school teacher in England, who wanted to create a unique phonics resource that made learning to read fun, and to inspire children to read books and fall back in love with reading again. There are games, songs, quizzes, and a progress tracker, too.


I used Starfall in 2004 when my oldest was learning to sound things out naturally. We loved Starfall! Their systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and even special education. Homeschool Resources

Teach Your Monster to Read

Teach Your Monster to Read is an award-winning series of games that’s helped millions of children learn to read. The computer game is free, the app is pay-based. There are three Teach Your Monster to Read games to play, covering 2 years of the reading journey, K through 1st grade.


Science and Nature Resources: K-12

This section contains links to free curriculum and educational resources that specifically pertain to science and nature, for all primary grades, K-12.

California Academy of Sciences - Educator Home

This is a gem of a free science educational site. Spend some time here, exploring the science lesson plans and science films for the classroom.

California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom

Each Google Slide presentation includes activity instructions, editable student worksheets, brainstorming templates, and embedded links to related videos and online games. By clicking the links, you will download your own editable copy of the presentation for classroom or homeschool use.

Also visit their archived lessons plans:

Handbook of Nature Study

This blog is based on a book written by a former homeschooling mom, called Handbook of Nature Study (which she sells on Amazon). You can purchase the book and follow along with her blog posts, where she suggest pages for parents and students to read in the Handbook of Nature Study and then provides simple suggestions for outdoor activities to complete in a few minutes each day. There is just so much wonderful information here, that this blog can be used without the purchase of the book, but if you can spare the money, it's worth supporting a homeschooling parent author who has walked this path with her own children.

Island Explorers Program Curriculum from USC

Though this is part of a field experience, the downloadable curriculum is still quite useful and thorough and can be used by a homeschool family exploring marine science on their own.

John Muir Laws - Free Nature Journaling Resources

Nature Journaling is a powerful adjunct to teaching science and should be a standard part of every classroom. Journaling is an ideal way to explore the Next Generation Science Standards. You can find links at this page to three outstanding free resources: How to Teach Nature Journaling, Opening the World Through Nature Journaling, and The BEETLES curriculum.


Worksheets & Printables Resources

This section contains links to free curriculum and educational resources that specifically pertain to worksheets and printables, for all primary grades, K-12.


This site requires you so to sign up for a free membership. The free membership offers access to hundreds of downloadable, printable worksheets in all subjects for grades K-7. Access to a premium membership offers skills practice, progress tracking, and access to premium printables.

Enchanted Learning

This site was a staple of our homeschooling for many years in the early 2000s when we needed a printable to help practice a concept or idea before the current tech-savvy age we're in now. Their printables are still of great quality and they're always adding more!

Fun Fonix

There are 10+ worksheet makers and printable game templates you can use to make custom worksheets, and an additional section of free online phonics games for students.

Kid Zone

KidZone's printable preschool and kindergarten worksheets are designed around learning letters, numbers, shapes, colors, and other basic skills. Their printable grade school worksheets are designed to help older children learn phonics, reading, creative writing, math, geometry, science, and geography.

Soft Schools provides free math worksheets, free math games, grammar quizzes, free phonics worksheets, and games. Worksheets and games are organized by grades and topics. These printable math and phonics worksheets are auto-generated.

Teachers Pay Teachers

This is an amazing site and many homeschool parents contribute to it. I had added some of my own lesson plans once upon a time ago, and it was great to be able to share like that. Of course, it's not all free, but there are many wonderful free resources that are shared here. You can sort your search results by 'ascending' price

to be able to find things for free in the subjects/grades you're looking for.


Writing resources (K-12)

This section contains links to free curriculum and educational resources that specifically pertain to writing, for all primary grades, K-12.

826 Digital (Grades 1-12)

The site has Spark lessons, mini-lessons which are great to avoid burnout. They also have larger lesson plans, and writing projects with creative, relatable, and age-appropriate topics. Despite its name, 826 Digital is not actually an interactive site. Students don't create their own accounts to work on, but you can save or download the material to print or assign via other platforms, such as google classroom.

Bravewriter's Free Writing Lessons Download

Follow this link to submit an email form to receive a FREE 17-page digital download from the popular writing curriculum company, Bravewriter.

NaNoWriMo - National Novel Writing Month

Its flagship program is an annual, international creative writing event in which participants attempt to write a 50,000-word manuscript during the month of November, hence the name, National Novel Writing Month. NaNoWriMo is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides tools, structure, community, and encouragement to help people find their voices, achieve creative goals and build new worlds — on and off the page. Over the years we've known dozens of kids and teens who've participated in NaNoWriMo in November and written full-fledged stories they've self-published and shared, and sold online.


Quill, a nonprofit organization, has adapted research-based writing instruction into a free, open-source digital platform. All of their content is free to use for students and teachers, although they do have a premium model we sell to schools. Their activities help students develop their sentence construction and grammar skills and are designed as supplemental writing exercises that students complete over short, 10 to 15-minute sessions at the beginning or end of a class period. Quill offers prompts and exercises and delivers instant feedback to help students write, revise, and revise again until they are able to produce succinct, powerful sentences.

Writing Classes on Class Central (Grades 8-12)

Writing Exercises

This site provides (completely free) writing prompts and exercises to help you get started with creative writing and breakthrough writing blocks - and some fun anagram vocabulary games.


Helpful Homeschooling Resources

This section includes things such as homeschool planners, learning style quizzes, free homeschool giveaway sites, and other gems as we find them. Lists of educational resources from other blogs/websites are under a separate subheading.

Free Homeschool Planners from TheHomeschoolMom

TheHomeSchoolMom offers free homeschool planners in two formats: spreadsheet (Excel and Open Office) and PDF downloads.

Homeschool Classifieds

They are one of the largest sites on the web for buying and selling new and used homeschool materials, and for finding and announcing homeschool groups, activities, and events.

Homeschool Curriculum - Free for Shipping

This is the procedural page for donating and accepting donations on the Facebook group.

The link to the Facebook group is:

Homeschool Curriculum Marketplace

Buy and sell your homeschool or education material here!

Homeschool On Blog's Learning style quiz and curriculum list

This blog has a 10 question quiz to help you identify your student's learning style, along with links to information about different types of learners.

The BackPack

Used textbooks and homeschool curriculum.

Lists of Educational Resources from other Blogs

Educational Resources Google Drive database

This Google Drive document was created by a homeschooling parent who wanted to share the educational resources that worked for her and her son, Tyler, with the rest of the homeschooling community. There is also a Facebook link in the database, to the public group where they post updates and gather information from others.

Freedom Homeschooling's All-in-One Curriculum Page

This list was created by a homeschool parent blogger whose goal is to share all of the free educational resources she's found with others. Her Additional Resources section has resources that may require a purchase to complete the curriculum.


Do you have something you want to see here? If you have any suggestions for free resources you don't see on this list, please email them to us at We are always adding to this list!


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