homeschool printables

Thanksgiving Math Games for Kindergarten

  Thanksgiving is right around the corner and you might be looking for fun ways to get your students learning this holiday season!  I know my kiddos sure enjoy a little FUN during the holidays and with our brand new Thanksgiving SMART Pack you can still include educational content   Thanksgiving BUMP...

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Free Simple Homeschool Planning Pack

This set of simple homeschooling resources is intended to help you simplify your goal setting, curriculum shopping and daily schedule.  Today, we are offering this small collection FREE for all of our newsletter subscribers. Print Simple Homeschool Planning Pack Here Homeschool Goals:  Sometime before you start your curriculum planning we suggest...

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Free Summer Reading Pack K-5

Younger students can join in the Summer Reading fun with this FREE printable Summer Reading Pack. This set includes a READ to 100 chart for students to color in each time they read a book.  This is a super fun visual way to track progress over the Summer. Four colorful bookmarks encourage...

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Mother’s Day Bible Coloring Pages

  Mother's Day is right around the corner and we've got some fun new teaching resources for your Sunday School Lessons.  Mother's Day is a fantastic time to teach young children that God calls us to honor and respect our Moms.  We've designed two different Scripture Verse Charts and corresponding Bible...

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Paragraph Writing Prompts

Today we have a handy set of writing freebies to share with you! This collection includes five different writing prompts, each with fill-in-the-blank paragraph frames for students to fill in.  Across the top is room to draw in sequenced pictures of the story.     My Birthday: Paragraph Writing Prompt A free kindergarten paragraph frame...

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Scientific Method Charts for K-2

Smart Start Science is a new and engaging series of Low-Prep, Hands-On experiments, and activities designed for K-2 students. This specific pack, “Scientific Method Anchor Charts” includes six posters displaying the parts of the scientific method. Both color and black and white are provided.   Scientific Method Posters -Ask a Question "What...

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Kindergarten Science Curriculum

  If there is one thing I've learned in my 9 years of homeschooling it's that Science doesn't have to be daunting....it really doesn't!  That is why I'm thrilled to announce the release of a brand new series called, "Smart Start Science." Smart Start Science Experiments for St. Patrick's Day Smart Start Science is a...

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Jesus Loves Me: Valentine’s Day Activity Pack

With Christmas behind us and Winter in full swing (we just got 10 inches of snow dumped on us here in Southern Oregon), I wanted to get a head start on planning out some upcoming holidays!  Today, I'm releasing a brand new Holiday Activity Pack for Valentine's Day. Our Holiday...

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Free Homeschool Planner

It's August and that means Homeschool Planning!  Over the years I've created a variety of Free Homeschool Planners, Goal Tracking Worksheets, and Curriculum Guides so I thought I'd share them here easily in one post! Free Homeschool Calendar/Plans/Goals Worksheets Free Independent Weekly Student Planner Free Homeschool Budget Tracker (5 Simple Ways to Stick to...

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Free Layers of the Earth Worksheets

Learning about the Layers of the Earth is always fun for children.  Today, I've got some new printable resources available for you on our sister site HomeschoolClipart.com Layers of the Earth Printables I've created all sorts of charts, worksheets and activity pages you can use in a Science notebook or journal: ...

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Hamburger Paragraph Chart

Learning the structure of a paragraph is an important step in the writing process.  Today I've got a Free Hamburger Paragraph Chart you can use in your classroom.  If you've never heard of this before, this is a fantastic resource for teaching young writers just exactly what they need to...

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Parts of a Leaf Printables

  It's Fall. Well, almost. It sure feels like Fall here in Southern Oregon. The rain is back, and the trees are starting to turn colors. It's been an much needed break from the 105 degree weather, and the smoky fire skies. Fall is a great time to involve children with hands on science projects. Today I...

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Parts of a Pumpkin Worksheets

I've had some extra time this week (gasp....I don't know how) and I managed to add another set of Fall themed printables to HomeschoolClipart.com This time I've got a collection of Pumpkin printables that would make a fantastic accompaniment to a Science lesson and pumpkin dissection! The set includes a Coloring Page,...

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Parts of an Apple Printables

With Fall on the horizon I thought it would be a great time to start working on some Apple resources. Going apple picking has been a favorite activity for our family, and it provides wonderful opportunities for real life learning with some impromptu discussions. Conversations at the apple farm stem from varieties...

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Getting Ready to Homeschool

It's that time of year again! Many of you have already started your 2015/2016 Homeschool Year. We're gearing up to start in less than two weeks and that means it's time to get things in order and make sure we're ready to go on our First Day of Homeschool. Every year I go...

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Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum

It's ready! I've been working on this curriculum ALL Summer..... This is MONTHS of hard work poured into 650+ pages of Letter of the Week activities. Our Alphabet Curriculum Notebook gives you an instant Letter of the Week Binder and is designed for Preschool and K4 students. It's massive, but it's designed to be low prep, low ink...

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ABC Animal Matching Game

Teaching children the alphabet is an important step in early education. With all of  the songs, games, Aps and educational television shows it seems like these days children are learning their ABC's at a much faster rate. If your child already knows their alphabet, it might be time to introduce upper and lowercase forms...

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Homeschool Writing Journal

Today I've spent some time updating our Free Daily Writing Journals for Kids! These are simple DIY journals that you can make with any standard children's notebook. You could even adapt these to use within a binder instead. I designed these to be super simple and require minimal resources so you can really...

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Preschool Printables Color Game

  I'm so excited to share this game with you today, I think it's super adorable and your kids are going to LOVE it! It's called Catch a Rainbow, and it can be played with up to eight players. (or an entire class if you print more color circles) The printable game is available...

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