For many homeschool families frugal is the name of the budget. That’s because you’ve likely gone from a two income family to a single income family. Which means it’s important to find affordable and even free homeschool resource. Homeschool printables is one such way to keep the family budget under control.
Homeschool Printables – Renée at Great Peace
Homeschooling curriculum can get expensive! And when you start tacking on some of the add-ons it adds up fast. But, did you know that add-ons are just that… extra!
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You don’t have to buy the companion journal. Most of those are simply notebooking pages with squares, boxes and lines. You can print your own for a whole lot less, use a quality hole punch and stick them inside a 3 ring binder. It’s much more affordable and you end up with similar results to that expensive add-on.
There’s no need to buy an expensive homeschool planner, I’ve got one of those for you as well. The pages have been thoughtfully laid out with yellow flowers to brighten your day as you work with your children.
And be sure to grab this year’s award certificates so you can let your kiddos know just how good they’ve done this year.
See my Notebooking 101 post below to find a set of notebooking pages that you can print for free.
Language Arts Printables
- Unit Study for The Mitten
- Homeschool Literary Guides
- Fantasy Story Creative Writing Prompts for Teens
- Teaching Finance Management Life Skills to Your Gifted Teen
- Learning to Count with LEGO Bricks
- Learning Place Value with LEGO Re-Grouping Boards
- Multiplying with LEGO Bricks
Other Homeschool Printables
Homeschool Printable Resources Around the Web
- Incredible Index of Free Homeschool Printables
- 100 Free LEGO Learning Printables
- 10 Places to Find Free Homeschool Pages
- Homeschooling with Free Unit Studies
- 31 Music Unit Studies and More Resources to Teach in Homeschool
Have you seen this set of 264 Printable File Folder Games?
What are your favorite places to find printable resources? I love all the things at Homeschool Share. You can find just about anything you’d need there for unit studies, and lapbooks. Tell me yours in the comment section below.
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Looking for More Homeschool Resources? Be sure to read these:
- The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Education Methods
- A Reader Asks… Should I Have a Homeschool Name?
- 10 Homeschooling Words You Need to Understand