Lets face it, curriculum is expensive. As a frugal homeschool mom, I am always on the lookout for freebies I can incorporate into our schooling. Fortunately, the internet makes it possible to find all kinds of printables you can use for free. These are some of the best places I have found for specific subjects so far:
At Education.com you can find word searches, diagrams, coloring pages and more for middle schoolers and above on topics like the ecosystem, cells, anatomy, and more.
ABCTeach has charts, biographies, lab worksheets, report forms, and more on a range of topics from electricity to weather.
The Teacher’s Cafe has links to free resources and worksheets on Earth Science, Chemistry, and other topics.
Math Drills has some great worksheets for Algebra.
At Math Worksheets 4 Kids you can find a number of printables for all grade levels.
Homeschool Math has printable worksheets for grades K-8.
At Helping With Math you can search for printables by subject or grade level.
Teacher Vision offers a wide range of printables and poetry lessons for all ages.
Find printables for acrostic poems, haiku, and more at Education.com.
In addition to printables, Laura Candler offers a variety of other resources for teaching poetry.
Scholastic offers printables to teach concepts like alliteration as well as other common poetry elements.
Find country flag cards, passports, and notebooking pages at Homeschool Creations.
TLS Books offers map printables, state printables, and more.
Jumpstart has a plethora of geography and science printables including information about country holidays, traditions, and continents.
These are the pages I use most frequently when I need something for our homeschool. The best thing about having printables available is that you can use them with books from the library to create your own unit studies!!
For even more awesome printables, check out the crew round-up here: (goes live 2/25/15)