Great Free Homeschool Worksheets

Choose free homeschool worksheets to supplement your complete homeschool curriculum or unit study programs. Use them as a form of enrichment for the child who just needs more or for remedial work.

Give extra practice using reading, spelling, holidays, handwriting, Thanksgiving, Christmas or homeschool math worksheet pages.

Home School Worksheets

You can also offer them to a child who needs remedial help in a tough area. They also work well when you are introducing new topics and want to see what your child already knows. Consider using homeschool printables to quiz your child before or after a lesson as a pre- or re-test.

Some Benefits

Using free cursive penmanship, language arts worksheets, geography, and others has several benefits such as:

  • they're downloadable

  • they're printable

  • they cover most subjects, even Bible

  • they're available for all grades

  • and, did I mention FREE?

A really great benefit of using a worksheet is that it allows you to specifically target an area that your child enjoys learning about or one in which s/he requires extra practice.

These are easy to locate on this site, elsewhere on the Internet, and can also be created at home with software and a printer using your own list of words.

Our Experience

I use home school worksheets to add variety and enrichment to our curriculum. They also allow our children to do things that are fun.

Often, I will extend our study of a topic such as the history of Thanksgiving found in our home school books by offering additional practice or research with worksheets.

So, introduce your child to coloring, cutting, puzzles, and other activity pages with these free resources!
Free Safe Kids Coloring Activities at ColoringPagesKidsBoys.comLearning For Kids Graffiti ABCs, Clocks, USA-World Flags, Music Instruments, ASL Sign Language

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