One of the reasons I am crazy about Pinterest is because I can find and print out just about anything I need to educate my children–usually for free! I did a little research to find the best boards for homeschool printables and this is what I found. You’ll want to pin this post and follow these boards so you can always find what you need. Happy pinning and printing!
Enchanted Homeschooling Mom Board
This is a collaborative board with over 2800 pins.
Free Homeschool Deals Board
This is a collaborative board with over 1700 pins.
My Joy-Filled Life Board
This is a collaborative board with over 1500 pins.
Cornerstone Confessions Board
These are planner and organizing printables you will love!
A Diligent Heart Board
All kinds of homeschool printables here, including planner printables for this year.
The Psychowith6 Board
This is my board with high-interest homeschool printables, including my record keeping form and 100 language arts printables. I include printables in many of my boards, so you will want to follow me so you won’t miss a thing.
Follow Dr. Melanie Wilson @psychowith6’s board Homeschool Printables on Pinterest.
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Honestly, homeschooling isn’t always fun. Some days we need inspiration. These links provide just that!
The Beatitudes of Homeschooling
Holy Spirit-Led Homeschooling provides this free printable that can encourage us any time we need to remember why we do what we do.
Mini Office Printables
School is a lot more fun when you have everything you need in front of you. Homeschool Creations provides this ingenious way of keeping critical information in front of a first grader. But you could do this for each of your students.
Free Science Plans Using Magic School Bus DVDs
Magic School Bus videos (available on Netflix and YouTube) can be a fun way to change up your science curriculum. Homeschool Belle provides lesson plans to go along with each video.
November Learning Calendar
Buggy and Buddy has created this printable calendar that can not only teach younger students about the calendar, but can be used to plan fun learning activities for the month.
Outdoor Bible Verse Scavenger Hunt
What’s more fun than a scavenger hunt? The truth is, it isn’t always fun for mom if she has to plan it. Rachel Wojo has made it fun for everyone by providing the clues and using Bible verses, too!
My Kids Adventures
After teaching all day, you may be fresh out of creative ideas. My Kids Adventures is a website to the rescue! They offer easy ideas for having fun with the kids that are designed for dads, too.
You can find all these pins and more on the What’s Hot in Homeschooling board!
It finally feels like fall around here. That’s probably why I’m in the mood to share some fall activities. I’m even willing to think about art projects, which I’m not a huge fan of. Hope you find something to get pumpkinned up about. (Sorry.)
40 Pumpkin Activities for Kids
Hands On As We Grow offers us this impressive list of things to do with the pumpkins that ARE ALREADY FOR SALE. I’m not ready for that, but I AM ready to try something new with the kids.
That’s a fancy way of saying leaf print. This pin shares a paint-free way of getting your art in. I love it. Just be careful with the hammer. I always associate them with ER visits.
Fill in the Faces
This pin leads to a free printable of faces for kids to complete. Judging by my children’s penchant for creating similar funny faces in the kids’ church bulletins when they’re supposed to be listening, I think most kids will enjoy these.
10 Free Art History Resources
If you have kids who are a little beyond the making-funny-faces stage (but who ever outgrows that?), you might be interested in these excellent materials from Kathy’s Cluttered Mind for teaching art history and appreciation. There is a wide variety here including lessons, biographies, and lapbooking materials.
Detectives Unit Study
If you want to be ready for the homeschool doldrums (you know they’re coming), download this free detectives lapbook from Homeschool Share. Who says learning can’t be fun? I might have my kids look for a missing $20 bill. I haven’t lost one that I know of, but wouldn’t it be fun if they found one?
Free U.S. State Printables
I’m still depressed about having to do a report on North Dakota when I was in the fifth grade. Not only did I live in South Dakota, but North Dakota just didn’t have much of a claim to fame. I think that’s changed now, but if I had had these great printables to help me make my report, I probably would have had a ball–even writing about North Dakota. (Note: if you are from North Dakota, understand that I really don’t have anything against your state besides the bitter cold winds and the lack of anything exciting to do. Also note: I am kidding. Love you guys!) 123 Homeschool 4 Me has some incredible resources for doing a state study.
Be sure to follow the What’s Hot in Homeschooling Pinterest Board for even more hot ideas!