Let's talk about homeschooling today! As I'm preparing to start K-4 with my oldest, I've been doing a lot of researching and exploring. I have the great advantage of being in the US right now, where I have access to a wonderful library and a teacher's resource store. But I still find myself doing lots of searching online for ideas and especially for free worksheets and lesson plans. If you have good internet access, there is so much available online!

Just typing in a Google search for "free worksheets" or "Kindergarten lesson plans" can be really overwhelming. Who has hours and hours to sort through all those links and websites? So today I want to share a few of the favorites I have found. These are mostly at a preschool/Kindergarten level, since that is where I'm at with my little ones. But if you have a favorite website, please share in the comments below. Let's help eachother out!

Free Homeschool Deals - this website is completely packed with great deals for all ages - lots of free or very cheap material, including Kindle books of all kinds, worksheets, lesson plans, organization ideas, and even Amazon Deals that are applicable to homeschoolers. Just this website alone can be overwhelming, but if you enter your email address in the box at the top of the home page, you'll get a daily email of current deals. I've downloaded many free worksheets and Kindle books through these daily emails!

Three Dinosaurs - this is a cute website full of great free worksheets for preschool through 2nd grade. Of all the free worksheet packs I have looked at, these are my favorite, and she thoroughly covers every subject area!

1+1+1=1 is another website packed with printables and ideas, for ages 2 and up. Only visit this site if you can be inspired (rather than intimidated or discouraged) by seeing how creative some moms are with their homeschooling!

Are We There Yet? - this is another website that collects freebies from all corners of the web, as well as offering some of her own free printables. She also has links for completely free curriculum that is available online! All ages are included here.

One more that I have to mention is the beautiful printables on Ann Voskamp's website. These are not specifically homeschool related, but her daily planner is very detailed and really helped me get organized at a time in my life (the birth of my second child!) when everything felt out of control. If you haven't been on her website, it's worth a look if you have good internet. It's VERY photo-intensive, so if you don't have good internet, you will be waiting all morning for each page to load!  At least check out the daily planner here.


So there's a few of my favorite homeschool websites. What are yours? Do any of you ladies have websites to recommend for children older than 2nd grade? Please share your links below!


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