Homeschool resources include worksheets, mini unit studies, planning pages, and much more.
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All of these fun downloadable products are FREE for your use. Use them however you want–at home, in the classroom, as confetti–totally up to you! Just click on the pic and the freebie should download automatically. I hope you enjoy using them as much as I enjoy creating them.
This worksheet gives your kids a chance to learn about the 5 basic types of plot and chart out their own books to figure out what type of plot they’re reading. Use with Teaching Plot Structure: 5 Types of Plot.
These worksheets will help your littles learn and understand the elements of plot. Use with Teaching Plot Structure: The Elements of Plot.
This worksheet will help your kids track the type of story they are reading as a step to understanding plot structure. Use with Teaching Plot Structure: 3 Types of Story.
This workbook contains 5 pages to help your kids grasp the theme of any novel.
A table and a Venn diagram for comparing modern and ancient China, perfect for use with Carole P Roman’s If You Were Me and Lived in Ancient China.
This character map will help your children remember characters and understand them better. From Reading with Purpose.
9 pages of Turkey facts and activities! From 21 Turkey Books for Turkey Day.
This pack goes great with Put Me in the Zoo by Robert Lopshire and If I Ran the Zoo by Dr. Seuss. It’s full of imaginative zoo activities for your littles. Check out the books here.
Just for fun. For everyone. Let your littles keep their places in every book they read with fun and inspiring Dr. Seuss quotes. From 11 Sensational Activities for Dr. Seuss Day!
This printable includes a journal cover and 2o journaling prompts to use when reading any book. From Journaling to Understand Fiction.
This template is for use with biographies and includes 2 pages for writing interview questions and answers. From Making Biographies Interesting.
This is a fun scavenger hunt for all ages. Great for welcoming fall! From Psssst… A Lit Mama Surprise.
We used this to compare Little Red Riding Hood and Lon Po Po for an Asian unit study. From How Could I Forget How Fun This Is?!
This is a great worksheet for beginning research, doing a nature study, or just learning about a favorite animal. From Animal Study Freebie.
This download is a copy of the research paper topics we are using for our 2016 summer science class. Even if you aren’t enamored of all the topics I picked, some of them might be right for your littles. Or it might give you ideas for making a list of your own! From Rocking Summer Science.
This great download will give your littles an introduction to some of the greatest quotes from various plays and allow them the chance to interpret them. It is a quick way to look at the language used by Shakespeare so your littles can learn what to expect when they read a play. From Celebrating Shakespeare.
This 3-page unit includes a calendar to keep track of when major changes happen to your plants, a grid on which to plan a garden, and a shopping list page for a visit to the nursery. From Free Garden Planning Pages.
This 6-page unit includes a plant diary and blank calendar pages so your littles can keep track of plants they’re growing. From Free Garden Planning Pages.
This detailed bird report gives your little a chance to notebook about birds and learn as much as possible. From Counting Blue Birds.
A 10-page study on all things spring, this is a great addition to your spring nature study. From Celebrating Spring in Your Homeschool.
If you’re making gift bags for a book party, these will make wonderful themed gift tags. From Throw a Book Party!
These place settings can be printed out on cardstock to be used for a book party. From Throw a Book Party!
With Pictures from The Secret Garden and the words HAPPY BOOK DAY! this banner is perfect for your next book party. From Throw a Book Party!
These fun invitations can be printed on card stock and filled out in numerous ways. Put the party title in the title space, the guest of honor or hosts in the author space, and use the rest of the card to fill in the details. From Throw a Book Party!
This pack includes 3 pages of homeschool planning, including a weekly calendar, a daily curriculum sheet, and a weekly project planner
This yummy printable has 10 pages of worksheets for digging deeper into characterization, setting, making connections, and finding themes, plus notebooking pages for book reports or keeping track of the book as you read. From Free Close Reading Printable Pack.
This planner is brilliant for keeping projects for every subject planned and for checking to make sure you have all the necessary supplies. It also provides you a place to list any prep work you should do for your projects.
This is a great planning tool for mapping out each day in a subject. As a quick reference, it has saved my life many times.
Download Homeschool Weekly Planner
This weekly planner can be printed out 2-sided so you can add it to a planning binder and be able to see each weekly plan at a glance.
This book report form includes a section for your child to write a synopsis of each chapter, along with fields for main plot synopsis, character lists, and publishing info. It’s a great beginner’s book report that will help your child learn what is expected when he or she starts writing reports in essay form.
An awesome way for your little to keep track of the books she’s read.
With 4 labels per sheet, your little will be able to personalize all of his books.