One of the best things about homeschooling in the 21st century is that there are so many free resources right at our fingertips. Curriculum can be a huge expense for people who are on a budget. That’s one of the reasons I wanted to make a list of free homeschool curriculums.
The other reason I wanted to make this list is because it’s difficult to find a curriculum that fits your family’s needs. I’ve been homeschooling for a few years. Additionally, I’ve bought a couple of curriculums, that honestly missed the mark. We usually do a one-room schoolhouse setup. My kids are close in age, so that helps.
However, it can be difficult to find a curriculum that fits each child’s individual needs for learning. So have a couple of go-to sources is really helpful. Additionally, I find that using many sources of mediums helps my students learn and retain their knowledge.
Using a mixture of videos, written material, images, games, and more is really helpful for kids of all ages. The more exposure to one subject the better!
Free Homeschool Curriculum
There’s a couple of free homeschool curriculums that I’ve used over the years. Some I love and some well not so much.
There are some years when I don’t use a curriculum at all. I just use some free homeschool resources that I find online. It’s kinda like making up your own curriculum.
There are also a few websites that link to other website to complete their curriculum. Some websites do this well, and some well it just feels very disorganized.
I was very picky with this list and I only included the more organized looking websites.List
Free Homeschool Curriculum
Popular Paid Curriculums
Sometimes free homeschool curriculums just don’t cut it. Some people need more structure. These curriculums are some that you can purchase. Some of them are pretty expensive though.
Especially with curriculum that you have to buy every year, the costs really add up. Not to mention, if you have multiple children that you’re homeschooling, the price may increase!
Most of these are a few hundred dollars or more for a year’s worth of materials. It’s a pretty penny to pay, especially if you end up not liking it!
Make sure you do your research before you buy. I’d look at their refund policy too just in case you aren’t happy with your purchase.List
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