Here’s a great activity for the fall! Grab this Free Pumpkin Life Cycle Printable Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me and learn all about one of the most popular symbols of fall. You’ll find lots of fun activities for science learning! This would make a great addition to a trip to a pumpkin patch! You […]
October is a wonderful time to learn about spiders! This FREE 22-page spider lapbook pack freebie includes everything you need to make a fun and exciting Spider Lapbook…except, of course, for the actual file folder! You will find information about helpful spiders, dangerous spiders, anatomy, eating, webs, and so much more! It is designed for […]
Science can be a fun subject to teach in your homeschool. Don’t let it intimidate you! Get started teaching your kids about their bodies with this fun and Free Human Body Systems Color and Write Pack from Year Round Homeschooling! Inside you’ll find coloring pages for each of the body systems and handwriting activities as […]
Add some fun to your science learning with this Free Apple Life Cycle Mini-Book. You’ll also get to sneak a little bit of writing practice too! 😉 Need more science resources? Click here for a HUGE list of science resources for homeschoolers!
This is a post by Free Homeschool Deals contributor, Heather at Only Passionate Curiosity. Free Homeschool Deals Planet Facts and Coloring Pack This Planet Facts and Coloring pack is perfect for kids in Pre-K to the Third Grade. Using the pack is easy- simply print it out and go! If you’d like your kids to […]
Learn about the water cycle with these FREE Water Cycle Printables. In this free The Water Cycle printable set includes the following pages: KWL Chart Types of Clouds My Water Cycle book Vocabulary Chart Graphic Organizer Need more science resources? Click here for a HUGE list of science resources for homeschoolers!
Does your child like to tear things apart to see how it works? Now they can learn while they investigate with these FREE Reverse Engineering printable pack. This pack encourages investigation and critical thinking. Need more science resources? Click here for a HUGE list of science resources for homeschoolers!