A List of FREE Full Homeschooling Programs Online!

Many Homeschool Curriculums can break the bank, but it doesn’t always have to put your family in debt. Anyone can homeschool whether you are a millionaire or on a strict budget with these FREE homeschool curriculums.

A List of FREE Full Homeschooling Programs Online!

Most of these resources utilize free ebooks or library books. I am sure you can find something that works for your homeschool family. You might utilize a few subjects from each of the free  homeschool resources, or decide to go full force and use the curriculum in its entirety. The choice is yours. That’s the beauty of homeschooling, right?

FREE Homeschooling Programs Online

Easy Peasy – All In One Homeschool – uses all FREE online resources, 180 day lesson plans for PreK-8th.

Old Fashioned Homeschool – 40 week schedules and uses mainly free resources with textbook and Living Books, K-12th.

Khan Academy– over 4600 online videos teaching all subjects. I use this often now that I am a public school teacher.

Ambleside Online – a free homeschool curriculum designed to be as close as possible to the curriculum that Charlotte Mason used in her own private and correspondence schools, PreK-12th.

The Puritans Home School – curriculum consistent with the historic reformed Biblical faith as it is  excellently summarized in the original Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity.  Documents are in pdf format, K-12th grade.

Free World U – this curriculum is free for the flashcard based interactive method, but you can upgrade for additional cost, K-12th grade.

CK-12 – books, lessons, and interactive videos, and you can put them on your eReader.

Core Knowledge – this includes lessons plans lined up with the Core Knowledge Series, this site supports Common Core State Standards, PreK-6th grade.

Lesson Pathways – so many different subjects to choose from including life skills, great for supplemental resources, k-5th grade.

SAS Curriculum Pathways – provides interactive, standards-based resources in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and Spanish for use in traditional, virtual, and home school.

Mater Amabilis – this is a Catholic Charlotte Mason curriculum, but there is a lot to offer even in you don’t practice Catholicism, Prek-8th grade.

Hippo Campus – there are over 6800 free videos in 13 different subject areas. This resource is for middle school to college level.

Freedom Homeschooling – you will find all the best free homeschooling curriculum available online, in one convenient location.

Be sure to check out FREE Phonics Online Resources, Where to Find Math Worksheets, and FREE Handwriting Programs.

 

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  1. Easy peasy now has high school courses done, the high school site can be found at http://allinonehighschool.com/. The high school is not yet complete for all grades YET (but it is in the making) but there are links for those seeking free resources for grades not yet complete.

  2. You should also check out Higher Up and Further In.
    http://www.charlottemasonhelp.com/p/free-curriculum.html

  3. What a valuable resource list! Definitely pinning. Thank you!

  4. Cindy Glasser says:

    Ron Paul Curriculum: The Story of Liberty, K-12

    Here, you and your children can get an education in liberty like no other.

    Here, students learn the basics of Western Civilization and Western liberty — how it was won, how it is being lost, and how it will be restored. (Not can . . . will.)

    Students also learn the basics of American history, the United States Constitution, and American geography.

    They get two courses on free market economics. They get two courses on government, including a how-to course on reclaiming America, one county at a time.

    Students get mathematics, either through calculus or statistics or both.

    They get the basics of science: earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics.

    I invite parents to take courses and participate on forums — to get the education they never had. Parents do not pay for the individual courses that they purchase for their children.

    When completed and online, the curriculum’s first six years — instructional videos and course materials — will be free. Some parents will decide to join the site, in order to participate in the K-5 forums, but membership is not mandatory. It is supplemental. On the K-5 timetable, click here.Also, Ron Paul Curriculum…..
    From the website, http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com:

  5. Hi there,
    Iam a newbie to homeschooling, planning to homeschool my year 2 child very soon.Only briefly looked at this site, what a wealth of information.
    I live in UK.Can anyone guide me which method is best to follow and how should I start organising the time everyday.(Iam thinking of traditional but not sure which to follow)
    I wish to teach French and Spanish , but have no knowledge.how to go about this please.
    Would be very grateful and appreciate for your advice and guidance.
    Many Thanks,
    Om

    • To answer your quest for which method is best to follow and how to start organizing–right now while your child is 2–use this time to play with your child, read to your child, go outside in the park and look at the birds, the bugs, the different children, the grass, you name it. As for “formal” schooling (even homeschooling) the best thing you can do as mom is let your child play and be exposed to lots of language (through really good books, not the trashy stuff being sold as kids books today), and learn to use the imagination. During this time, you as mom can do some research and find out what methodology’s are allowed in the UK, what fits with your personality, the personality of your child, and the amount of time, cash, and resources you have. Not every system/method works with every family or even with every child within a family. The beauty of homeschooling is that as mom/teacher, you know your child, you see how it works or doesn’t work and can adjust accordingly. Ruth Beecher’s little booklets on how to teach your child (can’t remember their names right now, but google Ruth Beecher and they will come up) and will give you some excellent starting points for how and when to teach your child. The main thing is to enjoy your child. I wish you all the best as you begin this journey of learning for you–I think I learn more than my two kids do–and we are all loving it! Oh, and expect to change as you learn. Researching the different methodologies in the beginning I saw myself as pretty traditional. Two styles that I never would have called myself (charlotte mason and eclectic) are actually what we have morphed into. Oh–and just so you know–I use a combination of Ambleside Online and Old Fashioned Education. I don’t “follow” either exactly, but pick and chose from both to make the curriculum that works for my kids, for our situation. Cathy Duffy’s Homeschooling Reviews is also a good place to check out curriculums, teaching styles and putting together a teaching philosophy that works for you. One other thing–don’t get overwhelmed with all the information out there. There are a ton of good homeschool blogs, preschool blogs, and just good info blogs too. Take your time to find what fits and works for you and your child. In the meanwhile, go out to the park and enjoy the swings, the slides, the colors, the sounds, then find some good books from the library, snuggle up together and read to your child, talking about the story, the colors in the pictures, the number of trees, animals, etc on the page. Have fun in your journey of homeschooling. It is worth every moment!

    • OM, the best method will be what works best for you and your child’s learning style. I would suggest finding out if there are any other homeschooling families in your area. They can be a great help when getting started. If there is a subject or language you wish to teach that your don’t know, feel free to get videos, online courses, or bring in tutors/family/friends who have the knowledge and would like to share it with your child. And remember that one beauty of hs is that you can be flexible & do what works best for your family – your schooling doesn’t have to be exactly like other’s homeschool or public school. Blessings as you start the wonderful & challenging work of schooling your child.

  6. I just wanted to share with you many more that I’ve found and have listed on my website:

    Bright Hub Education
    Brightly Beaming Resources
    Click Schooling
    Connexions
    Donna Young
    E-Learning For Kids
    GCF Learn Free
    Guest Hollow
    Head of the Class
    Homeschool Creations
    Homeschool Share
    Mensa for Kids
    NeoK12
    Schmoop
    We Are Teachers

    If you need direct links, please feel free to find them at my website and link to my website from yours (www.FamilyBandage.com/education.htm will get you to my General & Alternative Education page). I hope this is helpful for you and your followers. Brightest Blessings!

  7. Amy Roberts says:

    My daughter is in Connections Academy now. We want to get away from Common Core and public school. I am not working and money is tight so we are looking for free or cheap. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

  8. There’s a typo in one of your links. It should say Mater Amabilis. It’s Latin, Mater meaning “mother.” Thanks for sharing your many resources!

  9. FYI. Free world u is no longer free!

  10. I have 14 year old who has been doing k12 online for three years and it is not flexible enough as he has many appointments and surgeries. We have tried 8th grade for two years but it is difficult when you miss so much school. His learning has gone down due to brain tumour , normal child but NF1. Has done so much to him. I need advise on exciting learning materials that will not bore him because they are too complex. He can listen to a few paragraphs of infomation then we have to stop and answer questions or he looses that info. He loves computers and spends most of his time playing and listening to something else at same time easily frustrated.

  11. My son is going into the 11th grade for the 2018/2019 school year because of health issues i will be home schooling him the last 2 years 11th and 12th grade I need a online home school that is free and helpful I need recommendations please

  12. melissa a burris says:

    Hi my name is Melissa Burris my daughter going to high school in September we are looking to homeschooling online do you do everthing the school does how much will all subject be in 9thgrade

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