Tool from Cornell that will help you identify bird songs this spring: a DIY Homeschooler Featured Site!
Free monthly art appreciation lessons September through June including Audubon, Landseer, da Vinci, and more.
Free country research report template for younger children.
Pattern Shapes is an interactive app from that helps K–5 students explore geometry and fractions.
Free monthly art appreciation lessons September through June.
Each animated illustration can be interacted with, rotated, or stopped.
Free audio of physics lectures from a master for those with a background and interest.
Picture Match interactive at ReadWriteThink.org is a great way to work with phonics.
Sometimes you just have to see it to understand it. If you have a student with a mechanical interest, Animated Engines is sure to be a hit.
Whether camping, boating, or staying cool indoors, there are many times the skill of knot tying comes in handy.
The video presentation includes an animated map that shows where troops were stationed and their movements making it easier to understand The Revolutionary War.
Free United States geography activity book.
Water on earth is always moving, and always changing from liquid to vapor to ice and back again. These free downloads make the water cycle easy to understand for younger students.
Set of 21 blank outline maps. Perfect tool when approaching geography in a more natural way.
Scientific method notebooking pages for inspiration and space to record many different types of experiments, observations, and reflections.
Free educator guides to go with science books by Gail Gibbons!
These experiments illustrate a concept, making them easy to use as a base of studies.
First Number Book ~ Free Download — The Finds — Beautifully illustrated downloads of the numbers 0-10 to create a first number book.
Free 28-page download from the University of Georgia Extension on food safety for kids. He’s BAC! is a Children’s Guide to Keeping Food Safe. Written and illustrated in a colorful comic book format, He’s BAC! covers: Washing your hands. Washing…
Lightnote explores How Music Works with 7 free interactive music theory lessons. With Music Theory you’ll be able to… make your own music build your own chord progressions improvise melodies and chords learn & memorize your favorite music faster by…
Most states require a student to study state history. If you are looking for an easy do-it-yourself way to meet this requirement, you might appreciate this free state history research project from Accelerated Christian Education Ministries. This 9-page download provides…
Organize thoughts, develop the big picture. Free editable graphic organizer templates!
Exploring the Milky Way is a free 58-page download from NASA aimed at middle-grade students. Using real world examples, the student can brush up on using large numbers, coordinate systems, and problem solving. This collection of activities is intended for…
Coloring with Spiders is a great find from the University of Florida extension center that goes perfectly with the spider portion of our free nature studies! This free 17-page download covers orb spiders, jumping spiders, and more! The illustrations are…