Finding the right curriculum can be challenging! Whether you're looking for the perfect homeschool curriculum, preschool curriculum, or just the right teaching resources for your classroom, it's not easy finding the perfect fit.
Choosing a Curriculum
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For suggestions on what to consider when looking at different curriculums, this article on What to Look For in a Homeschool Curriculum will help guide you.
We've taken the legwork out of finding great curriculum by listing it for you below. The curriculum is broken down into the following sections:
The listings include complete curriculums, worksheets, teaching printables, workbooks, online homeschool curriculums, and more. We've arranged them in alphabetical order by category to make it easier for you to find options for your teaching needs.
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Start the day off with gratitude. Journaling is a great way to practice writing and self-expression. This printable gratitude journal helps kids focus on the things they’re thankful for while getting in some needed writing practice. Use it at the beginning of the day before starting lessons or at the end of the day as a time to reflect on the positives of the day.
Does a hashtag create real social change? An Inquiry-Based Synthesis Essay from Mud and Ink Teaching
Inspire and research, that's the theme of Eva Varga's science unit studies. The Engineering Unit Study asks kids to focus on the world's tallest buildings by asking questions like: what are they made of, why does it look the way it does, and where is it located? Students are then asked to create their own buildings based on the research they did. It's the perfect combination of hands-on learning and scientific research.
Social Studies & History Curriculum
Do your kids love sharks? This curriculum of Shark Video Art Lessons is equal parts instructional and fun. It features 10 art lessons, 20 step-by-step tutorials, and plenty of art learning goodness! It's perfect for novice and advanced artists and can be used with multiple children which makes it ideal for use with a class or homeschool family. Check out the sample lesson from this series here!
Combine art and history all in one with these video art lessons! Featuring 23 Middle Ages art lessons, upper elementary and high school students can connect drawing and history with lessons on knights and crusaders, dragons, viking ships, castles and more! Try out the sample lesson on drawing a crown!
Break down music education into 15-minute increments with these fun and engaging music lessons for elementary! Everything you need to study music - including corresponding worksheets - is included! The self-paced class includes 15 lessons that will last for months! See the preview lesson here.
Physical Education Curriculum
Perfect for ages 2-6, Teaching Preschool with Nursery Rhymes features 10 popular nursery rhymes that keep young learners engaged without a ton of prep work needed. There are 100 pages of activities with a mixture of worksheets and hands-on activities. Little learners will focus on literacy, math, and music skills. There are also 25 extension activities to help you extend the learning!
Teaching your kids how to have a growth mindset gives them the much needed skill of resiliency. Not only does it create a more positive, optimistic attitude, it allows them to see mistakes and failures as learning opportunities instead of flaws. These Growth Mindset Notes are perfect for putting on desks, passing out to students throughout the day, leaving in lunch boxes, or stapling to graded work. Remind students that they are amazing and that they can work through hard times! CLICK HERE to get them.
Free Teaching Resources
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- Free Language Arts & Reading Resources
- Free Math Resources
- Free Science Resources
- Free Social Studies and History Resources
- Free Teaching Resources (Miscellaneous)
Free Language Arts & Reading Resources
Free Math Resources
Free Science Resources
Free Social Studies & History Resources