Friday Finds For Homeschool

Stupendous Story Elements

This 34 page pdf packet is filled with worksheets and graphic organizers that teach story elements (character, setting, problem and solution). This may be a limited time freebie, so just check. You do need a Teachers Pay Teachers membership to get this, but the membership is free and easy. Download yours here.

Free Printable Base Ten Math Practice Flash Cards

To the Moon and Back is offering free printable flash cards that she created. They look cute, too. Get yours here.

Earthquake Virtual Lab… and More

This free courseware is amazing! I especially love the tutorial that teaches all about latitude and longitude! Be sure to check this one out here.Lapbook Any MovieI’ve always loved Homeschool Share and have used many of their resources over the years. I just came across this ingenious idea… a printable that you can use for any movie you desire. It says that it is probably best suited for ages 12 and up; I agree. Get the free download here.

Minecraft Story Starters

This 22 page pdf file contains 10 story starters for Minecraft fans. What a wonderful idea! Get your free printable from The Multi Taskin’ Mom.

STEMbite YouTube Channel ~ Science and Math Videos

This YouTube channel has over 60 videos that teach about science and math. The videos make these subjects easy to understand and show how they relate to everyday life. There are videos about physics, biology, technology, and math. Check it out here and don’t forget to subscribe to their channel.


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I love it when I find great resources for homeschooling online and get to share them with my friends. I often find wonderful free or inexpensive resources that can help homeschooling families spend less money and quite easily have a strong homeschool learning experience. Please note that these finds are not created by me personally unless stated otherwise. My desire for this series of posts is to share, support, and publicize some wonderful free and/or inexpensive resources that I feel more people should know about. The opinions I give are completely my own. I am not to be held responsible for any problems with the resources, broken links, etc. However, if you do let me know of any problems, I can fix the link or remove the recommendation, when necessary. Also, please note that some of these offers may only be for a limited time regardless if it is stated by me or the related site, so act quickly. Enjoy!


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