Friday Finds For Homeschool

Free Homeschool Resources and Curriculums


Free Minecraft Multiplication Flash Cards

Do you have someone who is crazy for Minecraft in your house like I do? If so, be sure to check out these multiplication flash cards. There are 142 cards for all of the facts 0-12. They are designed to print 2 to a page and then you can write the answer on the back. I think that a great activity would be to have your student do that as an extra learning experience. They can use a multiplication chart to get the answers. Get your free download for your Minecraft fan here

Free Minecraft Addition Worksheets 

Heather at Frugal Homeschool Family (who created the Multiplication Flash Cards above and the Minecraft Story Starters (I told you about on another Friday Finds), also created some addition worksheets for single, double, and triple addition. You can get those here

Free Interactive Human Anatomy Explorer by InnerBody 

You can explore the human body’s 13 major systems like never before. It has amazing detail for all of the systems and you can even choose if you want to explore the systems viewing the female body or the male body. Please note that there is also detailed sections for the reproductive system. I honestly have not seen anything as detailed as this online or in a book and this is FREE! You can get started here.


BrainPOP ~ Free Stuff

“Buddy” LOVES BrainPOP! We used to have a subscription, but we can no longer afford it. The good news is… they have a free section! In BrainPOP… you watch the entertaining cartoon-like movie, then do the related activities, quizzes, and more. Buddy loves the jokes, too. They also have BrainPOP Jr., BrainPOP ESL, and other versions. Check out their free stuff here.

Free Apologetics Bible Curriculum

 This free Apologetics Bible Curriculum is for ages 2 years to 6th grade. You will have to create an account to use this, but it is free. Check it out here.


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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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