February Freebies You Don’t Want to Miss!

February Freebies: Updated Version

If you’re looking for freebies to use in your homeschool this month, you’ve definitely come to the right place! We’ve looked all over the web and are bringing only the most useful resources to you here.

  • Just getting started with homeschooling or thinking about it? Check out this FREE Homeschool Portfolio Kit
    from Global Student Network! Your homeschool portfolio kit includes instructions to organize a binder to include:
    -Letter of Intent
    -Necessary records and reports
    -Student work samples
    -Attendance
    Simply sign up for their free newsletter to receive the kit!
  • Homeschooling a high school student is like no other type of homeschooling, that’s for sure! The Home Scholar provides “training” for parents homeschooling high school students. She covers everything from transcripts to scholarships all in one section.
  • Every wonder how you’re supposed to grade a unit study? This website includes not only information about doing just that but also a free printable to help you along the way.
  • High School Transcript Templates – Take the stress out of creating transcripts with the FREE templates here. Available both as a PDF and Word document, you’ll find these templates very easy to use. To make sure you have everything you need when you create your transcript, be sure to use the free high school credit planner first.
  • Poetry Unit Study – If you love poetry and are looking for a way to pass that love on to your children, try using this free poetry unit study. In it, you’ll find easy-to-use ideas for teaching your children about poetry and you’ll find many opportunities for the kids to write their own poems.
  • Is your high school student preparing to take the SAT or ACT? If so, check out the collection of free SAT resources here.
  • Need some theatre/drama resources for your high school student? This collection of free drama resources includes monologues, scenes you can perform, history of the theatre, resources for those studying Shakespeare, and so much more!
  • Middle and high school students will come across the concept of “slope” at some point in their math lessons. This resource is full of videos on slope and they’re all 100% free!
  • Hands-on learners really enjoy doing lapbooks. If your middle or high school student loves having hands-on projects, check out this collection of 100 free lapbooks that cover any subject you can think of!
  • Whether your high school student is headed to college or not, chances are good that apps are something your student uses on a regular basis. This collection of 100 of the best free apps for college students will definitely come in handy.

About 

Tasha has been writing for over a decade now and enjoys blogging about various topics, from kids crafts to homeschooling in general. She’s been homeschooling for over 14 years and has used every style of homeschooling out there, from unschooling to traditional textbooks and everything in between. She serves as a mentor to other homeschooling moms and works hard to juggle working from home, homeschooling, and part-time work outside the home. She’s a mom to 7 and feels like she’s got this multitasking thing down pat.


February 6, 2018

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