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  1. Sarah

    What's New at Freedom Homeschooling - April 2021

    We had several new blog posts last month. If you missed them, here they all are: FREE Mother's Day Unit Study Mother's Day Gifts That Kids Can Make FREE Printable Camping Journal for Kids 40 FREE Ways to Prevent Summer Slide Pandemic School at Home is Nothing Like Regular Homeschooling When...
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    Did you begin homeschooling because of the pandemic?

    According to this article, the number of families homeschooling at the start of the 2020-2021 school year had doubled to 11.1% of households. Those doing virtual public school at home were not counted as homeschoolers. So, if you're new to homeschooling this year because of the pandemic, you...
  3. Sarah

    What's on your menu for Easter?

    We're having ham, hash brown casserole, broccoli salad, green beans, rolls, and carrot cake for dessert. I'd love to hear what everyone else is having! 😋
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    What's New in March at Freedom Homeschooling

    Hey everyone! I hope you're having a great week. Here are all of our new or updated blog posts this month: Christ Centered Easter Traditions How the Kids Can Help With Planning Your Spring Garden Should Homeschoolers Use Standardized Tests? Container Gardening for Kids Free Grammar...
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    New Free Curriculum!

    Recently, I've been busy searching for new free curriculum and resources to add to Y'all are in luck because I've found a ton! Click/tap the links below to see all of the new free homeschooling resources. Here's what's new on our free curriculum pages: Reading and...
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    What's New at Freedom Homeschooling

    I haven't been posting here as often recently, so here's a recap of our blog posts over the last few months. How to Choose Age Appropriate Books for Your Children Crafts & Activities for Dr. Seuss Books Affordable High School Electives Saint Patrick’s Day Free Unit Study The Watsons Go to...
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    Special Needs Homeschooling: Resources & Support

    If you’re homeschooling a child with special needs or considering doing so, finding support is vital. Sometimes it can feel like you’re alone in your journey, especially if you live in an area with few homeschoolers or resources for special needs families. Fortunately, with the many resources...
  8. Sarah

    Tips to Ease the Transition from Public School to Homeschool

    Interest in homeschooling has really increased recently. What tips would you give parents who are new to homeschooling or are considering it? How did your family's transition to homeschooling go? My family has been homeschooling for five years now. Our oldest went to public school for...
  9. Sarah

    How are you celebrating your child's graduation?

    Many seniors are disappointed that their graduation ceremonies and other end of year events have been canceled. Are you doing anything special to recognize your child's achievement? I've heard of parents planning Zoom graduations & parties and even hosting small backyard graduation ceremonies...
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    Harvard's Kennedy School to Host Conference in Support of Homeschooling

    Ideological Diversity, a student organization at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, will be hosting “The Disinformation Campaign Against Homeschooling” online conference on May 1st at 2:00 PM Eastern via Zoom. The organization says, "Speakers will discuss the dishonest attacks on...
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    New Free Science Learning Resources & Curriculum

    For the past month or so, I have been adding to’s science resources. All of the following pages are either brand new or recently updated to include even more free resources! Click the links to visit the pages. Free Science Unit Studies, Lesson Plans, and Experiments...
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    Free Virtual Science Labs and Dissections

    It can be difficult to do science labs and dissections at home. Sometimes the equipment and supplies are difficult to find or too expensive. Also, many families have moral objections to dissecting animals. In these situations, virtual labs and dissections can be a good alternative. See this post...
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    Free Virtual Field Trips

    Most of us have had to cancel field trips and other plans because of social distancing. So, I put together this list of virtual field trips. Of course, it's not the same as seeing these places in person, but it's still fun (and educational) to see the world virtually. I'm continuously adding...
  14. Sarah

    Career Exploration for High Schoolers

    Some teenagers have known what they wanted to do for a living since they were small children. But for most, choosing a future career is a daunting process. Trying to figure out your career path and prepare for it before you have even graduated from high school can be overwhelming. Many teenagers...
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    Free E-Books for the Entire Family

    If you’re looking for Ebooks for your family, there’s no need to spend a bunch of money. There are so many places where you can download free Ebooks or read them online. We’ve found books for the entire family! For a list of places to get free Ebooks, see this post.
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    Free Math Resources

    This post lists over 65 free resources for teaching math! There are printable worksheets & workbooks, videos, online practice, games, virtual manipulatives, online graphing calculators, equation solvers, and complete curriculum!
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    Free or Reduced Museum Admission for Food Assistance (SNAP) Recipients

    Museums for All offers free or reduced museum admission to families who receive food assistance (SNAP benefits). More than 500 museums throughout the United States participate. To get the discount, simply show your EBT card at the ticket counter. Visit Museums for All's website to find a museum...
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    Kentucky Zoo Hosts Lantern Festival

    March 5 through April 25, the Louisville Zoo will host one of the largest lantern festivals in the country. It looks amazing! 🤩 For more information and to see a video, see this page.
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    Lots of free history resources!

    For the past month, I have been adding to’s history resources. All of the following pages are either brand new or recently updated to include even more free resources! Click the links to visit the pages. Free History Unit Studies & Lesson Plans History Websites for...
  20. Sarah

    How to Create a FREE Homeschool ID

    See this post to find out how you can make free IDs for your homeschool! These IDs can be used to get teacher and student discounts at many retailers and attractions. Where have you been able to get a teacher or student's discount as a homeschooler?