GIANT List of Free Resources for Homeschoolers + Free Daily Schedule

During unexpected downtime at home with free homeschooling kids, these free resources for homeschoolers can be a lifesaver. They offer structured activities to keep kids engaged and productive and help them manage their time effectively.

Those of us that homeschool know what that’s like!  We can’t imagine having it suddenly thrust upon us with no preparation (although that’s what happened when our family decided to homeschool).

To help you out, here’s a huge list of free school-at-home resources that you can use to help teach your children when they’re home from school!

And if you are a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and will be doing church from home, here are some tips to have a successful meeting, as well as a free printable program. You may also want to incorporate our free daily Come Follow Me devotionals for kids.

And if you need a break and want some screen time, check out these educational TV shows.

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Daily Schedule for School at Home

We have this free sample schedule to give you an idea of how to structure your day in a balanced way that won’t drive you or your children crazy!  Download HERE as a PDF.

And if your kids are younger, this visual schedule might be of use!

We get it, being cooped up at home is hard.  Feel free to adjust the times based on how early/late your children wake up and go to bed.

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Free School At Home Resources

You can now fill in those school times with any of the following free school-at-home resources.

1. Teachers Pay Teachers

Don’t let the name fool you – there are many free activities and lesson plans designed by professional, licensed teachers available on this website!  You can search by subject, grade level, etc.  We’ve found so many fun lesson plans on here for a co-op that are completely free and very involved!

Homeschool Share (HSS) is an online cooperative effort of several hundred homeschooling families and moms to provide free but quality home education through literature-based unit studies and homeschool resources only.

2. Homeschool Share

Homeschool Share (HSS) is a online cooperative effort of several homeschooling moms to provide free but quality literature-based unit studies and resources.

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3. Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool

This totally free school-at-home resource is a website that has preschool (getting ready 1), kindergarten (getting ready 2), and first through eighth. (They also have a separate high and middle school site.)  You choose the courses. Set it and forget it. Then your child just clicks on the lesson link for each course (found on My EP) and starts clicking through the assignments. It will track what lesson they are on and their days.

And yes, it’s all free. You’ll need paper, pencil, etc., and some minor supplies if you choose to do the experiments and art projects, but all of the reading materials, etc. are free and online.

4. Prodigy Game

The engaging, free curriculum-aligned math platform loved by over 50 million students, teachers and admins. No cost, ever. Easily motivate 1st to 8th grade students to learn and practice math. Accessible at home or in class!

Prodigy determines your child’s skill level using a placement test, giving your child harder or easier questions as they play to figure out where they stand.

The placement test starts immediately and runs in the background as the game is played. It begins at one grade below the grade that you or your child selected when setting up their account and then works upwards to determine your child’s actual grade level. After the test ends, the difficulty level continues to adapt, revisiting prerequisites or jumping ahead depending on how your child performs.

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5. Squiggle Park

For the first time, a learning game for students that is so much fun they chose to play. This engagement means kids practice their reading skills independently and while being challenged ultimately making the skills they need to be strong readers automatic.

Each world has a defined curriculum that players practice and master as they play through the stages within the world. At the end of the world, players will complete a final stage where they must combine all of the skills they practiced throughout the world. As the worlds build upon each other, players are continually reinforcing their mastery of earlier skills as those skills will re-appear in later stages.

Unlike other EdTech games where players answer a few questions after being introduced to a new skill before moving on to the next, Squiggle Park requires players to demonstrate mastery of each skill as it’s introduced and reinforces that mastery by constantly building upon the skills the player has already mastered.

6. Mystery Doug (run by Mystery Science)

Mystery Doug is a free program with a video every week that inspires your children to ask questions.  Perfect five-minute breaks for your home.

Mystery Science is also offering their most popular science lessons for anyone to use for free.   All of the lessons below are expertly designed to engage students, achieve learning outcomes, and be easy for teachers to use. We have short mini-lessons that are completely digital and full lessons that include an activity. All of the activities are designed to use simple supplies a parent will likely already have at home.

7. Big History Project

Harness the curiosity and creativity of your middle and high school students with a supercharged social study free school-at-home curriculum that gets beyond facts. Big History Project is a free, online social studies course that emphasizes skill development as students draw mind-blowing connections between the past, present, and future. What can you expect to see? Amazing gains in student writing and critical thinking.

BHP delivers a big-picture look at the world and helps students develop a framework to organize what they’re learning both in and out of school. After they leave your class, students will have a better understanding of how we got here, where we’re going, and how they fit in. It’s a place that was 13.8 billion years in the making.

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8. TypingClub

TypingClub is the most effective way to learn how to type.  It is web-based and highly effective. TypingClub is (and will always be) free for both individuals and schools. There is an optional paid school edition.

Keep practicing each lesson until you get all five stars. It really doesn’t take much to learn, a few minutes a day for one to two weeks and you will be a pro!

9. Teach Your Monster to Read

The game has been funded by the Usborne Foundation, a charity set up to support initiatives to develop early literacy.

Their mission is to help as many children learn to read as possible. The computer version is 100% free and they put profits from the app back into the Usborne Foundation, to continue to create new and exciting ways for children to learn.

The series takes children on a journey through the graphemes; rehearsing recognition, blending, and segmenting with each one.  Children rehearse tricky words, plus read whole sentences and captions.  Can be played independently by children either in school or at home.  Each child has their own login so the game can track their progress over time.

10. Khan Academy Kids

Khan Academy Kids was developed in collaboration with learning experts at Stanford and aligned with the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework and Common Core Standards.

The personalized learning path dynamically adapts, ensuring each child is presented with activities, books, educational videos, and creative lessons that allow them to learn at their own pace, creating an individualized experience for every learner.

Kids can also learn independently in the Khan Academy Kids Library—a curated collection of activities, books, videos, and coloring pages. The book reader allows kids to follow along with recorded audio narration or read on their own across our fiction, non-fiction, and fiction-level books.

11. Scholastic Learn-at-Home

Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin!

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12. Magic School Bus

To help you plan truly unforgettable Field Trips with your kids, Scholastic has listed all of the topics that Scholastic’s The Magic School Bus has explored.

When you click on the theme you will see a listing of all the materials on this website that relate to that subject. This is only a guide to suggest some interesting journeys for you and your kids. The topics are endless once you learn to take chances, get messy, and EXPLORE! Wahoo!

13. Varsity Tutors

Virtual School Day: Nearly 200 free, live K-12 classes available all day long intended to help parents fill their children’s day with enriched learning. Some popular classes are “Intro to Spanish for Kids”, “Coolest Women in History”, “Java Programming Basics”, and “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales”. We have received exceptional ratings from thousands of parents and students.

Virtual Summer Camps: Free half-day summer camps are a week long, with enrichment-based classes in subjects like foreign languages, chess, theater, coding, Minecraft, how to be a detective, photography and more. These live, interactive camps will be taught by expert instructors vetted through Varsity Tutors’ platform. We already have 300+ camps scheduled for the summer and 2,000 families per day signing up.

Adaptive Diagnostic Assessments: Measure a student’s proficiency and identify strengths and weaknesses in hundreds of subjects. Get an effective learning plan along with free tools to improve.

Varsity Learning Tools: More than 250,000 free practice problems in over 200 subjects. Also available as mobile applications.

All of these free resources can be found at

14. CK-12

CK-12 Foundation is dedicated to increasing access to high-quality educational materials for K-12 students all over the world. They offer free high-quality, standards-aligned, open content in STEM subjects. By providing these free resources, CK-12 is working toward educational equality for all.

CK-12 Foundation is a leading open educational resource (OER) non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to high-quality K-12 STEM education materials. CK-12 offers free high-quality, standards-aligned, open content in the STEM subjects through an integrated set of tools for learning including digital textbooks, concept-based learning resources, simulations, interactive practice and more. All content is created and curated by teachers, for teachers and students.

All CK-12 products and services are 100% free and are being used by students and teachers across thousands of schools both in the US and the rest of the world.

15. Circletime

Circletime provides interactive “Mommy and Me classes” that are convenient and engaging for parents. And they’re fun and educational for children ages 0-6. Every group session is led by a certified subject-matter expert. The hands-on sessions are evidence-based and promote healthy play activities that continue beyond the class.

Most classes are free, but if needed, you can use the code homefun1

16. CMU CS Academy

A novel, world-class, online, interactive high school computer science curriculum that is entirely free.

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17. Duolingo

A free app and website to learn almost any foreign language.

18. The Spangler Effect

If your kids have been watching DIY Sci on Amazon Prime, this is the same guy!  He has a free YouTube channel with new science experiment videos every week.  Our kids absolutely love this show – even more than Wild Kratts, believe it or not!

19. Curriki

Curriki revolutionized the way digital learning content is distributed and shared. For over 10 years we have made the best curriculum, lessons, and on-demand content free, open, and accessible to all.

Curriki originated from the idea that technology can play a crucial role in breaking down the barriers of the Education Divide. This is the gap between those who have access to high-quality education and those who do not. Curriki helps bridge this divide by providing free and open resources to everyone.

20. Fiveable

They have free resources for AP students including live reviews, live trivia, and study guides!

You can join live streams, watch replays, play live trivia, practice past trivia, read study guides, review slide decks, and use the Q&A library.  It’s all free and open for every student to use!

21. Freckle has a free level access where students in K-8 can access Freckle for free.  Freckle can be used by parents or teachers to provide lesson plans at each kid’s own level. Even if they’re in the same classroom!

22. Hippo Campus

Explore over 7,000 free videos in 13 subject areas.You can create a free account and create customized playlists too.

23. Minecraft: Education Edition

A game-based learning platform that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive digital environment. Educators in more than 115 countries are using Minecraft: Education Edition across the curriculum!

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