Here is where you’ll find a list of our current favorite free resources for homeschool preschool.
Free Homeschool Preschool Resource List
Most of the following resources we love to use for Circle Time to start our school days, or when we’re away from home and only have a few minutes to focus on formal learning for the day.
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Free Homeschool Videos
Los Colores: The Colors in Spanish– This is our most favorite video right now. We use it every day to practice color words in American Sign Language for my youngest and Spanish color words for my oldest. They love it!
Letter Songs by ABCmouse.com– For the first few weeks of intentional homeschooling we floundered a bit during morning Circle Time trying to find quality songs for the Letter of the Week or Number of the Week. I’ve been extremely pleased with the consistently great quality from ABCmouse.com via YouTube.
Sesame Street via YouTube– Sesame Street has several great videos for preschoolers on YouTube. We sometimes use the videos of Count for our Number of the Week because my oldest loves monsters and my youngest is only beginning to learn number concepts like counting and what numbers look like.
Storybots– I’ve only just bumped into the Storybots, and so far I REALLY like what I see. We started watching the Storybots crew via Netflix and only recently found out about their letter songs on YouTube. I think I’ll be doing a little more research into all their videos for future units.
Free Homeschool Printables for Preschoolers
We are currently out of printer ink, and it’s expensive so it doesn’t look like it will fit into the budget anytime soon. Until we get a new ink cartridge I have to be very intentional about the items I do choose to print- even when they’re free.
Letter of the Week Printables, Recipes, and Crafts
Free Printable ABC Books– I reference using these in my free homeschool lesson plans. They are simple, but effective and they’re perfect for bridging the gap between a 2 and 4 year old. Y’all know my Minimalist heart likes that. It allows littles to practice coloring in the lines, cutting, and stapling while learning letter recognition and letter sounds.
Free Number Worksheet– I really like these because these worksheets are more than simply holding a pencil and working through boring problems. The kiddos use their pencil to trace, peel off stickers and count, use the dot dot paint dabbers to search and find the number, counters, and crayons. It is still a worksheet, but I appreciate that it opens the door for teaching multiple ways to represent a number.
That’s all for now! We’ll update this resource as we find more free homeschool items we love.