Favorite Free RESOURCES for Homeschoolers

When beginning to home educate one of the most frequently asked questions is: Can I home educate for as little expense as possible and is it even possible to educate my children for FREE due to budget constraints now that we are a single income household.  IF you are prepared to surf the web, Pinterest and fabulous blogs that share free resources the answer to this question is a resounding YES!!  One of the best ways to receive free physical products is to begin blogging about your home education journey and join the Homeschool Review Crew.  This is how I have managed to give my children many fabulous homeschool programs in exchange for an honest review on my blog. Together we have found many fabulous products we never knew we needed but filled a missing spot in our homeschool.

Today the Homeschool Review Crew will be sharing lists of their favorite FREE home education resources.

Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses

Christy @ The Simple Homemaker How to Homeschool Preschoolers and Kindergarteners: 18 Tips for Creating a Natural and Joyful Learning Environment – Desks, pencils, workbooks, schedules–it can be fun, but it can also suck the joy out of school before your kids are old enough to even read. This post from a mother of eight shares simple, affordable (mostly free) ways to homeschool preschool and kindergarten with joy.

Crystal @ Castle View Academy shares Free Home Education Resources in the UK – A compilation of free online, downloadable, and hands-on resources for those either living in the United Kingdom or interested in the UK AND 10 Ways We Homeschool On The Cheap – A good education doesn’t have to cost the bank. All it takes is determination, creativity, a little time, and lots of enthusiasm. There’s no point in spending money on an expensive curriculum if it isn’t something your children are interested in.

Ritsumei @ Baby Steps Odd Bits: Free Homeschooling Resources – Some great free resources for doing a classical or Charlotte Mason education — including links to a new resource for LDS homeschoolers.

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