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Totally Free Homeschool Printables: June 2021

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You’ve got to LOVE FREE homeschool printables as a homeschool mama!! To make it super easy to find high-quality printables, from some of my fellow homeschool blogger friends, I’ll be sharing a Totally Free Homeschool Printables post each month!

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    To kick off the June homeschool printables post, here’s an exclusive freebie from me!

    Grab this summer bucket list printable today! This product is a PDF file with a blank template you can use to plan all the fun homeschool bucket list things this summer! All you need to do is print the file and start brainstorming all of the best ways to have summer fun this year!

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    Practice counting with these adorable Counting Bee Gnomes over at In All You Do! Little ones will practice counting 1-20, numbers words and digits (1-20), one-to-one correspondence, and more!

    Your kids will love practicing their fine motor skills with these fun summer-themed printable lacing cards from Homeschooling 4 Him! Featuring 6 different engaging summer images, these cards are easy to print and use in your homeschool. Help your kids learn an important life skill and have fun sewing together this summer!

    If you’re looking for a fun way for your child to be creative, these sea turtle pages from Living Life and Learning are the best! Learn all about the life cycle of these amazing sea creatures. 

    Help your children create a Summer Fun Bucket List from Brookdale House. Your children will enjoy making a summer fun beach scene, and they can play Summer Fun Memory. They can also color a fun Schools’ Out Poster for their bedroom. They will love this great pack of Summer Fun!!

    Rabbit Trails through Science is a literature-based nature curriculum. Now, you can check it out for yourself with this FREE Summer lesson about fireflies over at This Bit of Life! Beautiful books, copy work, hands-on activities, poetry, and more are what fill this lesson.

    There are more freebies where those came from!

    Use this printable version of the Cicadas Unit Study from The WOLFe Pack to guide you through teaching all about these interesting insects!

    Cut the interruptions, stress, and time when your kids can easily and quickly whip up 8 different snacks themselves. Even preschoolers or kids with special needs can pitch in with visual recipes in the Kids-Make-It Snack Pack from Stand Up, Reach Out.

    Celebrate Christmas In July with this fun calendar of activities from Our Crazy Adventures In Autismland. Be extra festive and break out the Christmas tree too!

    Just in time for summer, you can help your little learners learn all about the 4th of July with this Charlotte Mason-inspired All About the 4th of July bundle from Hope In The Chaos. Narration, copy work, and vocabulary practice is included in this fun and engaging packet.

    Are you studying famous artists? Learn all about Leonardo Da Vinci in this printable flipbook from Simple Living. Creative Learning. Easy to print and use today!

    Do your kids always lose their place in books? These incredibly adorable space theme bookmarks from Simple Living Mama are perfect to print and color!

    The 2020 Summer Olympics will finally be coming this summer to Tokyo! Do your kids know the music associated with this worldwide event? Get a free “Music of the Olympics” 15-minute music lesson from Music in Our Homeschool.

    Ten is a very important number – our entire number system is based on it. It’s like the foundation of numbers. You know how critical a good foundation is. Help your kiddos strengthen their math foundation by playing games with the number ten from Orison Orchards. And these games aren’t just for preschoolers!

    Looking for fun things to do in the summer at home? Get the summer boredom busters printable bundle from Faith Hope & Joy.

    You’ve barely touched the tip of the iceberg!! Keep going!

    Get kids out and about, and keep your sanity, with a summer fun pack filled with ideas, activities, and games from The Homeschool Cafe.

    Join The Homeschool Garden for a special bookmark handicraft based on the Frederick book by Leo Leonni and grab our Mice Nature Study notebooking pages, too!

    Mad Libs are an easy and fun way to teach and practice parts of speech. These fun and free camping-themed pages from Hess UnAcademy are sure to put a smile on your kids’ faces! There are several pages available for download, each inspired by the old-school Mad Libs. Take them camping or enjoy them at home!

    This collection of family journal writing prompts from Geez, Gwen! is designed to help us express gratitude and enjoy moments of appreciation for our families. Each list encourages us to ask questions of ourselves and our family members that help us recognize how connected we are and how much we enrich the lives of one another.

    Use these fun Dandelions Report Printables from Whole Child Homeschool to have your students write a simple report about the history of the dandelion, its uses throughout history, or how it got its name.

    Homeschooling your high-schooler may be easier than you think! Head over to Homeschool On the Range to pick up solutions for a variety of learning styles, plus special offers, discounts, and limited-time freebies for readers!

    More helpful homeschool printables!

    Use this homestead family challenge calendar from An Off Grid Life to organize a month’s worth of homestead activities in your homeschool this summer!

    Looking for an alternative way to keep kids’ brains sharp, encourage critical thinking skills, and practice logic without the kids knowing it counts as learning? Check out this pack of Suduku puzzles from Julie Naturally for an unschoolish way to do math and logic!

    These 30 fun summer-themed writing prompts from Heart and Soul Homeschooling will inspire your kids to do some creative writing in this printable journal.

    Help your kids learn an important life skill while having fun this summer with the Summer Business Brainstorm for Teens from Making Room 4 One More!

    It’s that time of year to start thinking about what you’ll need for the next school year. Here is a set of planning pages from Peace Creek on the Prairie to help you plan what you need for the new year. 

    Don’t miss these last few totally free homeschool printables!!

    Learn how to save money while homeschooling and download your own set of budgeting worksheets from Clarissa R. West to make shopping for curriculum easier this year!

    Learn how to overcome the comparison trap by increasing gratitude in your life with these guided worksheets on gratitude from Some Call It Destiny. Bonus Growth Mindset worksheet included.

    The printables in this Super Easy Homeschool Planning Pack from With the Huddlestons will help you successfully plan your homeschooling journey, year after year!

    Keep yourself organized and see your four year high school plan at a glance with these Four Year High School Planning Forms from My Joy-Filled Life. Includes 4 different layouts so you can pick the one that best fits your needs.

    Hope you found some awesome, totally free homeschool printables today! Let me know in the comments which one was your favorite! See you in June!

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