fbpx

Totally Free Homeschool Printables: May 2021

We're sharing a huge list of TOTALLY FREE homeschool printables from some of our favorite homeschool bloggers! Check out the list for May!

Create Your Homeschool is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program and gets to be an affiliate for other amazing companies we know you’ll love! This means we earn a commission from qualifying purchases when you shop through our affiliate links! It’s a simple way for you to support this blog, without paying anything extra, so that we can continue to share valuable resources here with you! Affiliate links from Amazon or other programs are used on this website and may be present in this blog post.
For more information, please refer to our disclosure statement.

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!

If you’re want to be reminded of the totally free homeschool printables posts + get first access to all of these awesome freebies, sign up here:

    Make sure you PIN THIS POST so that you can come back to it and grab freebies when you want to!

    To kick off the first edition of our Totally Free Homeschool Printables monthly blog posts — that’s a mouthful, right- ha! Here’s an exclusive freebie from me!

    Download the productivity pack for mamas from! This bundle includes chore charts for your kids, a meal planner, AND a checklist printable just for mama! This bundle is the perfect addition to your productivity routine! Enjoy!

    | Related: The Ultimate Spring Homeschool Freebies Guide

    We're sharing a huge list of TOTALLY FREE homeschool printables from some of our favorite homeschool bloggers! Check out the list for May!

    Do your kids love to play with building bricks? Do they struggle with writing? Why not use something they enjoy to get them excited about writing! Get your kids’ creative juices flowing with these adorable Bug themed Build & Write Challenges from In All You Do.

    In this Cinco de Mayo Pattern Block pack from Crystal & Co there are nine different Cinco de Mayo themed images for preschoolers and young learners to create using pattern block shapes.

    This ABC Bible Verses Sample Pack from The WOLFe Pack includes nine different activities to help your kids commit Proverbs 15:1 to memory and secure it in their hearts!

    Today Hess Un-Academy is sharing not one, but several free gardening worksheets for your kids to enjoy. Just go to https://hessunacademy.com/garden-worksheets/ and select the worksheets that work best for your situation. You’ll find science worksheets, learn to draw tutorials, crossword puzzles, a nature-themed scavenger hunt, and MORE! Grab one or grab them all.

    Make handwriting fun this spring with over 60 pages of handwriting, coloring, bug facts and more from Homeschooling 4 Him! This pack includes 3-line and 2-line Handwriting Without Tears style practice for kids of all ages.

    There are more freebies where those came from!

    Practice and review fractions, decimals and percents with these easy to prepare Fraction, Decimal and Percent Cards from Simple Living. Creative Learning.

    As you celebrate May the Fourth today, you love this 15-Minute Music Lesson on the Music of Star Wars from Music in Our Homeschool. Today’s lesson will introduce you to the film score composer John Williams, show you a bit about how a movie score writer records the music for a movie, and teach about the themes that Williams incorporated into the Star Wars movies. Includes a free printable pack!

    So, you have a large family… and you like to travel. This Large Family Travel Essentials Printable Pack from With the Huddlestons will help you get everyone, including the vehicle, packed and ready to go trip after trip. All you need to do is add this product to your cart and checkout because it’s FREE!

    Learn how to do a Charlotte Mason picture study and art appreciation! Grab these free printable notebook pages from Everyday Graces Homeschool.

    Record your child’s responses to these questions about their mom, step-mom, grandmother, or bonus mom to create a keepsake card for Mother’s Day. Download your questionnaire from Whole Child Homeschool.

    Prepare for the National Day of Prayer with this workbook from Geez, Gwen!, by walking students through seven important questions and introducing them to different branches of government.

    Use this fun pack including journal from Thrive at Home with writing prompts, bucket lists, and goals tracker to keep your child practicing their handwriting/printing skills through the summer months!

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

    The kids will love this Cinco de Mayo Cutting Practice activity set from 3 Boys and a Dog. It’s a great way to work on their scissor skills and help them learn cutting skills, too.

    Use this free printable nature scavenger hunt from Heart and Soul Homeschooling and the fun ideas in this post to plan your own nature study for spring!

    Want to work on cooking skills this summer? Use this summer cooking challenge from Our Crazy Adventures In Autismland to make it fun!

    Study the moon and all of its phases with these fun and interactive printable worksheets from Living Life and Learning. Perfect for your space lovers!

    Pick up free lesson plans for a full year of video-based high school physics with calculus over at Homeschool On the Range. Also available are middle school history and high school world history.

    Something for mama!!

    This Mother’s Day, besides the macaroni necklaces, pictures and cards, you might be lucky enough to snag 5 minutes to yourself! The 5 Min. Breathers for Moms – spring edition from Stand Up, Reach Out fills those glorious gaps of free time with bursts of fun activities and hilarious (clean) spring quotes made just for you.

    Grab this 50-page Kids’ Summer Journal from Julie Naturally! Track summer reading, encourage random acts of kindness, fun car trips, and more. Print it out, put the pages in plastic page protector sleeves, get some dry erase markers, and you’re good to go for all your summer activities this year!

    Use these beautiful and practical routine charts from Clarissa R. West to plan your homeschool day, meals, and chores to stay on task every day!

    Do you have a creative teen who would love to get their hands busy starting a handmade (or digital or vintage reseller) business this summer? Or maybe I just described you – homeschool mom who is home with the kids but would love to make some extra money on the side. The Etsy Quickstart Checklist from Making Room 4 One More will get you started!

    The feeling of accomplishment, beating an opponent, or improving a previous score keeps kids happily coming back for more. Gamification can do wonders for engagement. That’s why I use math games to teach critical concepts! And Place Value Earthquake from Orison Orchards is a favorite in our homeschool.

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

    Use this fun gardening journal & accompanying garden chore charts from An Off-Grid Life to get your kids writing about all the vegetables they plant and tend to during this gardening season!

    With the All About US Presidents Learning Bundle, you can easily introduce your youngest learners to the men who have led our country. This 35-page printable learning bundle from Hope In The Chaos covers what is the President, how to become President, and what the President’s job is. Designed to be used by homeschooling families, this Charlotte Mason-inspired bundle also includes art, narration, copywork, vocabulary, and math.

    A personalized Mother’s Day Book from The Homeschool Cafe is a keepsake of kids’ favorite things about mom. Kids fill in a few of their mom’s favorite things! Like photos, memories, a lovely letter to mom, and there’s a special space to draw their own masterpiece.

    Let your kids make a special Mother’s Day gift with this Mother’s Day printable pack from Faith Hope & Joy. The pack includes All about Mom/Grandmother, Printable Mother’s Day cards, and Mother’s Day coupons.

    The next time you head to the zoo, be sure to take along these! Printable scavenger hunt pages from My Joy-Filled Life. They will make your trip much more memorable, intentional, and fun! Three different levels included.

    Learn about inspired artists the Rabbit Trails way! Rabbit Trails through Literature is a literature-based language arts curriculum. In this free lesson from This Bit of Life, you’ll learn all about Kandinsky and other amazing artists through hands-on activities, great books, and more.

    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!

    We're sharing a huge list of TOTALLY FREE homeschool printables from some of our favorite homeschool bloggers! Check out the list for May!

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *