Your Hub for Free Homeschooling and Life Skill Resources
Welcome, my friend, to Pandemic 2020. Everyone is finding themselves in situations they didn’t anticipate or plan for. This page will be a hub for everything you need to survive.
I will be adding to this resource page daily. It will have homeschooling resources, recipes, meal plans, life skills and tons of FREE RESOURCES. We are all in this together! Please pin and share this page as well as adding your own resources in the comments.
Where Do I Start
First, visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store. The vast majority of my resources will be FREE for the next two weeks while we all adjust to social distancing. I will be adding new resources on a regular basis (I have lots of stuff in the works, and now the motivation to finish). Be sure and bookmark my store and check back regularly. You can search Teachers Pay Teachers for free content, but also consider buying some content as well to support other families.
Start by Downloading my two 6 Weeks 1 Planet Packets
I currently have two of these packs in my store. One is a planner/journal to help you plan and track your work during your new homeschooling adventure! The Life Skills packet has detailed lists to help teach your kids essential life skills while you have them home! More packets are in the works for this series.
Free Online Homeschooling Resources
“Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.”
Sample Schedule from Khan Academy
“The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “code”, to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science.“
Scan my Homegrown Learning category.
Visit this page for free unit studies
Homeschooling Upper Grades Check out Hezekiah and Tucker’s homeschool curriculum (8th and 10th grade).
Managing Your House During Social Distancing
Cooking With Pantry Staples This post is full of ideas and recipes to cook from pantry staples. Start planning now.
Next: How to Plan Your Homeschooling Schedule