20 Free Math Worksheet Resources

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Sometimes children need extra math practice. I know that I have gone searching for free math worksheets online a million times before, and it takes forever! Why? Because so much of the math sites require you to pay to have access to their content. So, whether you are looking to piece together your own curriculum, or just want some extra practice, these resources for free math worksheets should be pretty darn helpful!

Math-Drills.com has free math worksheets that cover everything from simple addition to algebra and geometry.

Math Fact Cafe provides pre-made worksheets for grades 1-4, and also gives you the ability to create your own worksheets.

HomeschoolMath.net offers worksheets for K-6th, with some that go as far as 8th and 9th grade math as well.

Math is Fun gives you worksheets that cover basic operations, along with fractions, decimals and time.

SoftSchools.com has free math worksheets for Pre-K through Middle School.

Math Blaster offers several worksheets for K-7th grade.

A Plus Math allows you to create worksheets based on level of difficulty, type of problems desired and the number of problems per page.

MathSlice.com This site looks confusing, but if you look in the left sidebar there are worksheet options. This is one of the few sites that also offers worksheets for high school.

Math Worksheets Land is a great site! They have worksheets going all the way up to cover a wide variety of topics in high school math.

KutaSoftware.com offers free math worksheets for middle and high school levels only, covering pre-algebra to calculus.

Super Kids Math Worksheets has an online worksheet creator that you can use to create unique worksheets of your own.

K5 Learning provides free math worksheets for 1st-5th grade.

The Teacher’s Corner lets you create your own worksheets for basic math functions only.

JumpStart.com offers free worksheets for preschool to 5th grade.

Education.com has a ton of free printable math worksheets through high school, but you have to sign up for a free account to get them.

12 Free Plant Unit Studies and Lapbooks

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Biology is one of the most commonly taught in homeschool science classes for elementary students. In fact, my 2nd grader is doing a biology study this year, with a 6 week focus on plants. So, I wanted to start a list of free plant unit studies and lapbooks that could be used for all elementary students.

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Homeschool Share has a variety of plant unit studies and lapbooks in a variety of different levels, from a very basic look at how plants work, to a full blown Botany study.

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2 Teaching Mommies has an in-depth Flower Unit Study for Pre-K to 2nd grade free to download.

Fantastic Unit Studies offers a free Beginning Plant Study for ages 4-7.

Oklahoma Homeschool has instructions for a 12 week unit study on plants from Cindy Downes.

Discovery Education has a few available plant studies with coordinating lesson plans for K all the way up to 8th.

Ellen McHenry’s site offers an 8 lesson Botany study with a coordinating lapbook.

Living Montessori Now has an elementary leaf unit, as well as a wide range of other plant related activities and studies.

Homeschool Helper offers a free plant lapbook study.

1plus1plus1equals1 offers a flower and plant lapbook full of fun hands on activities.

The Teachers Guide offers a few different options for Plant and Flower lesson plans, as well as craft, Internet resources and more.

Dynamic 2 Moms has a lapbook unit study on carnivorous plants if you would like to get more specific.

Free Preschool Curriculum – LDS Based Letter of the Day

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The free preschool curriculum is focused around a “Letter of the Day” format. It is free to download, and is an LDS based program, that can go hand in hand with the Walk Beside Me curriculum, or stand alone by itself. There are 130 pages total, 5 activity pages for each letter.  It is geared toward older preschool children who already know their letters and need to learn their sounds, but I imagine it would be easy to adapt for younger ones. To download the free homeschool curriculum and learn more, visit Confessions of a Slacker Mom.