Homeschooling toddlers and little ones for FREE means being creative mostly with things you have around the house. There’s a lot of hands-on play, tasting and touching things, singing and rhymes, and just talking and playing with your child. If you’d like some creative and fun ideas for intentional learning time for your littlest homeschoolers, look no further!
These are the best websites I’ve found over the years. I’ve linked them all here, and continually update them.
Follow my homeschool preschool board for even more ideas:
Nursery School (1’s and 2’s)
Do you know of a resource not listed here? Do you see a broken link, or something that’s no longer free? Message me on Facebook and let me know!
This post may contain affiliate links.
Last Update Apr. 12, 2016
Gigantic List of Free Homeschool Planning Resources (Updated periodically)
Teachers Pay Teachers – over 104,000 FREE original teaching resources
Brightly Beaming Resources – their famous “Letter of the Week” program has expanded and now they have curriculum for age 0 through Kindergarten! Thanks to a reader for reminding me about this one, can’t believe I forgot it!
Notebooking Pages – free resource center, monthly freebies, and free product sampler
Cash 4 Books – if you must purchase a book, get cash for it when you’re done!
Teach with Me – Thousands of free pages: projects, patterns, tips and lessons
The Book Samaritan – sends homeschool books to families in need
DTLK – various free printables
Homeschool Foundation – the charitable arm of HSLDA: get help or give help
Coloring Pages 24 – over 5,000 free coloring pages
Books Should Be Free – free public domain audiobooks and ebooks