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  • Nauubusan Na Ng Resources? 8 Websites Where You Can Get Printable Worksheets For Free

    Most of these worksheets and printables are free!
    by Que Sullano-Gavan .
Nauubusan Na Ng Resources? 8 Websites Where You Can Get Printable Worksheets For Free
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  • In homeschooling, aside from exercises from textbooks, parents use worksheets to supplement lessons for different subjects. Worksheets provide additional practice exercises and help develop fine motor skills, logical thinking, and make children learn things on their own.

    The internet hosts educational materials for K-12 covering different subjects and lessons. You can bring these anywhere so that learning never stops. Just print and you're all set! Here are sites that offer FREE learning resources.

    Where to get free learning resources

    1. Education.com

    The learning library consists of quality printable worksheets, guided lessons, lesson plans and hands-on activities for kids in preschool to high school. For example, there are alphabet tracing practices and more creative activities like alphabet dot-to-dots.

    You can browse and download by either by grade level, subject or topic. Just sign up either with your email, Facebook or Google account. It's easy enough and takes less than a minute. Being a member also lets you create a collection to compile all of your child's favorite reading worksheets together. 

    2. K5 Learning

    This site has learning tools for K-5 kids and is visited by parents, tutors and teachers. The site has Math, Reading, Vocabulary, Spelling, Grammar, Science and Cursive materials.

    What's good about the site is that worksheets are arranged according to learning progression. So, your little learner starts with tracing numbers, then move on to writing, and then counting. While the activities can be a little simple of times, they do cover a wide range of topics. You can find several worksheets per topic, ranging from easy to difficult.

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    3. 123 Homeschool 4 Me

    According to the site, it hosts over 1 million pages of free worksheets. The resources are for all ages from toddler, pre k, kindergarten, 1st to 6th grades, and even junior high. The free printables include Alphabets, Math, English/ Language arts, and History and Geography.

    4. Homeschool.com

    There are hundreds of printable activities and worksheets for children grades pre k-12, including sample curriculum, coloring pages, games, printable worksheets, and puzzles. The site also provides homeschool printables for parents.

    5. AmblesideOnline

    This site is for those families following the Charlotte Mason's principles. More than just worksheets, the site provides quality living books. It covers topics like Bible, History, Geography, Science, Math, Language Arts, Literature, Foreign Language, Music, and Arts.

    6. Living Montessori Now

    For those who are using Montessori philosophy, this site houses free printables for Montessori-inspired activities, ideas, lessons, and unit studies. It covers circle time activities, art, language, math and practical life.

    7. Scholastic Home Learning

    Scholastic provides free access to educational resources in order to keep your kids engaged in meaningful reading and learning. It has activities like coloring sheets, mazes, puzzles, and downloadable books for kids Ages three to nine.

    8. The Filipino Homeschooler

    The website offers free worksheets, activity pages, and other printable resources. Several subjects for pre-k to grade-schoolers and topics for Filipino, Philippine Money, Araling Panlipunan, Social Studies, Math, English, Character / Bible, and Science are available. The site shares tips to families who are starting or new to homeschooling.

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    With thousands of free worksheets to choose from, how will you pick the right materials for your child? Do you have to get and use them all?

    How to choose the right worksheets and curriculum for your children

    Consider your child's learning style and interest

    Learning style is how your child learns best and in knowing this, you can match what worksheet or activity you can print or download. Considering your kid's interest can help you customize your children's education to maximize learning.

    Know your own personal teaching style

    Teaching style can affect behavioral and educational outcomes so it is best to consider it when choosing a learning material.

    Set your priorities

    This vary, from one family to another, or even from child to child, so it is important to keep your focus on those. It will save you time, effort and money.

    Some parents make their own worksheets to further tailor-fit their children's lessons. If you do not have the time to do so, knowing the right materials to choose from the free available worksheets online is also a way of customizing your child's learning.

    Que Sullano-Gavan, who hopes to study early childhood education and publish a book someday, is a licensed engineer who opted to stay at home and focus on homeschooling her only child, Gab. She is married to fellow engineer Jinoe and together they mange their website, www.filipinohomeschooler.com.

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