I can’t wait to share my latest collection of FREE homeschool printables with you! These printable activities are perfect for the month of April. There are Easter activities, Earth Day printables, and so much more!
You can use my free homeschool printables to add fun to your spring lesson plans this April. Use them to keep little hands busy while you read, connect with your kids over a coloring activity for Easter, or teach them about the importance of recycling. However you use them, these printables are perfect for homeschooling on a budget this April.
Plus, you can sign up to get my free printables delivered right to your inbox this April. Then, use them together with interest-led unit studies and seasonal celebrations for all kinds of learning fun. Keep reading to get a special April homeschool checklist and all kinds of printable fun for your homeschoolers this spring.
Homeschooling Doesn’t Have To Be Expensive
Whoever said homeschooling has to be expensive? Sometimes surfing through packaged curriculum sites can make it seem that way, but it doesn’t have to be! Over the years, I have learned how to offset costs by creating my own resources.
Putting together my own ideas, activities, and printables means I can match them to Emily’s interests and passions. For example, when Emily wanted to learn with the Magic Treehouse book series, I was able to create the Passport to Adventures curriculum. Since then, I have incorporated science, history, art, geography and so much more into our custom curriculum using the books in the series.
Now, Kevin and I have pooled our talents and resources to create custom unit studies and printables for our own family and your homeschooling journey too. It means a lot to us to give back to the homeschooling community we have come to love with our own one-of-a-kind unit studies and free printables.
This April, you can take advantage of our printables and resources at zero cost. It’s our way of giving back to this community we love. Join us as we celebrate Easter, Earth Day, poetry, Shakespeare, and the telephone with April printables that are absolutely free!
Free Homeschool Printables For April
These April printables will come straight to your inbox so you can use them right away. Check out what you’ll get when you sign up for FREE printables this month:
Spring Color by Number
Color by number printables are so much fun for kids! Plus, they’re filled with learning opportunities for young homeschoolers. Build fine motor skills, practice problem solving, and get creative with this free spring color by number homeschool printable.
Garden Directed Drawing
Have you tried directed drawing activities with your homeschoolers yet? Directed drawing encourages reluctant artists to pick up a pencil and get creative. Plus, it’s an excellent way to help perfectionists get over their fear of the blank page.
April is the perfect time to grow a garden and you’re going to love this April garden directed drawing page. It’s got cute ideas for drawing garden tools and flower pots your homeschoolers can fill with their own unique flower art.
Easter Fun Pack
Need a little something extra for your homeschool Easter basket this year? You’re going to love this free printable Easter fun pack for kids. It’s filled with mazes, word searches, and a custom coloring page too.
Plus, you can get more great ideas for your Easter baskets that aren’t filled with candy from my blog. I’ve got 5 Easter Basket Themes your homeschoolers will love!
Easter Color by Number
These color by number activities are just right for Easter. Add these free printables to your Easter basket or use them with a fun Easter themed lesson plan this April.
Your homeschoolers can have fun coloring their favorite Easter characters in these printables: bunny, chick, bee. Plus, decorate their very own color by number Easter basket too! For more fun Easter resources, check out my Easter Fun list with books, games, movies and more for homeschooling this spring.
Earth Day Crafts
Are you ready to celebrate Earth Day on April 22? These free printable Earth Day crafts are perfect for teaching your homeschoolers all about Earth Day. Plus, you can use them to celebrate the day together too.
Earth Day Color by Number
Since color by number pages are such a big hit, I’ve created printable color by number pages for Earth Day too. In these activity pages, your homeschoolers can color all kinds of Earth Day icons like the recycling symbol, the light bulb, Earth, and more!
Reduce Reuse Recycle
You can use these free printables to teach your homeschoolers how to reduce, reuse, and recycle this April. They’re perfect for educating your kids how to sort recycling just in time for Earth Day.
Tree Life Cycle Pack
At the end of the month, we celebrate Arbor Day. It’s a special holiday all about planting trees and caring for them to ensure a healthy future for us all. You can use this free printable bundle to help your homeschoolers learn about the life cycle of a tree with engaging activities and coloring pages.
If you love to celebrate the holidays then be sure to check out my Holiday Fun Around the World curriculum for exciting lessons from 30 different holidays, festivals, and celebrations all over the world. You’ll get to explore different cultures and celebrations all over the world throughout the calendar year!
More Creative Resources For Your Homeschool
Easter and Earth Day are probably the most commonly celebrated holidays in April, but there are lots of other fun days to celebrate and learn about with your homeschoolers this month too. Check out these holidays & activities from The Waldock Way:
April is National Poetry Month
It’s the perfect month to start a poetry teatime tradition with your homeschoolers. This April, you can use my Who Was Maya Angelou? unit study to learn more about this American poet and poetry in general. Be sure to check out these 30+ Fantastic Poetry Books for Children too.
National Look Up At the Sky Day
Did you know April 14th is National Look Up At the Sky Day? Emily loves astronomy and all things outer space so this is definitely a fun holiday for us to celebrate in our homeschool each year. Check out my space themed unit studies to help your homeschoolers learn and celebrate this April:
April 23 is William Shakespeare’s birthday, so it’s a great day to introduce your homeschoolers to some classic Shakespeare. While you’re exploring sonnets and your favorite plays, learn more in my Who Was Shakespeare? Unit study all about William Shakespeare. For even more Shakespeare themed fun, check out our Shakespeare themed morning basket filled with activities and books to share together.
National Telephone Day
National Telephone Day is April 25th. So make some tin can telephones with your homeschoolers and take some time to learn all about this modern marvel. Plus, discover the man behind the telephone with your homeschoolers in my Who Was Alexander Graham Bell unit study.
What are your favorite free printable homeschool resources from The Waldock Way? Share your favorites in the comments. I can’t wait to read about which of these free printables your homeschoolers are most excited about this April!