I’m really excited to share my latest collection of FREE printables with you! These February printables are perfect for Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, Groundhog Day, and more.
You can use my free February homeschool printables to add some learning fun to a rainy day, keep little hands occupied during read alouds, or together with a February unit study. These printables will make it easy to homeschool this winter. Plus, they’re perfect for homeschooling on a budget.
Sign up to get my free printables this February. Then, use them together with interest-led unit studies and holiday celebrations for all kinds of learning fun. Keep reading to find out how.
Homeschooling Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive
You can find all kinds of amazing homeschool resources and curriculum choices. Some of them can be quite expensive! Along the way, I have learned how to use my own time and talents to offset costs by creating my own resources. Putting together my own resources means I can match our unit studies and printables 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. I have incorporated science, history, art, geography and so much more into this custom curriculum using the books in the series.
Over the years, 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 February, you can take advantage of our printables and resources at zero cost. It’s our way of giving back this year. Join us as we celebrate Valentine’s Day, Black History Month, Groundhog Day and more with February printables that are absolutely free!
Free Homeschool Printables for February
These February 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 February:
Lifecycle of a Groundhog Activity Bundle
Learning about life cycles is an important step towards developing your child’s understanding of the world and helping them understand concepts like life, death, and birth. Learning about the life cycles of plants and animals is a great way to introduce lots of important early science concepts too.
This February, learn all about groundhogs just in time for Groundhog Day with my free printable life cycle of a groundhog activity. In addition to completing the groundhog’s life cycle, your kids can enjoy these other free printable groundhog activities too:
- Vocabulary match
- Word search
- True or false worksheet
- Groundhog anatomy
- Label a groundhog
- Groundhog report organizer
Valentine’s Day Color by Number Bundle
Color by number pages are an excellent way to help kids build fine motor skills, practice concentration, and they’re lots of fun too! In this free February printable bundle, you’ll get a variety of color-by-number activities perfect for Valentine’s Day. Here’s what’s included:
- Teddy bear
- Chocolate bar
Kids can color one for themselves or for a friend. Print extras to give out as valentines for friends. It’s a fun activity for everyone to enjoy this February!
Valentine’s Day Directed Drawing Pages
Directed drawing activities encourage reluctant artists to explore their creative side by providing step-by-step instructions to follow. These free printables are an easy way to encourage self-expression and build confidence in your children this February.
Your kids will get to draw Valentine’s Day envelopes, roses, cupcakes, rings, Cupid, a teddy bear, and more in this free printable bundle for February. You can get these delivered right to your email for an easy Valentine’s Day activity that makes perfect pre-writing practice this winter.
Free Printable Valentine’s Day Activity Bundle
This cute Valentine’s Day activity bundle is an easy no-prep learning activity to add to your lessons this February or keep kids busy on a rainy day. In this free printable Valentine’s Day activity bundle you’ll get:
- Word search
All of these February printables are themed for Valentine’s Day so they’ll make fun activities to add to your Valentine’s Day unit study, lesson theme, class party, or give out as valentines for friends this year.
Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards
Have you ever been searching through valentines on February 13 for last minute valentine’s your child can hand out? If so, you’re going to love this free February printable. It’s a set of Valentine’s Day cards you can print and hand out to friends for free this year.
These Valentine’s Day cards really crack me up! There’s one with a cheeseburger and fries and another with the classic PB & J combination we all love. Plus, cookies and milk valentines and more! Just print them out and address them to friends for adorable valentines that are absolutely free.
If you are looking to add even more fun to you Valentine’s Day festivities with make sure you check out our favorite books, games, and movies perfect for the entire family to enjoy!
Presidents Day Color-By-Number Activities
Get ready to practice early numeracy concepts and build fine motor skills while learning about 10 United States presidents. You’ll get recent presidents like Donald Trump and Barack Obama. There’s also a page for our current president, Joe Biden. Plus, favorite presidents from history including Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant.
US Presidents’ Activity Pages
These printable activity pages are the perfect way to encourage your homeschoolers to learn more about some of our past presidents and our current president. Each page is filled with opportunities for kids to research these historic figures, write about them, and share any interesting facts they’ve discovered. Here are the presidents included in this printable bundle:
- Donald Trump
- Joe Biden
- Barack Obama
- George W. Bush
- Ronald Reagan
- Abraham Lincoln
- Andrew Johnson
- Ulysses S. Grant
- James A. Garfield
- Rutherford B. Hayes
Chinese Zodiac Color by Number Bundle
February 12 marks the Chinese New Year. You can learn more about Chinese New Year in my Holidays Around the World curriculum. Then, print these Chinese Zodiac color by number free printables to celebrate the holiday at home with your kids. Plus, you’ll be encouraging color identification, number identification, and fine motor skill building too.
Winter Olympics Printables
This year, we celebrate the spirit of competition and the winter sports we know and love with an ancient tradition: the olympics. You can use these Winter Olympics printables to help bring the games to life for your kids. I’ve included printable games, activities, and a resource guide to help you get started. You don’t want to miss this!
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 FREE Printables for Black History Month
This February we celebrate the achievements and contributions of African Americans to our society with Black History Month. You can take this opportunity to educate your kids about important African American historical figures with fun unit studies and February printables. Check these free printable unit studies out to get started:
Charles Henry Turner
Charles Henry Turner, an African American zoologist, is best known for his studies on the behavior of insects like bees and ants. He accomplished a great deal in his lifetime and you can learn all about him and his fascinating discoveries in this free printable unit study for kids of all ages.
Bessie Coleman was the first ever African American woman to hold a pilot’s license. She was a civil aviator who earned her license in 1921. Coleman was also the first African American person to earn an international pilot’s license. In this free printable unit study your kids can learn more about this fascinating aviator this February.
Mae Jemison is an African American astronaut, engineer, and physician. She was the first ever African American woman to travel into space on the Space Shuttle Endeavor. Jemison worked as a mission specialist aboard the shuttle. Learn more about her trip into outer space and her amazing career with your kids this year using this free printable unit study.
What are your favorite free printable resources from the Waldock Way? Share your favorites in the comment section. I can’t wait to read about which of these free printables your homeschoolers are most excited about this February!