I’m so excited to share with you these new homeschool printables that are absolutely FREE. These activities are filled with learning fun and opportunities. Plus, they’re themed for the month of September to help encourage reluctant learners and build connections in your homeschool.
Use my free homeschool printables for extra joy in your lesson plans all month! They’re great for keeping hands busy during read-alouds and connecting with your kids over a shared activity this September.
However you decide to use these free homeschool printables, I think you’ll find they offer a budget-friendly way to add something extra this September. Plus, you can sign up to get my FREE homeschool printables delivered to your inbox every month. Then, add them to your homeschool plans whenever you need a little extra learning fun.
Homeschooling Doesn’t Have to be Expensive
Surfing through my favorite curriculum sites can certainly make homeschooling feel expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. I’ve discovered a trick to offset the cost by creating my own homeschool resources and printables. It also gives me an opportunity to create printables and lessons that line up with Emily’s interests too.
For example, when Emily became fascinated by space and astronomy, we built our Moon Unit Study to help her learn all about the moon with lots of fun activities and printables. Then, we discovered some of Emily’s favorite historical figures with Who Was? Unit Studies. Now, we’re off on our latest adventure into the fascinating world of Greek mythology with Percy Jackson in our new Greek Heroes and Myths curriculum.
We love sharing our favorite resources and curriculum options with the homeschooling community we have come to know and love. That’s why we’re making batches of custom printables and resources totally FREE every month. Take advantage of our free homeschooling printables in your homeschool this September with all kinds of learning fun!
Free Homeschool Printables for September
Check out our favorite free homeschool printables and holidays to learn about and celebrate in the month of September below!
National Read A Book Day
September 6th is National Read A Book Day! Here at the Waldock Way, we love read alouds and all our unit studies are based on great books. This September, get in on the fun with your homeschoolers and this FREE printable Book Activity Pack.
You can use this book activity pack to help build print awareness with your preschoolers and kindergartners by exploring the different parts of a book together with the included coloring page and labeling worksheet. More advanced elementary learners will enjoy the book review page and word search. Plus, I’ve included a free printable poster you can use to encourage your kids to treat books with care all year long.
National Teddy Bear Day
Have you ever been to a teddy bear tea party? Hosting a teddy bear tea party on National Teddy Bear Day (September 9) is one of our favorite traditions! It’s a great time to learn about the history of the teddy bear with Teddy by James Sage and Lisk Feng.
Then, add some teddy bear math to your learning fun with my FREE Teddy Bear Math Printable for preschoolers. It includes opportunities to practice counting, sequencing, patterns, graphing, and more this year.
National Playdough Day
September 16 is National Playdough Day. Playdough is so much fun for kids of all ages! Plus, you can use it to help your children learn a wide variety of things.
Playdough is especially great for practicing fine motor skills with early learners. Check out my FREE Printable Playdough Mats you can use to build fine motor skills and learn about shapes with your preschool learners this September.
Don’t miss the opportunity for even more learning fun with your preschoolers in my brand new Purposeful Preschool Curriculum! It’s filled with fun printables and opportunities for learning through play to keep your little ones little while they learn this year.
National Talk Like A Pirate Day
We have so much fun on Talk Like A Pirate Day! On this day, you can visit Krispy Kreme and get free donuts if you wear an eye patch and talk like a pirate. It’s such a fun treat for the family on September 19.
Add learning fun to your pirate celebration with my FREE Printable Pirate Math Pack. Practice counting, graphing, simple addition, subtraction, one-to-one correspondence, and more with your early learners and this pirate-themed activity.
Want more Pirate-themed learning fun for your homeschoolers this September? Don’t miss our Blackbeard Mini Unit Study.
First Day of Fall
Celebrate the first day of Fall on September 22 with our FREE fall color-by-number printables. You’ll get 6 exclusive fall coloring pages that are fun and easy for homeschoolers of all ages to complete. Plus, they make really cute seasonal decorations for your homeschool space.
You can add even more artsy fun to your fall kickoff celebration with our Drawing Through the Seasons printable bundle. It’s filled with directed drawing pages to encourage even your most reluctant artists to get in on the fun this September.
Johnny Appleseed Day
On September 26, we celebrate an American legend: Johnny Appleseed. You can learn more about him in your homeschool this fall with our Johnny Appleseed Mini Unit Study. Then, have fun celebrating his big day with a FREE printable Apple Investigation right at home.
If you love to celebrate the holidays and festivals 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
Want even more resources? Don’t worry, there are tons of creative resources for your homeschool available in my shop and lots of other great ideas you can read about too.
Check out some of our best selling unit studies that you can add to your homeschool this Fall:
Which absolutely free September homeschool printables are you most excited to use with your kids this year? Share your favorite September holidays, activities, and resources in the comment section. I can’t wait to read about which free September printables and activities your homeschoolers love most!