July Free Homeschool Printables

July 7, 2020
Written by:
Jamie Gaddy

July’s homeschool printables are here ready for your homeschooling plan! Perfect home education resources and great to use with your FREE Sanity Saver Homeschool Planner & Organizer. Homeschool Printable Calendar

At my house, I usually use the summertime to begin planning how to homeschool my child. I use the Sanity Saver Planner to organize my thoughts and break down my homeschool planning into simple bite-sized chunks. I usually start with a year plan, broken down into semesters and then into quarters and then finally into weeks and days. I also try to keep it super simple just enough to keep our home education on track. So many parents end up feeling burnt out because they make a heavily detailed plan. If you ever take any of my advice, take this… a simple plan with simple tasks will take you to your homeschool planning goals without stress.

July Homeschooling Printables for Summer Learning

Summertime Survival Guide and Planner

Summertime Survival Guide –




Kids At Home Summer Camp Kit Printable

Summer Camp at Home – long sentence about printable




Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge




Homeschool Printable for July


Scripture Writing Copy Work – Our Writing Truth full-year copy-work and devotional is great for kids to start each morning focusing on scripture that aligns with a monthly theme.




Homeschool Printable Journal

July Free Homeschooling Journal Printable

We’ve really enjoyed making these beautiful homeschool printable pages! We enjoy using them in our own homeschool, and are so happy we could share them with you. We suggest that you print out 29 copies using the front/back of the paper (that’s only 15 sheets) and then binding them together with something fun. For the older kids, we’ve chosen to print these pages smaller and when we go to print we simply choose 2 on a page. This makes it print with two copies of the journal on each face of the paper.  Then we have some fun…we’ve punched a few holes along the edge and ran ribbon through and knotted them. We’ve also just stapled at the top, or you can simply put them in a 3 clip paper binder. We’ve also made beautiful monthly journals by coloring a cover page for the month and then binding them all together. Whichever method you choose to create your journal we’re sure it will be amazing!

How to Begin Planning with Homeschool Printables

Our team has combined their experience as homeschoolers and brought together a comprehensive group of home-school resources that are designed to help you easily plan and navigate your homeschool year. Here are our five simple tips that answer the question “How to Homeschool My Child?”

  • Check Your State Laws
  • Research Homeschool Methods, Learning Preferences, and Curriculum – this is where we come in. We’ve developed several online quizzes that will help you diagnose your preferred homeschooling method, your child’s learning preferences, and even how to find homeschool resources that fit.
  • Get plugged in and join a homeschool group or a co-op. Support in your journey is important, and if you can’t find a physical homeschool support group, please join us on FB or Instagram!
  • Have a flexible plan. As I’ve already mentioned I need to plan, but a simple flexible plan is what seems to work best for almost all homeschooling families. Remember “KISS” – keep it simple, stupid. (I’m speaking to myself!)
  • Listen to Yourself. Stay on top of how things are going. Homeschooling can be a joyful fulfilling experience but not if everyone is stressed out. Take breaks, relax, set goals.
  • Google the topic or theme for each of your unit studies to find the free homeschooling printables you need for the month.
  • Print and then place in a folder ready for daily use.

Find Our Full List of Printables by Age

Preschool Homeschooling Printables

Elementary Homeschool Printables

Middle/High School Homeschool Printables


Download the Free Full-Year Copy Work Homeschool Printable eBook below!

Jamie Gaddy

Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. has been a college education professor for over 17 years. Education has been a part of her life in both the classroom and as a principal. Six children later found her dissatisfied with traditional school and homeschool became the better fit. She is also a pastor’s wife, editor, and entrepreneur who now homeschools four of her six children in Georgia. Jamie loves to share about her homeschool experience to help other homeschoolers find success. Connect with her at [email protected]