July Free Homeschool PrintablesJuly 1, 2022
June has come and gone, and summer is in full swing! Whether you’re traveling this summer or staying close to home, we hope you’re enjoying this time with your family. We wanted this month’s printables to be something you can use either on travels or as a camping theme addition to our At-Home Summer Camp Kit. Check out and celebrate some fun July holidays as well!
Free Homeschool Printables for July
July Calendar Printable: This calendar printable is great to keep up with summer activities, and begin planning ahead for the start of the upcoming school year!
July Journal Page (faith-based): We suggest that you print out 29 copies using the front/back of the paper (that’s only 15 sheets) and then bind them together with something fun to continue journaling throughout the summer.
July Scripture Writing (faith-based): While celebrating our nation’s birthday this month, see what the Bible has to say about our leaders!
Camping Haiku: Practice writing poetry by having your child create a haiku about camping!
Camping in a Tent (2 pages): Get your kids writing while contemplating whether or not they think they would enjoy camping and sleeping in a tent!
S’mores Printable: Your children are sure to love this printable about s’mores…especially if you finish the activity with the gooey snack!
Camping Survival: What essentials would your child need on a camping trip? You might be surprised by their answers!
Camping Brain Teasers: Give your kids a fun brain workout with this camping brain teaser!
Summer Scavenger Hunt: Take a day to drive around and find these things, or take an afternoon and a stack of books to hunt for the items on a printed page!
Dream Holiday vs. Actual Holiday (2 pages): Are you planning a family vacation this summer? Let your kids imagine their dream vacation, and then describe your actual family summer vacation.
My Holiday Postcard: Design and create a postcard from your family vacation to deliver to a friend or family member.
Road Trip Scavenger Hunt: If you’re heading out on a road trip this summer, be sure to take this printable along and see who fills it up first!
Find Our Full List of Printables by Age
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Elementary Homeschool Printables
Middle and High School Homeschool Printables
Find more great Homeschool Printables for all ages here!
July Holidays For Your Homeschool
We’re well into the summer now, and hopefully, you’re finding lots of fun activities for your family to enjoy. If you need more excuses to celebrate, find more here!
July 1: Canada Day, American Zoo Day, International Joke Day
July 2: Hop a Park Day, International Cherry Pit Spitting Day, National Disco Day
July 3: American Redneck Day, Build a Scarecrow Day, International Drop a Rock Day
July 4: Independence Day, Thank You Day, Alice in Wonderland Day
July 5: Mechanical Pencil Day, National Hawaii Day, National Apple Turnover Day
July 6: Umbrella Cover Day, National Fried Chicken Day, National Air Traffic Control Day
July 7: Global Forgiveness Day, International Peace and Love Day, World Chocolate Day
July 8: Be a Kid Again Day, National Freezer Pop Day, National Video Game Day
July 9: National Sugar Cookie Day, National Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Omelet Day
July 10: National Kitten Day, Teddy Bear Picnic Day, Pick Blueberries Day
July 11: National Swimming Pool Day, National Free Slurpee Day, National Blueberry Muffin Day
July 12: Cow Appreciation Day, Etch-a-Sketch Day, National Different Colored Eyes Day
July 13: Embrace Your Geekness Day, National French Fry Day, National Barbershop Music Appreciation Day
July 14: Bastille Day, Shark Awareness Day, National Mac and Cheese Day
July 15: National Give Something Away Day, National Be a Dork Day, Celebration of the Horse Day
July 16: World Snake Day, National Cherry Day, Guinea Pig Appreciation Day
July 17: National Ice Cream Day, World Day for International Justice, World Emoji Day
July 18: Global Hug Your Kids Day, World Listening Day, National Sour Candy Day
July 19: National Football Day, Stick Out Your Tongue Day, National Urban Beekeeping Day
July 20: International Chess Day, National Hot Dog Day, National Moon Day
July 21: Invite an Alien to Live With You Day, National Junk Food Day, Racial Harmony Day
July 22: Lion’s Share Day, National Hammock Day, Spoonerism Day
July 23: National Day of the Cowboy, Hot Enough For Ya Day, Sprinkle Day
July 24: National Amelia Earhart Day, National Cousins Day, Pioneer Day
July 25: Carousel Day, International Red Shoe Day, National Hot Fudge Sundae Day
July 26: National Aunt and Uncle Day, National All or Nothing Day, National Dog Photography Day
July 27: Bagpipe Appreciation Day, Chicken Finger Day, National Love is Kind Day
July 28: National Chili Dog Day, National Soccer Day, National Waterpark Day
July 29: International Tiger Day, National Talk in an Elevator Day, National Lasagna Day
July 30: International Day of Friendship, Paperback Book Day, Share a Hug Day
July 31: National Tree Day, National Mutt Day, National Jump for Jellybeans Day
Download your July Holidays Printable here!
Naomi White graduated with her B.S. in Christian Elementary Education and went on to earn her Early Childhood Education certification. She has taught preschool and elementary school in both Christian and public schools. She loves to read and write, is a pastor’s wife and stay-at-home mom, and is eagerly awaiting the day her son is old enough for them to start their own homeschool journey. Originally a Georgia girl, Naomi currently lives in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina with her family.
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