June Free Homeschool PrintablesJune 1, 2022
I don’t know about you, but I can hardly believe it’s already summer! June arrived in what feels like record time, and along with it comes the fun of hot days, swimming pools, beaches, warm nights, and for some of us, air conditioning. Whether you take summers off of school or homeschool year-round, we wanted our June printables to provide a review. If you take off and want to avoid the “summer slide,” or just want to keep plugging along, hopefully, these printables will be a help to your family.
Don’t forget our new daily holidays addition at the end! Happy Summer!
Free Homeschool Printables for June
June Calendar Printable: With summer getting kicked up with fun activities, you’re sure to fill this calendar up quickly. Keep all your appointments straight with this month’s printable calendar!
June Journal Page (faith-based): Take a few moments each day to use our journal printable to focus your mind and write your thoughts.
June Scripture Writing (faith-based): In all the hustle and bustle that summer can bring, make sure that your focus stays on what is most important. Before getting outside and enjoying God’s creation, take a few minutes each day to write about it from God’s Word!
Reading Set (4 pages): This 4-page set includes a book wishlist for your child to write what they want to read this summer, a reading tracker to keep up with how much/when they’ve read, a book review page, and a page for reading notes.
Phonics Blends Review Set (10 pages): For your little ones, we included a 10-page set reviewing some phonics blends.
Language Arts Review Set (5 pages): This set includes a page on present continuous tense, present progressive tense, active and passive voice, conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections, and one page on adjectives.
Addition Review Set (5 pages): This addition set begins with a page of basic drills, and each page increases in difficulty. There is a page for single-digit addition, double-digit addition, three-digit addition, and an addition word search.
Subtraction Review Set (5 pages): The subtraction review set includes simple drills, a subtraction grid, subtraction from 20, double-digit subtraction, and a subtraction game.
Multiplication Review Set (5 pages): Keep the multiplication facts fresh in your child’s mind this summer with this printables set!
Division Review Set (5 pages): Using these five pages, your children can review their division facts and keep in practice.
Math Review Set (5 pages): This set includes printables on the order of operations, equivalent fractions, calculating sales tax, linear relations, and the distributive property.
Summer Habit Tracker: Keep up with good habits this summer using this nifty habit tracker!
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June Holidays For Your Homeschool
While there is always something going on in the summertime, most parents will inevitably hear, “I’m bored!” at some point. To stave off the summer boredom, plan to celebrate some of these fun (and sometimes silly) holidays! If there are some that your children don’t know, have them look them up! It’s a great way to learn something new!
June 1: Flip a Coin Day, National Go Barefoot Day, National Say Something Nice Day
June 2: National Rocky Road Day, Trooping the Colour (U.K.), National I Love My Dentist Day
June 3: World Bicycle Day, National Donut Day, Repeat Day
June 4: National Trails Day, National Hug Your Cat Day, International Tabletop Day
June 5: World Environment Day, National Veggie Burger Day, Pentecost
June 6: D-Day, National Drive-In Movie Day, National Yo-Yo Day
June 7: Daniel Boone Day, National Chocolate Ice Cream Day, Prince’s Birthday
June 8: National Upsy Daisy Day, World Oceans Day, National Best Friends Day
June 9: National Donald Duck Day, National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day
June 10: National Iced Tea Day, National Egg Roll Day, National Ballpoint Pen Day
June 11: King Kamehameha Day, National Corn on the Cob Day, National Making Life Beautiful Day
June 12: National Red Rose Day, National Loving Day, Trinity Sunday
June 13: National Weed Your Garden Day, Random Acts of Light Day, National Sewing Machine Day
June 14: Flag Day, National Pop Goes the Weasel Day, World Blood Donor Day
June 15: National Bug Busting Day, Nature Photography Day
June 16: National Bloomsday, International Day of the African Child, National Fudge Day
June 17: Global Garbage Man Day, National Eat Your Vegetables Day, National Flip Flop Day
June 18: National Go Fishing Day, International Picnic Day, Wear Blue Day
June 19: Father’s Day, National Garfield the Cat Day, World Juggling Day, Juneteenth
June 20: World Refugee Day, Ugliest Dog Day, National Hike With a Geek Day
June 21: National Seashell Day, World Day of Music, Summer Solstice
June 22: National Onion Ring Day, Windrush Day, National Chocolate Eclair Day
June 23: National Hydration Day, National Pink Day, National Typewriter Day
June 24: Swim a Lap Day, National Pralines Day, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day
June 25: National Catfish Day, Midsummer Day, National Strawberry Parfait Day
June 26: National Chocolate Pudding Day, Armed Forces Day (U.K.)
June 27: National Bingo Day, National Orange Blossom Day, Helen Keller Day
June 28: National Logistics Day, National Paul Bunyan Day, Tau Day
June 29: Hug Holiday, International Fisherman Day, National Camera Day
June 30: National Meteor Watch Day, National Handshake Day, National Bomb Pop Day
June is also:
- Oral Health Month
- National Zoo and Aquarium Month
- Great Outdoors Month
- National Camping Month
- National Rivers Month
- National Oceans Month
- National Pollinators Month
- National Safety Month
- Sports America Kids Month
- National Candy Month
Download your June 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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