March Free Homeschool PrintablesMarch 1, 2022
Happy March! The days are getting a little longer, a hint of spring is in the air, and something about it all just improves my spirits. I hope it does the same for you! Though we know winter isn’t completely over and she may yet make her presence known again, there’s hope for the warmer days and new life around the corner. Yay! While we’ll still have our monthly journal, calendar, and copy work, we’re bringing you some great new language arts printables for your homeschool this month. We hope you find them useful!
Free Homeschool Printables for March
March Calendar Printable: This beautiful calendar will serve as a great reminder that spring is on its way, especially as you fill it with all the goings-on that warmer days can bring!
March Journal Page (faith-based): This matching journal page will help you start your homeschool days off on the right foot as your hearts focus on the Lord and His goodness.
March Scripture Writing (faith-based): Along those same lines, this month’s Writing Truth page focuses on something we all need in our homes and our hearts – Mercy!
Compound Words: Find and match the two words that combine to create a new compound word!
Plural Nouns: Learning about plurals? Use this printable to work on those regular and irregular plural nouns!
Adjectives (with Opposites): Using pictures of opposites, your little one can identify and circle the correct adjective.
Adjectives: Here is another printable using adjectives for slightly older children.
Find the Words: Using the word bank, your child can fill in the missing word to complete the sentence.
Phonics Review (10 pages): These printable pages work with identifying different phonics sounds and blends. Print one or all ten!
St. Patrick’s Day Word Search: No March printables page would be complete without at least one for St. Patrick’s Day!
Planning With Your March 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 simple tips that answer the question “How do I 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
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.