February Free Homeschool PrintablesFebruary 1, 2022
The first month of the new year flew (or crawled, depending on your perspective) by, and here we are at February! I hope your year is off to a good start. Between trying to avoid getting winter germs and being hit with a rare snowstorm, we’ve been hermits around here… but I have to admit that I’ve enjoyed it. Life can get and stay so busy, so I appreciate times when we’re forced to slow down a bit. It’s the main reason I love winter. A great thing about homeschooling is you can still take advantage of the opportunity to stay home without falling behind, and snowstorms are a great time to have fun, make memories, and do some winter science activities! May February bring your home lots of warmth, love, and learning opportunities! Without further ado, here are your printables for this month!
Free Homeschool Printables for February
February Calendar Printable: Print off a copy or two (one for you and one for your child) of this month’s beautiful calendar page to keep up with all your goings-on for February!
February Scripture Writing (faith-based): Love is everywhere this month, but while the world has its definition and examples of love, don’t fail to focus on what the Bible says about true love!
Black History Month Book Report: February is Black History Month, so what better time to have your child do a book report or two on a person or event related to black history?
Sweet Division Worksheet: Let your kids use some of their Valentine candy as manipulatives to help with this math worksheet!
Valentine’s Day Math: Your little ones will enjoy adding, subtracting, and coloring these sweet cupcakes!
Valentine’s Day Acrostic: See what your creative child can come up with when filling out this acrostic poem!
Valentine’s Day Word Search: Take a break from the norm and let your child find these fun valentine-related words!
Valentine Fractions: Do you have a child learning or needing a refresher in fractions? Use this holiday worksheet!
All About Numbers 1-20: This printable is 20 pages, one for each number 1 through 20! These are great for your little ones just learning number and letter recognition.
Planning With Your February 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
Homeschool Copy Work Ebook
If you are wanting to get the kids doing copy work each day this year, you might want to try our free full-year copy work ebook. We’ve used scripture as the “copy work” foundation and it ties in beautifully with the journal pages above. Download your free ebook today!
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.