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Harmony Art Mom's Homeschool Freebies

Updated on June 3, 2014

Harmony Art Mom's Homeschool Freebies!

I have written and compiled quite a few free homeschooling resources that I will organize here on this lens for all to have easy access to and to use in your homeschooling.

There are art plans, nature study plans, notebooking pages, and more. There are plans for high school age and younger children too. The nature study plans are appropriate for all ages.

Have fun! Leave me a comment if you find something you like.

Visit My Nature Study Blog! Click the Photo!

Visit My Nature Study Blog! Click the Photo!
Visit My Nature Study Blog! Click the Photo!

All Nature Study and Notebook Ideas Are Based On This Book

Handbook of Nature Study
Handbook of Nature Study

If you use the Outdoor Hour Challenge, you will need this wonderful book. There are selected pages to read for every challenge.


I just completed putting together our high school level World Geography and Cultures course into a downloadable plan for you to save and print for your family. I hope it will help your family with a greater understanding of the modern world.

I highly recommend Wonder Maps from Bright Ideas Press!

I love to hear your comments!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I REALLY like what I find here and over at your website at For those that are doing the nature study, the Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock can be found for free (1911 edition) on It's a fairly large file (48.7 MB)

      I hope that helps those that are trying to save money in financially trying times!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Yup, first you create the homeschool study freebies and then you create a library for them that the heart of a teacher!

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      Loretta 6 years ago from United States

      Such a generous resource! Thank you for sharing!

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      Norbert Isles 6 years ago from Philippines

      Very useful lens for homeschooling and to enhance my youngest child's education. Thank you so much.

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      Lace9 6 years ago

      Another fantastic lens from you. I'll probably be bookmarking your blog, sounds right up my alley.

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      lasertek lm 6 years ago

      Very informative and great looking lens. Awesome job!

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      JoyfulPamela2 6 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      We could always use freebies in our curriculum! Thank you!

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      AnnaleeBlysse 6 years ago

      Definitely have to keep track of your outdoor info. When I get out and about in the summertime, it's typically in the wilds of Northern CA. But I wasn't from this area originally so I'm always finding myself having to research types of trees, etc...

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Wow..quite the free resources site! Thanks

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @Barb McCoy: Either way, this is some of the best "helps" I have seen! You have done a great job with the mini units. thanks!

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      Barb McCoy 6 years ago

      @anonymous: I don't receive any money from Scribd. They are the ones that make the rules for their website. If you upload a file to share you then get to download my stuff for free. That doesn't cost you anything.

      All of the OHC info for each challenge is on my blog listed either on the sidebar or under the tabs at the top. The files for my nature study items are available on Scribd as a convenience. They are free if you participate in their site.

      From the Scribd website:

      "You can read Scribd documents on our website (or embedded in blogs or other websites) for free. Some documents are in the Scribd Archive and, although they can be read on our site for free, you must contribute in order to download them to your own computer. You can either upload one or more documents or you can purchase an Archive Subscription, as described in our FAQ"

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      everything looks great! i appercaite the work you have put into this, i just can't use any of it, if I purchase from you, or use a "free" item- I still have to pay a least $5 to down load it from Scribd?!

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      Jimmie Lanley 6 years ago from Memphis, TN, USA

      Great freebies, Barb! Thanks for being so generous and for compiling them conveniently here.

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      julieannbrady 6 years ago

      Merry Christmas, my dear! Lovely page.