This collection of homeschooling websites for kindergarten include book lists, free printables, teaching tips and more for both new homeschool moms and veterans!
Though I homeschooled for more than ten years, I was always on the hunt for fresh new ideas to use with my kids. These homeschooling websites are great to have bookmarked before you start your next homeschool year.
You’ll find a wide variety of resources for kids ages 5-7 when you work your way through the sites featured below.
Homeschooling Websites for Kindergarten
After blogging here on this site for many, many years I decided to create a site dedicated to homeschooling little ones. Homeschool Preschool is jam-packed with book lists, craft ideas, holiday festivities, and free printables that are perfect for kids ages 3-7.
I also have a site dedicated to book-based learning. Teaching with Children’s Books features book-based crafts, activities, and, of course, free printables.
While not a dedicated homeschooling site, April Go Lightly has a wonderful collection of sight words worksheets that are perfect for kindergarteners who are learning to read.
Babies to Bookworms is a great site that is full of book lists, book-based activities, and printables that are perfect for young readers.
If you’re looking for printables and hands-on activities for kindergarten, be sure to check out Homeschooling My Kinetic Kids.
I always enjoy seeing what Royal Baloo has to offer for kindergarteners. From hands-on activities to free printables, you’ll find so many amazing ideas over there.
At Happy Brown House, you’ll find a wide variety of printables, crafts, and snack ideas that are perfect for kindergarteners.
Planes and Balloons has over 400 free preschool printables on her site – many of which are designed for kindergarten learning.
At 123 Homeschool 4 Me, you can browse her kindergarten content by topic to find just what you’re looking for.
As the name suggests, Kindergarten Worksheets and Games is packed full of printables and activities for kindergarteners.Natural Beach Living has an amazing selection of Montessori-inspired and hands-on learning activities for kindergarteners.
Over at The Keeper of the Memories, you’ll find art ideas, free printables, hands-on learning activities, and more.
The Chaos and the Clutter offers a huge selection of hands-on learning and sensory activities that are perfect for the kindergarteners in your homeschool.
At Simple Home Blessings, you’ll find hands-on activities and resources for kindergarten kiddos. This homeschool mom follows the Classical Conversations method of homeschooling.
Nurture Store offers everything you need to put the magic back into learning with everything already prepped for you.
The Wise Owl Factory has an extensive collection of free printables for your kindergarteners.
Board Games for Learning shares an amazing amount of ideas for game and play-based learning for kids of all ages!
Homeschool Share has a wonderful collection of book-based unit studies and lapbooks that are perfect for kindergarteners.
Walking by the Way is another great place to find kindergarten activities. You’ll find book challenges, printables, and hands-on activities.
Mama Teaches is a site run by a teacher turned homeschool mom. She has so many resources that your kindergarten-aged children will love!
At Kiddy Charts, you’ll find printable reward charts, learning activities, and family fun ideas!
Our Family Code focuses on coding and STEAM activities for kindergarteners (and older kids, too).
At Proverbial Homemaker, you’ll find printables, courses, and hands-on activities that are perfect for kindergarteners (and the rest of the family).
Homeschool Hideout offers a wide variety of homeschool ideas for “lazy” homeschoolers (her words not mine).
Your budding scientists will love all of the amazing hands-on science experiments and activities over at Go Science Kids.
Encouragement for Homeschool Moms
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of books meant to encourage homeschool moms that will help your readers celebrate their favorite characters.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Creating Homeschool Balance – “Creating Homeschool Balance” will help you understand what balance looks like, feels like, and how to create it.
Your Goals This Year – No matter which kind of homeschool parent you are, this book will help you understand the stages of homeschooling high school, put you on the path to success, and keep you from feeling overwhelmed. You can homeschool through high school, and here are the tools to help you.
Scheduling: The Secret to Homeschool Sanity – When you homeschool, it’s important to take time to plan and rest, and not just work, work, work! Using schedules in your homeschool can help you avoid burnout.