It is Freebie February at Homeschool.com. They have over 200 educational freebies including printables, downloads, trials and more. Don’t forget to enter the special giveaways they have going on! Freebies are listed here. New freebies will be added throughout the month.
American Electric Power is offering a FREE Louie the Lightening Bug’s kids safety booklet. Resources from AEP are available only to educators and customers living or working in the AEP service territory for a limited time.
Visit Educents.com to download a FREE 40 page Frozen ABC & Math Educational Pack. This offer will be available for a limited time only.
Homeschool Creations offers FREE educational printables based on popular children’s books for preschool aged kids. Learn to write, count, and read with Goodnight Moon, Corduroy, The Snowy Day, Were Going on a Bear Hunt, The Runaway Bunny and more.
Sign up to receive a FREE issue of Home School Enrichment Magazine. Home School Enrichment Magazine gives you the encouragement, inspiration, and practical teaching ideas you need to keep your homeschool going strong, all year long. This offer will be available for a limited time only.
Unfortunately, many accidents occur and lives are lost due to something that can be prevented – Distracted Driving. Teachers and businesses can request a FREE Prevent Distracted Driving Kit that includes a poster, 2 window clings and a pledge card. This offer is available to the continental US, while supplies last.
LibrarySparks Magazine is an indispensable resource bursting with fun and engaging programming ideas for today’s elementary school and children’s librarian. For a limited time you can sign up to receive a FREE sample issue of LibrarySparks.
Teachers can sign up to receive FREE 2016-2017 Schoolmate catalogs along with planner and folder samples. This offer will be available for a limited time only.
Ayn Rand’s novels contain many elements that appeal strongly to young readers. With the generous help of donors, the Ayn Rand Institute is providing FREE copies of Ayn Rand’s novels, along with teacher’s guides and lesson plans, to high schools.