+100 Totally FREE At-Home Learning Printables Made By Teachers For All

at home learning freebies

The COVID-19 social quarantine and school closings have turned the Teachers Pay Teachers model into Teachers HELPING Teachers (and parents)!

We’re in this together!

We scoured Instagram to find as many 100% free learning tools we could find from your favorite TPT creators, teacher bloggers, and more! Most of these links lead to multiple free printable downloads, with a little bit of everything, from worksheets to at-home learning schedules, color pages, learning activities, games, writing prompts, crafts, checklists, organizers, rubrics, and MORE!

*If you have free at-home learning tools that are not on the list, email us at info@boredteachers.com to let us know and we’ll add them on!*

1. 40 Different ELA, Math, Science, and STEM resources!

2. Learning at Home Schedule

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Let’s keep learning! ? ? ? Our spring break was extended and I wasn’t prepared to not be at school next week. There have been so many amazing resources being shared for educators and parents on social media. I had no idea how to pick and share with my families. Then I saw the home schedule that @jessicamchalephotographer created and it was exactly what I needed to help me organize the resources. Now I can simply pick what I would like my students to explore and plug it into their daily schedule. Finally, I created a Google Doc with all the links and instructions for the students. I reached out to my families on the Remind app and asked them if they’d be interested in something like this. I received an overwhelming response of “YES!”. So I’m excited to have something to work on while we’re home. I’m sharing it here in case anyone else needs an idea on how to share out digital resources with families. ❤️ Download the template here: bit.ly/learningathomeplans

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3. Reading Bingo

4. Maker Stations

5. Gratitude drawing sheet

6. Spring writing prompts, checklists, rubrics, craft, and more!

7. Graphic organizers

8. Spelling activities

9. Listen and learn activities

10. Math Flowers

11. Sight word lists

12. Fun math and literacy review

13. Brain break tic tac toe

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With all the chaos going on right now, I knew that I wanted to create something for parents to use with their kids at home during this extended time period. ⭐️These Brain Break Tic Tac Toe boards will be perfect for not only my own kids, but others that may need to get up and moving as well. ⭐️Parents can play with their kids or siblings can play together. ⭐️The first set includes quick exercises. ⭐️The second set includes longer activities like read a book or donate toys. ⭐️The third set is EDITABLE so parents can type in their own activities. (Hint: You could include chores that you need them to do?) ?The BEST NEWS is that this is completely FREE!! Click on the link in my profile to grab it.

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14. Read & response sheets

15. Robot coloring sheet

16. Kindergarten worksheets

17. Digital learning plan

18. Graphic organizers, simple activities, and writing prompts

19. Speech practice at home

20. Simple activities at home

21. Coloring pages

22. Math review for 1st graders and kinders

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I’ve put together a month of math review for your non tech distance learning. If you own my math resources, I pulled from there. Share the link ( http://bit.ly/japgfreemath )with whoever needs it.? I tried to limit cutting and gluing for those that don’t have access to glue and scissors. Primarily for 1st but kinder can certainly pull from it. Would a word work, writing, spelling, reading one be helpful too? #Justaprimarygirlorganization #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #teacherhack #teacherhacks #teachertips #virginiateacher #primaryteacher #organizedclassroom #organizedteacher #firstyearteachers #elementaryteacher #iteachfirst #iteachsecond #teacherproblems #classroomideas #classroomsetup #teacherblogger

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23. Reading review for 1st graders and kinders

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What else can I help you with? Here is a 39 page free resource to help REVIEW reading and writing. It contains Cvc word work, blank writing template, sentence scrambles, read, comprehend and write, and finally reading passages with comprehension. There is no way for me to work fast enough on new free items for you, so I’ve pulled from several of my resources. Hoping that these help your students get through a few weeks of school. Keep in mind to send home your scholastic magazines if you are able. What else can I put together for you? Hoping to help you all as much as possible. #Teacher #iteachfirst #teacherproblems #teachersofinstagram #elementaryteacher #teachergram #teacherspayteachers #teachersfollowteachers #kinderchat #iteachtoo #iteachfirst #lifeofateacher #primaryteacher #firstgradeteacher #iteach1st #vablogger #vateacher #virginiateacher #teachertipcovid19 http://bit.ly/japgfreeread

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24. Mindfulness minutes

25. Kindergarten lesson plans

26. More worksheets

27. St. Paddy’s sight word book

28. Pot of fractions

29. Kindergarten activities

30. Learn and play activity ideas

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WHAT DO I DO WITH MY KIDS ALL DAY?! Hi friends, I know I have shared this before but I wanted to do my part to help you during this scary time of possible quarantine, school closures, and keeping safe while staying inside if anyone is feeling sick. ? I know how stressful it can be to figure out different ways to keep your kiddos occupied and entertained indoors without a screen! ? in case you missed it when I shared my free toddler activity guide for March, I wanted to offer it again so you could have a few activities in your back pocket ready to go! Let me act as Pinterest for you and plan out your activities with your toddlers! All of these activities are free or simple crafts you can set up with what you already have! Simply leave your email in the comments below or send me a dm and I’ll get this out to you ASAP! Any other questions about activities? Make sure you take a look at what we’ve been up to here and on the blog! ❤️ #montessoriactivity #activitiesforkids #activitiesfortoddlers #indooractivities #toddleractivities #toddlermom #teachermom #preschool #preschoolactivities #easycrafts #simpleplay #easyplayideas #learningthroughplay #playislearning

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31. Anytime writing prompts

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FREE for you! Hi friends! My district is still open, but I know that many of you are facing closures (or have already closed) which has left many of you scrambling to put together at home learning materials for your students (remote learning via tech isn’t an option for everyone). To help make this process a bit easier for you, I’m sharing my Anytime Writing Prompts with you for FREE! It will be free through the month of March. Use the link in my profile to head to my TPT shop to download. I’ll be sharing another FREE resource in a separate post (so that each item can be linked separately). Be on the lookout for that post too. I hope this helps you out a bit!❤️ #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #iteach2nd #iteachfirst #iteachtoo https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Writing-Prompts-for-Anytime-2287085

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32. Letter hunt

33. Fluency practice

34. Attitude of gratitude

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Did you tune into Lunchtime Doodles with Mo Willems today? It was so fun! Today was all about Elephant and Piggie and he even taught us how to draw our beloved Gerald! ?❤️ In the midst of everything, I’ve been reminded anew of the importance being thankful! Especially at times like now when life is hard and uncertain, it’s important to be on the lookout for the good! Like Lunchtime Doodles with Mo! ❤️ An attitude of gratitude truly helps uplift our hearts! My family has started to keep a daily thankfulness log and I wanted to share it with you incase you and your students can use it! I just sent this FREEBIE to my VIP Club Email Subscribers, but if you aren’t a part of it yet, you can join and grab this Daily Thankfulness Log with the link in my profile—> bit.ly/dailythankfulnesslog Just print them off or send them digitally to your students and their families! We’re in this together and I’m so thankful to be a part of this incredible teacher community! Thank you for all that you are doing for your students!! #foxwellforest #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #teachershare #iteach1st #iteachsecond #iteachk #teacherlife

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35. Learn at Home Bingo Boards

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It’s been a crazy week, hasn’t it?! First of all, how are you? You have been on my heart so much! Even though I’m not currently in the classroom this year as I’m home with Sammy, I wanted to do something to help as schools are closing! So, I created some Learn at Home Bingo Boards that your students can use to do their learning at home. Just print them off or send them digitally. They’re fun, hands-on, and easy activities for your kids to do and families to manage at home for reading, writing, and math. And because we are in this together I’ve made them a freebie for you–> http://bit.ly/learnathomebingo (link in profile)⁣ ⁣ #foxwellforest #weareinthistogether #iteachfirst #teachersfollowteachers #athomelearning #teachersofinsta ⁣ #iloveteaching #lifeofateacher #iteachtoo #teachersofinstagram #teachergram #learningisfun #freeresourceloop #teachingtipscovid19

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36. Reading at Home

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Because reading is always a good idea. • I didn’t send home lots of work (see two posts back), but I did send home paper copies of suggestions for tasks my students could complete independently while we’re all #socialdistancing (online learning is great but not all of my students have internet access or devices to use). One thing is always certain: parents can absolutely help by encouraging their kids to read. • But times have changed and parents need guidance on how to discuss their child’s reading with them. It’s no longer “Who, what, when, and where?” Students are expected to cite evidence from the text, then put that together with what they might already understand about an idea to draw conclusions. And then they must infer not just the reason why the author wrote but also how they feel about it. • My students’ parents are familiar with these bookmarks because I gave them out at fall conferences. I use that opportunity to help parents gain a better understanding of how to help their child become a stronger reader. Regardless of “reading level,” kids are still asked these questions, whether it’s an 80 page beginner chapter book, or a 200+ page novel (in third grade I see this wide range!). And parents don’t always know how to help! Reading the same book as their child is the best place to start. • These are on my blog for you to download! Go to bit.ly/UniqueReadingBookmarks or tap the link in my bio! • Tag a teacher (or parent!) friend who might want to use these! • #readingbookmarks #teachertips #uniqueteachertip #parentingtips #freeresourceloop #teachingtipscovid19 #teachertipscovid19 •

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37. Sticky labels

38. Fine Motor Letter Mats

39. Leprechaun Craft

40. Daily schedule template

41. More At-Home Activities

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