Math seems to be one of the subjects that most homeschool moms dread, with science running a close second. I actually love math, though I didn’t love teaching it for the longest time. It wasn’t until I came to realize that math is not some secret code that needs to be deciphered and unlocked that I began to enjoy math with my kids .

**It is actually very natural for most children to learn math concepts, and if you graduated high school, you can absolutely teach math.**

I spent hundreds of dollars trying to find the “right” math curriculum. I was terrified that I wasn’t going to teach it correctly and my children were going to be forever math dumb.

I needn’t have worried so much.

Do you know what all of that curriculum I bought had in common? **It all taught the same things, in pretty much the same order.** The only way they differed was in the method of delivery. Some were very worksheet oriented, while others were very hands-on, and still others used a combination of both. Some used a spiral method and some used a mastery approach.

**Regardless of what method is used to teach it, math is math.**

You don't need an expensive curriculum to teach math. There is no “right” way to teach it, but there is a way that works best for you and your children. Trust me when I say, you can spend LOTS of money before you figure out what that is.

But you don’t have to.

I’ve put together a list of some of the best free math programs available. All were completely free at the time of writing. If you find one that is no longer free, please let me know.

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## Elementary Math (Grades K-5)

**Free Math Program**

**Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool**

The online course is completely free, with free printable worksheets. If you prefer not to print or are unable to, you can order a workbook of the printables that go along with the online course, or a workbook and parent's guide that makes up an offline course. I've linked to each for your convenience.

We are currently using Level 1 with Nerdlet (the offline workbook course) and we LOVE it! It is a very no-nonsense approach to math that works well for us.

- Free Online Math 1 Course - Printables for Online Course

Offline Course Workbook - Parent's Guide - Free Online Math 2 Course - Printables for Online Course

Offline Course Workbook - Parent's Guide - Free Online Math 3 Course - Printables for Online Course

Offline Course Workbook - Parent's Guide - Free Online Math 4 Course - Printables for Online Course

Offline Course Workbook - Parent's Guide - Middle School Math - Grades 5-8

**Little House Kindergarten Math**

cK**-12 Elementary Math - Grades 1-5**

**Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching - Mathematics Enhancement Programme**

For each year there are practice books, detailed lesson plans, and copy masters to be used in lessons, as well as general information about the Primary MEP project.

**Ray’s Arithmetic - including teacher editions for grades 3-5**

## Middle School Math (Grades 6-8)

Master Math - Grades 6-8 and Algebra 1 - Video lessons

(AHmazing free math resource)

CK-12 Books

- Middle School Math - Grade 6
- Middle School Math Concepts - Grade 6
- Middle School Math - Grade 7
- Middle School Math Concepts - Grade 7
- Middle School Math - Grade 8
- Middle School Math Concepts - Grade 8

Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching - Mathematics Enhancement Programme

For each year there are practice books, detailed lesson plans, and copy masters to be used in lessons, as well as general information about the Primary MEP project.

## High School (Grades 9-12)

Easy Peasy All-in-One High School

CK-12 Books - Includes teacher books

After clicking the link, choose the “Flexbook Textbooks” tab

Master Math - Grades 6-8 and Algebra 1 - Video lessons

(AHmazing free math resource)

Alison Online Courses

Do you have a favorite free math curriculum that isn't included here?

Please share with us in the comments!

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Wow thank you sooo much !! This was a huge help and answer to prayer as I was looking for something for my Math curriculum and had no idea where to look… well you gave SEVERAL options!! #LifeSaver

You’re welcome! I’m glad that you were able to find what you needed. I hope that you have a great year!

Holy Guacamole! What a find. Thank you for posting this free content. As a special education teacher at the high school level it is difficult to find curriculum for my student’s ability levels. This will help greatly.

Keep up the great work.

Thank you for your time.

-Shane

You are so welcome! I’m happy you were able to find something for your students. Many blessings!

Im noticing that the IXL learning links only give you 10 problems per day, then ask for membership. You cant access anything else past 10 problems in one day. Are the 10 problems per day what is free?

im just about to start my daughter in a couple weeks, this is the BEST site ive found. thanks a million! im a lot less stressed about finding enough free printables as a single mother this is just the best!

Commenting once again, now that I’ve used this curriculum. I just wanted to comment again that this information you have here is truly spectacular. Words cannot describe the headache you have saved me for having to piece together and create all new curriculum. My fiancee is thinking of homeschool our kids, when we have them after we get married, and this webpage will be an amazing resource. Thank you for all that you do.

I hope and pray you continue to do amazing work.

May God bless you and your family.

-Shane Soliz

Thank you, Shane, for your words of encouragement. I’m happy that you were able to find something useful that saved you time and effort!

Do you have any free online financial literacy courses. My daughter is special needs and going into 12th grade. I’ve given up trying to teach prealgebra to her after trying for 3 years.

Hi Sharon! I don’t have any free suggestions (yet!), but I have heard some great things about the Economics, Finances, and Business course from Powerline Productions (https://powerlineprod.weebly.com/economics.html). It’s pretty reasonably priced.

This is also free math. http://www.arithmophobianomore.com/ultimate-cuisenaire-rods-list/

All you have to do is buy manipulatives, but you could probably make something to stand in for the rods in a pinch.

Thank you for sharing!