Welcome to Guest Hollow’s Free Homeschool Items Page!
On this part of the website we offer our customers something uncommon in today’s world, absolutely FREE items! You can choose any or all of the items below and not be charged a cent! Why do we do this? Have a look at our About Us page, and you’ll get a sense of who we are and why we care about homeschoolers like we do.
Having said that, please consider using Guest Hollow, LLC as your source for other curriculums and materials. Despite being a tiny mom-and-pop, our company has a lot to offer, and it’s growing all the time. Please explore our site as well as our social media presence and let us know what you think!
Bookmark this page, as we will be adding more items over time!
Coming soon due to popular request: The History Shelf – Browse books and videos in a timeline format!
Our free award-winning biology curriculum comes with a free online textbook, free workbook, free printables, a buffet of labs for every budget, and more!
Engage students in 1st-4th grade with this free cross-curricular study of the seasons, animals, and more with tons of fun activities like making sun prints, turning a carnation colors, raising butterflies, and much more!
Free Online Books
Guest Hollow’s Free Geography & Cultures Online Textbook has embedded videos, maps, photos, and illustrations that make learning memorable, interesting, and way more fun than a regular geography book.
Guest Hollow’s Biology Textbook is completely free with embedded videos, tons of photos and illustrations, and built-in Latin & Greek root vocabulary lessons.
Guest Hollow’s Free Whirlwind Online Textbook has embedded videos, maps, photos, and illustrations that make learning history memorable. This is NOT your average, boring history textbook!
Free Printable Workbooks
Guest Hollow’s Free High School Biology Workbook was created to accompany Guest Hollow’s free High School Biology Curriculum.
It contains a variety of exercises to help students better learn and retain concepts in Guest Hollow’s Free Online Biology Textbook and has a convenient answer key in the back.
Free Homeschool Printables and Worksheets
We have quite a few free homeschool printables and worksheets available for download. We’ve also got a bunch of items from our previous website that are going to be updated and posted as well, so check back soon!
Click the button to browse all our free printables and worksheets or scroll through the gallery below.
Hover over the right or left of the gallery to scroll through all our free printables and worksheets. You can also click on the dots below the gallery to do the same thing. If you’d like to see detailed information about the items, click the green button above.
Country LapbookAdd to cart
Feudal System PyramidAdd to cart
4 Seasons Mini-Science BookAdd to cart
Free High School Biology WorkbookAdd to cart
Stay-at-Home Sampler PackAdd to cart
Beowulf’s 8 Parts of Speech PrintableAdd to cart
Artist Notebooking Page(s)Add to cart
How to Draw Using the Grid MethodAdd to cart
Latitude and Longitude WorksheetsAdd to cart
Greek and Latin Roots Memory Game / Seasons VocabularyAdd to cart
Graphing Temperatures ActivityAdd to cart
4 Seasons Tree Art ActivityAdd to cart
Fall Leaf Adjectives ActivityAdd to cart
Rain in a Jar Science and Weather ExperimentAdd to cart
Four Seasons Paper Dolls & PlaysetsAdd to cart
Converting Metric Numbers Using the Stair Step MethodAdd to cart
Math Help and Reference SheetAdd to cart
Creative Writing: Make Your Own Comics & Practice Dialogue – PrintableAdd to cart
Helpful Blog Posts
We also have a couple of blog posts that may be helpful when you are trying to save money. We link to all sorts of helpful resources!
Using a literature-based curriculum is one of the best ways (in my opinion) to engage students. It steers clear of boring textbooks, adds variety, and builds retention. While it may be one of the best ways to engage a student’s interest, it can also really engage your pocketbook! I homeschooled my children for 20+ years,[…]
When I started homeschooling in the early 1990’s there weren’t many homeschool curriculum choices. I didn’t have access to stacks of catalogs or online resources. There was The Big Book of Home Learning by Mary Pride, my library, a drawer full of art supplies, and that was about it! In those early years I made a lot[…]