Isn't it wonderful to see how much homeschool parents share information with each other? If you really had to do a year of homeschooling with not much more than pencil and paper, art supplies, a library card and the internet, you could do it!
In light of current economic situations challenging many families, Terri Johnson, of Knowledge Quest, has posted 5 Must-Have No-Cost Resources for Homeschooling. These make a good starting place.
Not just for homeschoolers - so many available free scheduling worksheets, coloring and fun pages (baby-sitting that young neighbor? teaching Sunday School this week?) I just printed out a couple of Donna Young's printing readiness tracing sheets for the rising kindergartener we'll be caring for today. If they go over well, I'll print out some more for tomorrow.
A little school break project - I took a stack of colored paper, 2 sheets of notes, and 2 big folders over, and we made lapbooks on the Twelve Days of Christmas (thanks, Crispy, for the inspiration!)