Freedom Homeschooling

Health & P.E. Curriculum

Below you will find free homeschool health and physical education curriculum. If you’re looking for other subjects, click here.

C = Christian based curriculum

Alison  (9th to 12th)

Alison offers a wide variety of online courses related to health, fitness, and medicine. While the courses are all free to take, there is also a premium subscription service available that offers additional features.

CK-12  (9th to 12th)

This Teen Health Literacy course uses an online textbook and videos to teach the following topics: nutrition, physical activity, healthy weight, sleep, tobacco use, drug and alcohol abuse, and sex education.

Cosmic Kids Yoga  (K to 6th)

These exercise videos teach yoga. The videos may be watched for free, but they also offer a paid subscription that doesn’t have advertisements.

Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool  (K to 8th)  C

Two courses are offered: PE/Health Odds and PE/Health Evens. The courses are designed to alternate, with the Odds course being repeated each odd year and the Evens course being repeated each even school year. Both courses include 36 weekly lessons with separate assignments for Level L (1st to 4th grade) and Level M (5th to 8th grade). The materials are presented using a variety of online resources including links to articles, videos, and games.

Easy Peasy All-in-One High School  (9th to 12th)  C

Easy Peasy offers their PE/Health course at four levels, one for each year of high school. Each of the courses is made up of 36 weekly lessons. The lessons include links to health related articles, exercise videos, and other materials.

First Aid for Free  (6th to 12th)

The courses available include Basic First Aid, Advanced Frist Aid, Pediatric First Aid, CPR, Asthma Awareness, and more. The website presents the material using text and videos. There is a multiple-choice quiz at the end of each module.

Georgia Virtual Learning  (6th to 12th)

The following health courses are offered: Food for Life; Food, Nutrition, & Wellness; Health; and Intro to Health Care Science. The lesson modules are made up of online text, videos, and interactive activities. Links to additional related resources are provided with each module.



GoNoodle  (K to 8th)

GoNoodle features dance and exercise videos, which could be used for physical education.

Harcourt Health and Fitness  (K to 6th)

The student activity books and teacher’s resources for this program are available for free download. However, the corresponding textbooks are not available for free.  Parents may still use the worksheets in the student books while using other sources like library books, websites, or videos to teach the concepts.

KidsHealth  (K to 12th)

The Educators page of this website offers downloadable lesson plans covering a wide variety of health topics. The lessons include activities, printable handouts, and quizzes. The Kids and Teens pages provide numerous health related articles for students to read.

FutureLearn  (9th to 12th)

FutureLearn offers numerous online classes related to various health, medicine, and psychology topics. Length and format vary from course to course. The availability of courses periodically changes.  Most of the courses are free to join, be there is an option to upgrade in order to access additional benefits, like the ability to qualify for a certificate.

Operation FitKids  (3rd to 8th)

This seven lesson downloadable fitness and nutrition course is available at two levels. The first level is for 3rd to 5th grades and the 2nd level is for 4th to 8th grades. The dangers of poor nutrition and obesity are emphasized.

Sanford Fit  (K to 5th)

Sanford Fit’s units cover a wide variety of health and fitness related topics. Each unit is offered at two grades levels; one for kindergarten through 2nd and another for 3rd through 5th grades. The units include printable teacher’s guides, handouts, slideshows, videos, and more.

YouTube Channels That Get Kids Moving  (Pre-K to 6th)

This blog post lists several YouTube channels offering dance and exercise videos. These videos can be used to supplement your physical education curriculum.

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