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Literature Unit Studies I Love!

Literature Unit Studies

Literature unit studies are a wonderful way to introduce your students to the wonder of reading and especially classic literature. Let these unit studies help create excitement and inspire a love of learning in your homeschool!
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Word Play: Language Arts Activities for Homeschool

Word Play

No one likes busy work, but nearly everyone loves learning through games! Whether you’re looking for online learning games, printables, crafts, or worksheet activities, we’ve found some free options for you!
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Everything A2Z: Resource Roundup for September

Need some inspiration for this month? Find everything we have A2Z for your September homeschooling.
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Get Your Preschooler Ready to Read

It felt like you barely blinked and now your baby is now standing before you as a preschooler, ready and eager to learn. How do you get them ready to read?
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Recycle and Reuse: Manipulatives You Can Make!

Think out of the box to create your own educational manipulatives to keep your homeschoolers learning!
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Get Smarter with Poetry

Learn how and why you should teach poetry in your homeschool and find fun ways to connect it to MATH!

Poetry is often overlooked in a child’s education and is left behind with the literature reading, spelling, math, and more. It shouldn’t be! This underdog of language arts has great potential and can add some fun to your homeschooling.
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Handwriting – Teaching Cursive and Manuscript Writing

Handwriting – Teaching Cursive and Manuscript Writing

Teach handwriting with free cursive and manuscript printable worksheets. Download alphabet fonts for kids to practice handwriting with their own stories.
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English Literature for Teenagers

English Literature for Teenagers

Free literature and lessons on analyzing great books. Help and advice for reading classic books in English.
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Free Children’s And Kids’ Books Online

Free Children and Kid's Books Online

Download free children’s and kids’ books and read children’s literature online. Listen to stories with audio programs. Reading together, as a family with small and big children can form great bonds. Good books for reading on tablets. I want to listen to a good story I’m a little kid. I just want a story....
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Public Speaking For Kids

Public Speaking For Kids

Topics for persuasive public speeches. Famous speeches. Where to learn how to give a speech. Websites recommended by your Homeschool Guide.
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Some Must Fall, by Clair St.Claire

Clair St.Claire, homeschooled in the country all her life. She intends two more books to follow Some Must Fall in the series, The Coming Crown.
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Vocabulary Words And Definitions For High School

Connotative and Denotative Vocabulary Practice 20 misused English words that make smart people look silly We’re all tempted to use words that we’re not too familiar with. If this were the only problem, I wouldn’t have much to write about. That’s because we’re cautious with words we’re unsure of and, thus, they don’t create...
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Spelling For Kids

Spelling For Kids

Spell that word, home school spelling starts early Advice Bees Books Courses Dictionaries Games Practice Roots Rules Software Word Lists Advice How to approach spelling and vocabulary? English spelling is a nightmare. On one hand, in the modern world, our phones and computers all have spell checkers so the old time need to memorize the...
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Myths And Fables For Kids

About Myths Moral lessons have been handed down through the ages in the forms of myth and legends. In Search of Myths and Heros Join intrepid historian Michael Wood as he goes in search of the world’s greatest myths, seeking the roots of four great legends — the Queen of Sheba, King Arthur, Shangri-La...
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Poetry Lessons, Poems For Kids

Poems that inspire poetry writing in children. Ideas to write your own poetry. Sites to submit your poetry.

In fact, at present, only some forms of advanced science–particle physics for example–allow a young mind to experience the paradox, ambiguity, irrational thought, associative “leaping” with good poems teaches us to think and feel. Poems open those synapses in the brain. It always has. Once open, such minds can think differently in any field. — From an Interview: The...
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Hogwarts Distance Learning Program for Homeschoolers

Harry Potter home school resources Hogwarts Distance Learning Program for Homeschoolers is a free virtual learning webpage and no more real than the Hogwarts School For Wizards from the Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry for Homeschoolers page is not affiliated with JK Rowling, Bloomsbury Publishing, Scholastic Books,...
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Pre-Readers – Teaching Reading to Little Kids

Teaching reading to preschool and kindergartners. Free activities and lessons for young, pre-readers.
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English Composition

Yes, you can teach yourself high school-level English composition.
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Homeschool Word Scramble

Unscramble the words by placing one letter on each line. Then use the numbered lines to complete the answer to the riddle at the end of the sheet.
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Grammar For Homeschooling the English Language

Grammar For Homeschooling the English Language

Beginner’s Grammar Lessons for Free Grammar Blast Have a blast with Grammar Blast!  Answer 10 questions and earn up to 100 game points. To play just choose a quiz below for grades 2 through 8. Grammar Gorillas Our friends, the Grammar Gorillas, need help identifying parts of speech. If you click on the right...
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