Homeschool Language Arts

Inspiration and resources to provide an interesting and well-rounded language arts curriculum in the home. From learning to read and write, to creating stories, analysing texts and more, these resources will enliven any homeschool English curriculum
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This post has 10 examples of quick, meaningful follow-up activities that you can use at the end of your guided reading lessons - and the materials are FREE to download!!

10 Post-Reading Activities for K-2 Guided Reading Lessons

syllable clip cards

regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels. A great activity to Practice syllable counting with these free syllable cards! Count the chunks in and 4 syllable words.

Teach kids to read with these hands-on activities!

Teach kids to read with these activities and resources

activities for kids just learning to read Teach kids to read with these activities and resources (plus a new After School Linky!

A great list for every parent! Use #14 to encourage even more books.

15 Ways to Help Your Child Love Reading

Waldorf Homeschool: How To Plan A Main Lesson Block

The winter break is coming to an end and I am busy planning our next Main Lesson Block. Well, every weeks we choose a core academic area to foc…

Learn 5 ways we homeschool language arts in the elementary years without formal curriculum.

How to Teach Language Arts without a Curriculum

Looking for ways to make homeschooling language arts fun and casual, but still educational? Try these five ways to teach language arts (without curriculum). #homeschool #relaxedhomeschooling

How to Teach Language Arts without a Curriculum

Learning to Read the Waldorf Way, a guest post by Barbara Dewey, that describes the Waldorf approach to readying: starting with stories, drawing, writing and then reading. Creating a language-rich environment for children is the key. Read more here.

Learning To Read The Waldorf Way

Learning to Read the Waldorf Way, a guest post by Barbara Dewey, that describes the Waldorf approach to readying: starting with stories, drawing, writing and then reading. Creating a language-rich environment for children is the key. Read more here.

Looking for unit study ideas? This post is a huge round up of literature-based and thematic unit studies.

Huge Round Up of Literature and Theme-Based Unit Study Ideas

Looking for unit study ideas? This post is a huge round up of literature-based and thematic unit studies.

How to Correct Letter Reversals like a pro www.growingcuriousminds.com

How To Correct Letter Reversals Like A Pro

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