NEW Language Arts Tab – Links to 75+ Grammar, Writing, Spelling and Literature Resources
Check out the NEW Language Arts Tab! I have created a resource page with links to dozens of our language arts posts. We have all kinds of resources:
Our free grammar pages have always been among the most visited pages on the blog. You’ll find links to our
- Comma Rules and Practice Pages
- Apostrophe and Quotation Mark Practice
- There/They’re/Their and Its/It’s Worksheets
- and many more!!
We have at least 20 posts all about our Homeschool Writing Workshop… How and Why we got started. And why it continues to work so well for us.
We have also have links to many of the writing mini-lessons we’ve done.
We have links to various writing resources we’ve used over the years.
Plus, we have links to the Writing Books my kids have read.
We have links to our spelling resources — some of the games and activities I’ve made for the kids over the years.
I have links to some of the children’s literature and the literature materials we are presently using for the kids (Grade 3, 6, and 8).
I hope you find some useful materials and ideas to use in your homeschool or classroom!
Before I go, I just want to add that this (creating this resource page) has been on my to-do list for nearly 9 (NINE!!!) months!! Isn’t that crazy?! But that’s how it is for all of us busy homeschool parents, we do what we can, when we can, and try not to stress about things too much! 🙂
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Hi! I love your site and am about to order some of your packets. I am an American mom with 4 kids (three school age one preschool) and need access to a good spelling program online (English). We are living in Sweden and I cannot afford to order and have books sent. We have loads of great resources in all subjects but need help on spelling. I have a 7th grader who struggles and a new reader who I want to get started off right. Never landed well in a spelling program yet. Any suggestions for a (preferably free) online program for new spellers as well as older student with need for help? Thank you!
You might want to check out Spelling City (an online program that lets you build your own lists and lets the kids play games as they practice their words). We used that for a couple of years in addition to the spelling program we’ve used (All About Spelling). AAS works/ed well for our family because it laid out all the rules in a really logical way and explained things well. (I needed something that was “done” for me since I pull together so many of our other units/subjects. 🙂 But back to SC: There is a free version of Spelling City. I decided to pay for it (Spelling City) and we used that for a couple of years; the kids liked those games! There are some useful sets of spelling lists out there that I used as I created lists in Spelling City. I can’t remember what they were off of the top of my head, but can hunt down those if you’d like. (Just send me a quick email if you’re interested.) Sorry not to be of more help. ~Liesl