Homeschool reading

Discover fun and interactive reading activities to enhance your homeschool curriculum. Help your kids develop a love for reading with these engaging ideas.
Reading, English, Reading Comprehension, Ideas, How To Teach Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Teaching Child To Read, Homeschool Reading Curriculum

Have struggling reader issues causing your kid to be behind? Or, maybe your child hates reading? Here's how to help a child with reading difficulties, how to read challenges, and how to motivate your child to choose books they love. Here's how to help a child who doesn't like to read and understand the biggest mistake you're making when teaching at home for grade level learning and prevent future problems!

Trieu Man
Raising, Reading Lists, Ideas, Pre K, Books For Boys, Read Aloud Books, Read Aloud, Kids Books List, Preschool Reading List

Share Wildflower Ramblings!Children love living books with enlightening and clever stories! We have loved using this fun list of living books for elementary readers! After we have read the Little Bear and Frog & Toad books, this is what we use next! If you haven’t picked up the Fox books, you are missing out! They...

Jaci Noel
Montessori, Pre K, Best Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling Resources, Homeschool Help, Homeschool Lesson Plans, Homeschool Reading, Homeschool Programs, Homeschool Education

I was asking this question 4 years ago, so I'm writing the post I wish I'd had. 🥰A little background: Our family began officially homeschooling when our oldest son was entering kindergarten. I wasn't homeschooled and only knew a few homeschooling families, so I had a lot of questions (and trepidation) about choosing a curriculum.Here's what I've learned along the way:+ An open-and-go, boxed curriculum can be very helpful for your first year. We used Sonlight (with no regrets!) and I have…

Jessica Smith
Home Schooling, Ideas, Outdoor, Humour, Inspiration, Homeschool Reading Curriculum, Homeschool Mom, Homeschool Education, Homeschool Life

Just over 3 years ago, I was 4-5 months pregnant with my very welcomed but highly surprising 4th child. At that time, my 3rd was still shy of his FIRST birthday, and I had a daughter going into junior high and one struggling greatly due to dyslexia and dyscalculia . As a new school year loomed lar

Charity Preda