Reading Ideas for your Homeschooler
Do you need some ideas for your homeschoolerīs reading program? If so, you have come to the right place!
A Day to Celebrate Dr. Seuss!
Celebrate Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day on March 2nd!
Baby Unplugged Books
Start your homeschooling program early and read these wonderful books to your baby!
Book Review for Teen Impact
Check out this book review for Teen Impact- a book written by a homeschooler and reviewed by a homeschooler!
Books Written by a Homeschooled Author!
Your high school homeschooler will enjoy the books by Victoria Kasten, who happens to have been homeschooled, too!
Using chapter books as part of your homeschool Reading curriculum is a great way to develop excited readers. Chapter Books are a great way to excite your children about summer reading, too!
Dolch Words Grade Three and Noun List
Here is the second list of Dolch words for your elementary homeschooler to know.
Dolch Words Kindergarten-Grade Two
Here are the Dolch Words for grades Kindergarten through second.
Featured Author for Reading
Feature a different author every month to add some excitement to your Reading curriculum.
Homeschool Books About Homeschoolers!
Check out these books for homeschooled students, which are all about homeschooled students!
Ideas for Teaching with Magic Tree House Books
Teaching with Magic Tree House books is easy and fun!
Leveled Readers are a great way to determine the level at which your child is comfortable reading.
Magazine Subscriptions for Students
Magazine Subscriptions are a wonderful way to encourage reading for your homeschool student!
Magazines for Homeschoolers
Your homeschooler will not only enjoy, but also learn from these unique magazines.
New Books for Homeschoolers
The holidays are coming soon, and now is a perfect time to check out the newest books and chapter series! Your homeschooler will love receiving the latest reading materials, and you can feel good about giving him or her an educational gift!
Newbery and Caldecott Books
What books are Newbery and Caldecott winners? How can you use them in your homeschool classroom?
Plan Ahead for Summer Reading!
The summer months are creeping closer, and this is a perfect time to plan your summer reading program for your homeschooler.
Read Across America Day Activities
Read Across America Day is March 2nd, 2011. Here are some ideas to teach your homeschooler about Dr. Seuss and celebrate, too!
Reading Skills Needed for Kindergarten
Preparing your preschooler for reading in Kindergarten is important, homeschooling or not, and starting early is a benefit for your child.
Whether you are teaching your middle or high school student the classics from Shakespeare, you will need a list of reputable resources to aid you in your curriculum.
Summer Reading 2012
Summer Reading programs are fun, educational, and a wonderful addition to your homeschool program! Check out some of the free summer reading programs for 2012!
Summer Reading Programs
Summer reading is fun for homeschoolers, especially when they can earn free books!
The Little Apple Book Review
The Little Apple by Deborah Smith Ford is a canīt miss story for your lower elementary homeschooler!
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