Book Report Ideas
Find lots of ideas to help your homeschoolers create a fantastic book report!
Creative Language Arts Ideas
Challenge your homeschooler with these unique and creative ideas when teaching language arts!
Creative Spelling Ideas
Start planning for the next school year with these creative spelling ideas!
How to Write a Bibliography
A Bibliography, or Works Cited, is an essential component of any middle and high school research paper. Set your homeschooler up for success by working on these important writing skills this summer!
Poetry Basics Lesson Ideas
Begin exploring the basics of poetry with your younger elementary homeschooler!
Poetry Month Ideas
April is a month to celebrate poetry with your child, and these teaching ideas will make you go wild!
A rhyming poem is only one option for writing, Many styles of poetry are really quite inviting!
Spelling with a Holiday Theme!
Here are some ideas to add a holiday flair to your spelling lessons!
Star Wars Language Arts Lesson Plan
The force will be with you while teaching this Star Wars themed Language Arts lesson!
Teach your homeschooler about the art of storytelling!
Teach Journalism Basics
Teach your middle school homeschooler the basics of Journalism!
Teach the Letter A
Teach your homeschooler all about the awesome letter A!
Teaching the Alphabet
Learn ways to effectively teach the alphabet to your preschooler!
Teaching Writing with Picture Books
Did you know that you can teach your child essential writing skills through the use of picture books? Check out the list of books you will need.
Writing Genres and Ideas
If you are homeschooling a middle school child you are undoubtedly working with your child on his or her writing skills. Here is a list of genres to teach, as well as creative writing assignment ideas.
Writing Portfolio Ideas
Organize your homeschooler's writing in a creative and cool way!
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