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Need resources for teaching writing at home? We have it all here! Spelling, handwriting, grammar, and more are covered here. We've collected great teaching tips, information about different approaches to teaching handwriting, spelling ideas, and more. Learn about good writing mechanics and the best was to help your child learn composition.

 
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How to Teach Spelling in Your Homeschool
All About Learning Press
Homeschooling is a great opportunity because you can choose the homeschool spelling curriculum that matches your child's needs. As your child's teacher, you decide the method of instruction, how frequent the lessons are, the pace, the intensity, and the amount of review. No one else can do that for your child! For all children, from those needing remedial help to those who are gifted in this area, individualized spelling instruction is an unbeatable choice.
Kids' Town
Kids' Town is a magazine for homeschool kids by homeschool kids.
When Should I Start Teaching Spelling in Homeschool?
Spelling is more than just associating letters with sounds and deciphering them. Spelling is an essential element to writing clearly and convincingly. Some programs start testing children right away like at Kindergarten level. However, instead of teaching spelling, a program may add the element of testing. Teaching spelling is one thing and testing spelling is quite another thing.
How I Teach a Large Family in a Relaxed, Classical Way: Language Arts
Tips for teaching language arts (writing, grammar, handwriting) in a large family.
Total Language Plus
Total Language Plus is an innovative curriculum focused on teaching thinking and communication skills using literature as a base. The authors believe an integrated system is more efficient than a fragmented approach, discovery style learning is the most effective and learning should be enjoyable. The "discover, do, drill" method is employed throughout the TLP program with activities focusing on thinking skills. These comprehensive novel studies cover spelling, grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, analytical and critical thinking, comprehension, writing, listening, and field trips and projects.


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