Homeschool Language Arts Curriculum

Homeschool Language Arts CurriculumDoes your child...

          • become a reluctant writer when the pencil appears but otherwise is very creative?
          • procrastinate starting (and finishing) writing assignments?
          • have difficulty thinking of what to write?
          • consistently use incorrect grammar and punctuation?

These are signs that your homeschool language arts curriculum may not fit your child's learning style. Discover which curriculum will develop your child's natural writing talent.

Every child can learn to write effectively. Every child has a natural writing talent. For some it comes easily to pen and paper.

Others struggle with the mechanics of writing, yet they have the next New York Times Bestseller on the tip of their tongue.

All you need is the right tool for the job. The trick is to match the language arts curriculum to your child's learning style.

Start by finding out your child?s learning style, then ...

Choose The Right Homeschool Language Arts Curriculum

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Auditory Learners

Auditory Learners learn best through hearing.

Look for resources that include auditory learning activities such as discussion questions and oral assignments.

Here is a complete list of Auditory homeschool curriculum.

Teaching Writing To Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic Learners Teaching Writing To Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic Learners
This is a must have resource for understanding your non-traditional writer. Contains 12 sample lessons.

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Resource for Grades K-12

 

Finding King Onomatopoeia and Other Stories
A refreshing way to learn writing skills! Thirty-one writing techniques are taught using humorous stories. These stories are a fun and approachable way to learn the fundamentals of good writing.This book is written to the student, but it can also be a fun read aloud.

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Grades 6-8

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Kinesthetic Learners

Kinesthetic Learners benefit from manipulatives and games for writing, spelling and grammar.

Here is a complete list of recommendations for Kinesthetic homeschool curriculum.

Teaching Writing To Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic Learners Teaching Writing To Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic Learners
This is a must have resource for understanding your non-traditional writer. Contains 12 sample lessons.

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Resource for Grades K-12




Games For Writing Games For Writing
Uses games to build pre-writing and writing skills.

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Grades K-3




Create A Story A board game for all levels and abilities. Takes you through setting, plot, developing characters, and conflict/resolution.

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Grades K-12

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Visual Spatial Learners

Visual Spatial Learners benefit from visual aids when learning new information and for getting their thoughts on paper. Look for resources that utilize flow charts, concept mapping, graphic organizers, and art.

These learners are brilliant with content yet struggle with the mechanics of writing. Remember, best-selling authors have editors! Avoid curriculum that emphasizes spelling, grammar, and capitalization.

They do not learn sequentially, which is why most spelling programs don't work. Create picture cards for each spelling word and use this simple (and FREE) spelling method I've used successfully with my daughter.

Here is a complete list of recommendations for Visual Spatial homeschool curriculum.

Teaching Writing To Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic Learners Teaching Writing To Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic Learners
This is a must have resource for understanding your non-traditional writer. Contains 12 sample lessons.

Buy at Amazon.com
Resource for Grades K-12




Teaching English Through Art Christian WorldviewTeaching English Through Art
Learn writing skills through art activities. Great reinforcement for visual-spatial learners! Use as a supplement to your language arts curriculum. See sample pages using the Currclick link below

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Grades 4-9


Finding King OnomatopoeiaFinding King Onomatopoeia Finding King Onomatopoeia and Other Stories
A refreshing way to learn writing skills! Thirty-one writing techniques are taught using humorous stories. These stories are a fun and approachable way to learn the fundamentals of good writing.This book is written to the student, but it can also be a fun read aloud. My Visual Spatial daughter gives this a thumbs up!

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Grades 6-8

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Visual Print Learners

Visual Print Learners need to read and write.  Textbook/workbook and literature-based programs are a great fit.

Look for resources that include Visual Print learning activities such as workbooks, researching and journaling.

Here is a complete list of recommendations for Visual Print homeschool curriculum.

Learning Language Arts Through Literature Christian WorldviewLearning Language Arts Through Literature
Centered around several novels, student workbooks offer comprehension activities and writing assignments.  

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Grades K-12




Institute For Excellence In Writing Institute for Excellence in Writing
This is a thorough and systematic technique for teaching writing. Use within your content subjects instead of as a separate writing curriculum.

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Grades 2-12




Total Language Plus Christian WorldviewTotal Language Plus
Reading and writing assignments centered around specific novels. Uses comprehension-type exercises plus creative writing projects.

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Grades 3-12

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Inventing

Inventing learners need plenty of time to question and experiment with ideas.  

Games For Writing Games For Writing
Uses games to build pre-writing and writing skills.

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Grades K-3




Create A Story Create-A-Story: The Creative Writing Game
A board game for all levels and abilities. Takes you through setting, plot, developing characters, and conflict/resolution.

Buy at Createpress.com 
Grades K-12




A Non-Workbook, Non-Textbook Approach to Teaching Language Arts A Non-Workbook, Non-Textbook Approach to Teaching Language Arts
A very thorough approach for teaching language arts in non-traditional ways. Loaded with ideas!

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Resource for Grades 4-8

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Producing

Producing learners prefer routine, drill, reading, workbooks, writing, and researching. 

Learning Language Arts Through Literature Christian WorldviewLearning Language Arts Through Literature
Centered around several novels, student workbooks offer comprehension activities and writing assignments.  

Buy at Christianbook.com
Grades K-12




Institute For Excellence In Writing Institute for Excellence in Writing
This is a thorough and systematic technique for teaching writing. Use within your content subjects instead of as a separate writing curriculum.

Buy at Christianbook.com
Grades 2-12




Total Language Plus Christian WorldviewTotal Language Plus
Reading and writing assignments centered around a novel. Uses comprehension-type exercises plus creative writing projects.

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Grades 3-12

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Relating/Inspiring

Relating/Inspiring learners prefer social environments and human-interest subjects. Use role-playing and group/partner assignments to further enhance their learning.

Games For Writing Games For Writing
Uses games to build pre-writing and writing skills.

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Grades K-3




Create A Story Create-A-Story: The Creative Writing Game
A board game for all levels and abilities. Takes you through setting, plot, developing characters, and conflict/resolution.

Buy at Createpress.com 
Grades K-12

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Thinking/Creating

Thinking/Creating learners prefer creative activities and plenty of opportunities to wonder, think, and dream. 

Games For Writing Games For Writing
Uses games to build pre-writing and writing skills.

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Grades K-3




Teaching English Through Art Christian WorldviewTeaching English Through Art
Learn writing skills through art activities. Great reinforcement for visual-spatial learners! Use as a supplement to your language arts curriculum. See sample pages using the Currclick link below

Buy at Amazon.com
Download at Currclick.com
Grades 4-9

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