Thursday 10 April 2014

FREE Language Arts Resources for Homeschool

Welcome to Day 4 of the 5 Days of ... Blog Hop brought to you by the 2014 Schoolhouse Review Crew.  Today's list of links are for resources to teach Language Arts for FREE gathered from around the web.

Last year I shared with you my Homeschool for FREE list and then updated it in January this year.  I have been feeling a little frustrated with it's length and it's been difficult to find the information I want in it so this week I will be sharing shorter lists divided into subject areas.

With the advent of the internet and the generosity of many homeschool mothers there are some amazing resources available for us today.

On this blog
We enjoy great literature and are trying to follow a Charlotte Mason approach with reading twaddle free literature.  I share a new book each week on a Tuesday called Tuesday's Treasures.  Be sure to come back each Tuesday for a new book.

Books we love
(Libraries are an excellent resource to teach for FREE)

Narration & Copy Work
On Pinterest
FREE on the WWW
 What are some of your favourite FREE resources for teaching Language Arts?  Leave a link in the comments and I will add them to the list


April Blog HopPlease take some time to read the posts by my fellow crew mates this week who are sharing on their chosen topics.  Here are a few to get you started.

FREE Stamp graphic courtesy: Stuart Miles


  1. Some great resources here!!

  2. I actually do very little curricula for language arts - we spend lots of time reading great literature together and I think that in itself covers the vast amount of language arts learning they need to know. With that said, however, you have got my wheels turning with some really good supplements I can do with my kids and I have just loved seeing all the resources you've posted this week - especially since they're FREE! Thank you. :)

  3. Once again, you amaze me, Chareen! Thank you for all these resources! I plan to bookmark this page as it seems I'm always searching for LA helps!

  4. Neat list, no not neat, exhaustive! Oh goodness. I just read recently that the most researched topic by homeschoolers is 'fronted adverbials' haha. So yes this list should help some.... I also like which has a tool to help point toward other language points. Thanks again.

  5. Such a huge list! Wow! One thing I do wish I had done with my youngest was more copywork. We did a lot of narration and she actually did a good bit of copywork but I still wish I had incorporated more.


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