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Homeschool Grammar Curriculum
Adapted from The Virginia Homeschool Manual. Compiled by Vicki Bentley, Susan Brooks, Janice Campbell, and Rachel Ramey. Most of the subject-specific resources can be ordered from the major curriculum suppliers listed under “Homeschool Material Sources,” but publisher websites are indicated where appropriate. Publisher websites often offer additional product information, articles, links to other sites, and free e-newsletters.
A Cache of Jewels and Other Collective Nouns Kites Sail High. A Book About Verbs Many Luscious Lollipops, A Book About Adjectives Merry-Go-Round, A Book About NounsAll these books by Ruth Heller teach grammar through poetry and beautiful art.
ChallengesA grammar card game for two levels of play
Daily GramsGrades 2-6. Daily review of all grammar rules
Easy GrammarGrades 4 and up
The Grammar KeyCD-ROM course with workbook www.grammarkey.com
Great Editing Adventures and Great Explorations in EditingWritten by the creators of Learning Language Arts Through Literature. Students learn and review grammar as they search for the errors in several fun stories. www.commonsensepress.com
Harvey’s Elementary Grammar and CompositionGrades 4-6.
Jensen’s GrammarAn incremental approach using a storyline to teach grammar, with incremental review incorporated as in the Saxon math curriculum.
KISS GrammarThis developmentally-based grammar curriculum is freely available online. home.pct.edu/~evavra/ED498/IM/index.htm Additional helpful site navigation information: http://www.titus2homemaker.com/
Language Arts at Home: The Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching English Grammar, Composition, and Literature Appreciation
by Rachel RameyProvides information to equip parents to integrate language arts into students’ other studies. www.homeworksbest.net