Grammar Check Makes Your Writing Even Better

This post contains affiliate links. By now, we are all familiar and comfortable with spell-check. But what about grammar check? Thankfully, there is an excellent tool you can use to help make your writing more efficient. Find out if you’ve used the proper there/their/they’re, if you have commas in all the right places, used the […]

Book Report and Reading Log For Elementary & Middle School {Printable}

If you want to expand your child’s reading experience through a book report, check out this free printable. This 9 page pack includes: A reading log for both elementary and middle-school aged students Worksheets for both fiction and non-fiction books for both levels Prompts to get thinking going for answers and deeper evaluation of the […]

Canadian History Based Writing Lessons from IEW

I am excited to share that I’ve been working with the Institute for Excellence in Writing to put together a Canadian History-Based Writing Lessons book. Using the approach taught by the Teaching Structure and Style workshop by Andrew Pudewa, this book gives your child the chance to practice their writing skills while using Canadian history […]

Punctuation? Book Cov

Punctuation Book Review

Are you learning about punctuation? Sometimes, it can be a little challenging to come up with a clear definition of what each part of punctuation is used for. If this is you, or your child, you might want to check out this little book called Punctuation..? by User Design. Only 35 pages long, this little book from […]

Spelling

Homeschool Spelling Advice

Is spelling an important thing to teach in our homeschool? This month, some of the Canadian Homeschool Blogging Team shares their experiences with spelling. Jen – Reasons Why I Think Kids Should Learn To Spell There are many life skills that are no longer required in public school as I learned that day in talking with […]

Weekly Spelling Activities {Printable}

Looking for a more hands-on, interactive way to get spelling words to stick in your kids’ heads? Check out this simple weekly spelling activities list. Separated into daily activities, kids get some autonomy in learning their spelling by being able to choose the things they want to do. Mondays and Fridays are set activities: writing […]

Sequential Spelling Review

This year, we needed something different for spelling. We decided to give the program, Sequential Spelling a try. Over the last few years, I thought I’d do spelling simply. I just printed out the Dolch sight words list and broke it down into groups of 10 words per week. Each week, the boys would work […]

Teach Your Kids About … Dolch Sight Words

In the 1940’s,  a man named Edward Dolch published a list of 220 commonly used words of the English language – mostly in children’s books of the time. Intended to be taught as “sight words” instead of phonetically sounded out, this list of Dolch Sight Words is still important for our kids to recognize while reading even today! […]

Canadian Spelling Pack {Printable}

Language can be tricky – so many rules and variations. As Canadians, we have the extra challenge of spelling some words differently than our American friends. Our British and French roots have influenced the development of our language, and it’s important to help our kids understand how to use Canadian spelling for these different words. […]

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