Homeschool reading

Discover fun and interactive reading activities to enhance your homeschool curriculum. Help your kids develop a love for reading with these engaging ideas.
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Have struggling reader issues causing your kid to be behind? Or, maybe your child hates reading? Here's how to help a child with reading difficulties, how to read challenges, and how to motivate your child to choose books they love. Here's how to help a child who doesn't like to read and understand the biggest mistake you're making when teaching at home for grade level learning and prevent future problems!

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Trieu Man
Kindergarten Reading Curriculum, Homeschool Phonics, Kindergarten Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschool Books, Curriculum Planning, Homeschool Learning, Homeschool Basics, Early Reading Activities, Teaching Child To Read

I struggled with reading when I was younger. It was one of my least favorite things to do. I would check off my reading log a fraction of the time I was actually supposed to. All of the beautiful classics that almost everyone read when they were in school and enjoyed reading in their free time, were not read by me when I was younger. Why? I can tell you a laundry list of reason but what I think it really boils do to is the lack of interest. Books just simply weren’t fun for me to read…

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Jennifer Whalen
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I was asking this question 4 years ago, so I'm writing the post I wish I'd had. 🥰A little background: Our family began officially homeschooling when our oldest son was entering kindergarten. I wasn't homeschooled and only knew a few homeschooling families, so I had a lot of questions (and trepidation) about choosing a curriculum.Here's what I've learned along the way:+ An open-and-go, boxed curriculum can be very helpful for your first year. We used Sonlight (with no regrets!) and I have…

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Jessica Smith