Free Reading Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

Free reading resources for your homeschool! Find themed reading resources, beginning reading printable books, websites for reading, and more!

How to Evaluate a Reading Program (FREEBIE)

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Have you ever wondered if you are doing a good job teaching your children how to read? Or if the reading curriculum you are using is really working? Maybe you are just now considering a reading curriculum and you have no idea what you are looking for? Check out this FREE checklist: How to Evaluate a Reading […]

Break the “Word Guessing” Habit

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If you have a struggling reader, you know what this means and it is obvious that they are only guessing at what the word really says. If your child guesses at words instead of trying to sound them out, then this will be a BIG help to you!There are 4 types of “word guessers.” Does […]

How to Plant a Garden Steps & Printable Montessori 3-Part Cards

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Here is the perfect set of 3-part cards for kids to learn exactly how to plant a garden. It includes all of the steps & the printable Montessori 3-Part Cards.   This is a great printable for everyone to enjoy. Simply click here to check out this freebie from The Natural Homeschool now! Need An […]

FREE Reading Fiction Graphic Organizers

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These fiction graphic organizers are great tools for providing your students opportunities to work on fiction reading comprehension. This freebie includes 4 graphic organizers to help with reading fiction. The 4 Fiction Graphic Organizers includes character topics of Setting: Visualize It!, Character Mind Takeover: “In_________’s Shoes”, Analyze Character: Traits, Actions, Motivations & Feelings, and Dialogue: Making Character Inferences. […]

Narnia and Middle Earth Free Writing Prompts for Middle School

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Do your teens love reading fantasy books like The Chronicles of Narnia and anything from Tolkien?Narnia and Middle Earth are intriguing and wonderful places to visit, if your children love escaping in these books they will really enjoy these fun writing prompts from Writing with Sharon Watson. She has put together a great compilation of […]

FREE Reading Comprehension Strategies for Kids

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Explore these nine reading comprehension strategies to help your child learn and grow as a reader. Teaching reading comprehension can be super hard if your child is a struggling reader. Comprehension is a combination of reading, thinking, and reasoning. It isn’t simple to teach this at times and it isn’t easy to teach for children who learn differently or […]

FREE Wrinkle in Time Reading Guide

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A Wrinkle in Time is a must read book and on many top homeschool reading lists. Many kids get excited about reading when a new movie comes out. It’s always fun to read the book together, then see the movie and discuss the differences. If you are wanting to read this book with your children […]

FREE Alice in Wonderland Preschool Printables

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Alice in Wonderland is such a classic story that is so much fun for little ones. We love reading this as a read aloud and then watching the classic Disney movie when we are finished with the book. I am always looking for great themed printables that go along with books we are reading at home. […]

FREE Printable Comprehension Book List

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Use this free printable comprehension book list to find some books for working on comprehension strategies or skills with your learners. Once my son started reading, I quickly understood that although he was reading the words, he didn’t quite get what he was reading about. Once I he started reading more fluently, I knew it was time […]

Free Booklist: 107 Books to Read Before Age 7

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Curating an excellent collection of books for our families can be quite the task when you take everything into consideration like age appropriate content, beautiful illustrations, excellent vocabulary, the moral value of the story, and the interest level. Because there are literally MILLIONS of books to choose from- how do we know which ones are the […]