Grammar and Writing are daunting subjects for many homeschoolers to teach. Most of us want a guide, an expert, someone to help us. I’m definitely a fan of literature-based homeschooling, but grammar is a necessity of our society, and here is where it may be useful to use a curriculum or pull out the worksheets.
(This post was last updated August 2023)
I first posted about the free Scott Foresman grammar & writing handbooks around 2010. It was very popular with many of you before the site was taken down. This caused quite a panic for homeschooling parents who were mid-way through the curriculum. I searched for other alternatives, but couldn’t find anything exactly like this. But finally! We found it again!
Thank goodness, as we’ve never found another grammar and writing curriculum as full or helpful for elementary grades 1st through 6th. See what you think:
How to Get the Free Scott Foresman Grammar and Writing Curriculum:
This grammar curriculum was created for elementary grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, with a separate “handbook” for each grade. Each book is about 157 pages long. The materials are available as Adobe Acrobat .pdf files and may be downloaded, saved, or printed.
NEED A BIT OF ADVICE FROM SOMEONE WHO HAS “BEEN THERE”?
We recently graduated our 4th of 4 (boy, girl, boy, girl). I hope what I’ve learned on our journey will help someone else, so I wrote a couple of articles: