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6th Grade Reading List


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 6th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most sixth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…

5th Grade Reading list


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 5th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most fifth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…

4th Grade Reading List


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 4th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most fourth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…

3rd Grade Reading List


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 3rd Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading!   Most third grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger…

1st–2nd Grade Reading List


Hi everyone! I get a lot of questions on teaching student to read and what books we chose. So today I’m sharing our 1st and 2nd Grade Reading List with you! Teaching children to read is one of the most important things you can do. Since students are still learning to read at this stage, I suggest doing a lot…

Pinocchio Literature Unit Study


Hi friends, I have a new elementary level literature unit for you! Today’s release is the new literature unit for Pinocchio, a classic story written by Carlo Collodi. The literature unit comes with chapter by chapter comprehension questions as well as a teacher answer key for each chapter along with lapbook units and several reports.   Check out the video…

How to Teach Reading eCourse


Learn How To Teach READING in your Homeschool! In this eCourse I’ll be sharing my tips to help you teach your children to read! Learning to read is so important that we can often feel overwhelmed! But with my tips you’ll be able to successfully teach your children to read as well as reduce frustration, make reading fun and inspiring,…

Our Top Homeschool Reading Curriculum Picks


Hi friends! Today I’m sharing our top homeschool curriculum picks for Reading! The curriculum I’m mentioning today are all things that we have used in the past and enjoyed. Hopefully they will help you get started when researching the best curriculum for your family. Watch my Top Homeschool Reading Curriculum Picks video here!   Here are links to some of…

Classic Literature Mega Pack Vol. 4


Looking for some fun, hands-on, literature activities for your young readers? Look no further! I finally have the Classic Literature Mega Pack Volume 4 ready to go! Age Group: These unit studies are intended for elementary students ages First Grade – 6th grades. If you have younger students, you can use them as a read aloud, then have students complete…

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH


Hi friends, I have a new middle-school level literature units for you! Today’s release is the new literature unit for Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh, a classic story written by Robert C. O’Brien. The literature unit comes with chapter by chapter comprehension questions as well as a teacher answer key for each chapter too.     –> Get…

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