Choosing the right home school curriculum for English is about as tough as finding the right one for any other subject. Parents should always compare English curricula from multiple sources before settling on the best one for their kids.
JumpStart has fun English worksheets and activities that parents can use to give their kids extra English practice.
- Activities for Practicing Alphabetical Order
- Activities for Practicing Parts of Speech
- How to encourage kids to read
- Learning Letters
- Lunchbox Notes: A fun way to promote reading
- Reaching for Reading
- Spelling Activities
- Practicing Antonyms, Synonyms and Homonyms
- Rhyme Time
English Worksheets for Kindergarten
English Worksheets for 1st Grade
English Worksheets for 2nd Grade
- Edison’s Spotlight on Nouns
- Two Sounds of G
- Can You See Hard and Soft C?
- Beautiful Fruits
- Blasting Off With Verbs!
English Worksheets for 3rd Grade
- Bothoven’s Message
- Maestro’s Mix-Up
- Beasley and Homophones
- Antonyms at the Art Gallery
- Synonyms Match
- Present and Past
- More than One
- Telescope Decoder
English Worksheets for 4th Grade
- Get a Clue
- Caught in the Web
- Ghostly Parts of Speech
- Peanut Butter n’ Jelly Picnic
- The Vampire’s Cats
- Tombstone Toss-Up
English Worksheets for 5th Grade
The Different Kinds of English Curricula
When it comes to choosing the right English curriculum, parents often find that they have to pick and choose them from different companies before they have a satisfactory overall course. This is because English is such a broad subject, comprised of components like writing, spelling, grammar, and vocabulary. Each publisher may have a combination of one or more of these components in their English curriculum, leaving parents to search for an additional course that covers the remaining components. However, some English curricula do have all of these components in a single book. After finding out about the options available and what is different about each one, parents can make their final choice keeping the child’s and the family’s requirements in mind.
Support Material for English Curricula
English educational resources can be used to supplement any English curriculum. There are plenty of English worksheets and activities that parents can use to give their children extra practice. Word games are a fun and effective way of practicing vocabulary and spelling. Online English games are another great way of practicing English while having fun