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Reading Curriculum

Homeschool-Friendly Reading Programs Are Easy to Use, Enjoyable, and Effective

To be able to read is a blessing! One of the greatest joys of teaching your children is watching them learn to read. Another is to pass along the love of reading. If one is taught to read but hates to read, how can we expect him to want to read the Bible? [Read more…]

Sing Spell Read Write Kits.

SING SPELL READ WRITE
Homeschool Kits
Pearson
Grades K-8th

BJU Press Reading Kits.

BOB JONES READING
Homeschool Kits
BJU Press
Grades 1-6

Blue Book Learning Language Arts Through Literature 1.

BLUE BOOK READING
LLATL
Common Sense Press
Grade 1

Horizons Phonics and Reading.

PHONICS & READING
Horizons
Grades K-3

Red Book Learning Language Arts Through Literature 2.

RED BOOK READING
LLATL
Common Sense Press
Grade 2

Bible Stories for Early Readers.

BIBLE STORIES
FOR EARLY READERS
Sets 1-3
Alpha Omega Publications
Primary Grades

MCP Plaid Phonics K-6.

PLAID PHONICS
Homeschool Packages
Modern Curriculum Press
Grades K-6th

BJU Press Phonics Review.

PHONICS REVIEW
Workbook and AK
BJU Press
Grades 2-3

Get Ready Get Set Go for the Code.

READY, SET, GO CLEARANCE
Phonics-Based Workbooks
EPS

Explode the Code.

EXPLODE THE CODE
Clearance

Phonics-Based Workbooks
Levels 1-8

Beyond the Code Workbooks Bundle.

BEYOND THE CODE
Reading Comprehension
CLEARANCE
Levels 1-4

Reading Detective.

READING DETECTIVE
The Critical Thinking Co.
Grades 3-12+

Primary Phonics Storybook Readers.

PRIMARY PHONICS
EPS
Levels K-6, Primary

Saxon Homeschool Phonics Workbooks.

PHONICS WORKBOOKS
Saxon Phonics
Grades K-2

How do we give our children this gift? Remember that “mercy triumphs over judgment” (James 2:13) and “love them, love them” as Maria said to the Captain in The Sound of Music!

There are “bazillions” of reading programs out there. We’ve tried several in our family and looked at many more. The homeschool readers, books and reading courses we offer here are homeschool-friendly with proven track records among homeschool families who have taught their children to read.

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