Free English/Literature Websites for Homeschooling Grades 6-12
While we purchase some homeschooling curriculum I always love to utilize free websites to help teach my children beyond the scope of their curriculum. If you are looking for some free English/Literature Websites for homeschooling resources for grades 6-12, you will find some great options below.
Each one of these sites will offer something a little bit different in terms of learning. Some have worksheets while others have videos to help those who need to learn by watching and more. These free websites are a great supplement that can really help your child learn and dive deeper into their studies.
All In One Homeschool| This is a free site that offers a handful of classes that they offer for homeschoolers. English is one of the subjects and it is free to use. They offer reading lists for your pre-teen/teen to read, along with work that needs to come after reading the book that they are working on.
NeoK12| Here is another great site with tons of resources and one of the areas is English. From grammar to writing it is a great way to help your child learn to use proper English when needed and more.
Daily Grammar| Let your middle school age child work on proper grammar through Daily Grammar. Tons of lessons and quizzes your child can take to see if they are growing and learning.
Hoagies Gifted| Hoagies Gifted has an English section that your teen can learn composition, journalism, literature, and so much more. It is a great resource to use.
Shakespeare Online| If you plan to teach Shakespeare this is a great site to find free resources. Great for researching and having your child write a paper on what they learned, reading plays and more.
Splashes from the River|This site focuses on grades 7-9, so you can find lots of ways for your child to study English that fits in with their age range. From spelling, grammar, and even punctuation and more.
Just Free Books| A great resource to see if there are books available for free to read on your tablet, phone, or even computer for your teen. This is a great free option compared to buying a book to go with a free reading plan you came across.
AmblesideOnline | You will find free curriculum that is very close to the Charlotte Mason curriculum she used. They offer many free online books so you are not spending money to help teach your child.
Homeschool Buyers Co-op| Here you can find Literature guides that are free for high school age kids. It is a great resource to pair along with a book you might be using in your curriculum.
K12 Reader| What is unique is this site is specifically to help grades 8-12th to really grow their vocabulary and master their spelling. Each week they have a new activity and work they need to do, and it is a 36-week program.
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