Freedom Homeschooling

Grammar Curriculum

Below you will find free homeschool grammar curriculum. If you’re looking for other subjects, click here.

C = Christian based curriculum

Daily Grammar   (2nd to 12th)

Daily Grammar’s website offers 440 text-based daily grammar lessons and 88 quizzes (every 5th lesson).  No grade levels are designated. These lessons are intended to be worked through at the student’s own pace, over the course of several years.

Grammar Planet  (5th to 12th)

Grammar Planet teaches grammar, punctuation, and usage using instructional videos. There are practice exercises, unit tests, and downloadable notes. The curriculum is responsive, so students who take longer to grasp the material will be offered more practice before they are tested. The only difference between the free and paid versions is that the paid version is ad-free.

Improve Your Grammar  (9th to 12th)

This comprehensive guide to using English grammar and avoiding common mistakes was created by the University of Bristol. Self-checking practice exercises are included for each section. 

Khan Academy  (4th to 8th)

Khan Academy’s grammar course teaches grammar concepts with video lessons. Practice exercises are included, and progress through the course is tracked.

KISS Grammar  (1st to 12th)

KISS teaches grammar concepts using downloadable workbooks.

National Treasures (1st to 6th)

Downloadable practice books are offered for both grammar and spelling.

Plain and not so Plain  (2nd to 9th)  C

Workbooks teaching English, spelling, penmanship, writing, reading comprehension, and vocabulary are all available for download. The reading comprehension course will require that you buy or borrow the required books.

Quill  (4th to 12th)

Quill provides interactive lessons that teach grammar, writing, and proofreading skills. The lessons require that students type their responses, rather than presenting the material in a multiple choice format.

Scott Foresman Grammar and Writing  (1st to 6th)

These downloadable textbooks teach grammar and writing.

Stairway to Grammar  (4th to 12th)

The Stairway to Grammar program is designed to help children who are struggling with grammar.  The complete STG program is designed for grades 7 and up. However, some 4th through 6th grade students may find the basics in the first four sections helpful.


Complete Language Arts Curriculum

If you’d like to use a complete language arts program, which includes grammar, composition, reading, spelling and vocabulary and more in one curriculum, visit this page for additional options. There are options available for Pre-K through 12th grade.