Daily Grammar (4th 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.
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool (K to 8th) C
All of Easy Peasy’s language arts courses include grammar instruction. The material is taught using online lessons and printable worksheets.
edX (10th to 12th)
EdX, a nonprofit created by Harvard and MIT, offers several grammar courses. The length and format vary from course to course, and availability changes periodically. The courses are free to audit, or certificates of completion are also available for a fee.
Gentle Grammar (1st to 4th)
MomDelights.com has adapted C.C. Long’s classic grammar textbook, New Language Exercises for Primary Schools, into downloadable workbooks for modern use. You may download the books for free or purchase physical copies.
The Good and the Beautiful (K to 8th) C
This is a complete language arts curriculum. Levels one through five are available as free pdf downloads, while other levels are available for purchase. The download includes grammar, reading, literature, writing, spelling, vocabulary, art, and geography, all in one course.
The Grammar Key (4th to 12th)
The Grammar Key teaches parts of speech and sentence structure through online interactive lessons and a printable workbook. While these materials are free, other programs on the website are available for purchase.
Grammar-Land (3rd to 8th)
The Grammar-Land eBook uses a storytelling approach to teach parts of speech and grammar concepts. Here you’ll find worksheets to accompany each chapter of the book.
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.
Intermediate Language Lessons (4th to 6th)
This textbook, which was originally published in 1914, teaches composition and grammar using the Charlotte Mason method. The book contains black/white period illustrations, memorization, classic literature excerpts, narration, dictation, copy work, composition, and grammar exercises.
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.
McGraw Hill (1st to 12th)
This website provides PDF downloads of Treasures Grammar workbooks for 1st through 6th grade and Writer’s Choice Grammar and Composition workbooks for 7th through 12th grade. These resources are listed in a long list of other links. Scroll down to the “Completely FREE PDF Work Books” heading and click “Grammar Book” under your child’s grade level.
Plain and not so Plain (2nd to 9th) C
Downloadable workbooks teach English grammar and useage.
Primary Language Lessons (2nd to 3rd)
This textbook, which was originally published in 1911, teaches composition and grammar using the Charlotte Mason method. The book contains black/white period illustrations, memorization, classic literature excerpts, narration, dictation, copy work, composition, and grammar exercises.
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.
Free Grammar Worksheets (K to 12th)
This page lists numerous sources of free grammar worksheets. They can be used for extra practice with any grammar curriculum, or you can piece them together to create your own grammar curriculum.
More Language Arts Curriculum
If you are looking for additional resources to complete your language arts program, visit this page. There are free curriculum options for reading, composition, handwriting, spelling, vocabulary, and poetry.