Freedom Homeschooling

Language Arts Curriculum

Below you will find free homeschool language arts curriculum. Grammar, writing, spelling, phonics, reading, and

literature are all included in this list. If you’re looking for other subjects, click here.

C = Christian based curriculum

Barefoot Ragamuffin Curriculum  (1st to 4th)

This spelling journal eBook provides practice for spelling rules and phonographs. It is intended for use alongside another spelling program or prepared dictation. 75 phonogram flash cards are also included in the download.

Daily Grammar   (2nd to 12th)

This 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   (1st to 8th)  C

All areas of language arts are covered- phonics, reading/ literature, grammar, writing, spelling, and vocabulary. Lessons are taught using a variety of methods and sources, including downloadable workbooks.

Easy Peasy All-in-One High School  (9th to 12th)  C

This is a complete language arts curriculum. Lessons are taught using a variety of online sources. Courses available are Literature and Composition, British Literature, American Literature, and Advanced Literature and Composition.

The HEV Project  (1st to 4th)

This website teaches cursive writing using video lessons with corresponding worksheets.

Free Phonics Lessons  (K to 3rd)

Reading is taught using online text-based lessons and interactive picture cards.

Glencoe Literature Library  (6th to 12th)

Downloadable study guides are available for approximately 70 novels and plays. You will need to purchase or borrow the required reading material.

The Good and the Beautiful  (1st to 5th)  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 reading, literature, grammar, writing, spelling, vocabulary, art, and geography, all in one course. It will be necessary to purchase or borrow a few books/novels required for the literature portion of each level. 

Grade Spelling  (K to 8th)

Spelling is taught with interactive online lessons. Printable worksheets are also available.

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.

Progressive Phonics  (K to 3rd)

Reading is taught using downloadable phonics readers, activity pages, and flashcards. Handwriting worksheets, which correlate to phonics skills being learned, are also included.

Read Theory  (K to 12th)

This reading practice website starts students out with a placement test. Then, the student is given passages to read at their level. Based on how they answer the questions about the passage, their level will move slightly up or down. The site also keeps track of progress.

Reading Bear  (K to 2nd)

Phonics and reading skills are taught using video-based lessons, flashcards, and quizzes.

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

Grammar and writing are taught in downloadable textbooks.

Spelling City (K to 8th)

This website allows students to practice spelling words with interactive games. You can use premade word lists or import your own.

The Ultimate Guide to Free Graded Readers  (K to 8th)  Some C, varies by book.

Contently Humble has compiled a list of 24 classic reader series, totaling over 200 books, available for free download. These books were published in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Some of the many series include McGuffey, Elson, Treadwell, and Baldwin.