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English curriculum guides and material for homeschooling abroad

Discussion in 'English' started by schwaiger, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. schwaiger

    schwaiger New commenter

    I'm looking for some help in structuring English lessons for my kids. They were in the first quarter of Reception and Year 2 when we left the UK over a year ago, and apart from keeping up with reading, they have done nothing further in English as both are in local school/childcare and learning German.

    I would like to keep them on track with spelling/grammar/comprehension/writing skills but not sure how to go about it so that there are not too many gaps. Although my nearly 6 year old can read chapter books, she has no idea of how to spell words and usually spells them incorrectly. I have heard of Tic Tac Toe as a great resource. I try BBC online games and some workbooks , but I feel I am missing the core structure. I am a trained English teacher with most experience in adult EFL , but not used to teaching kids and basic literacy from scratch ( think Phonics revision will be necessary!).

    Any help at all! The homeschool sites I have come across are not as organized as I'd like and often rather bible based.
  2. TrellB76

    TrellB76 New commenter

    Reading English books is the most invaluable resource for learning to write/spell/grammar comprehension!

    So, if others can advise on the structure you require - then ensure as much fun story reading as possible.
  3. thinkypublishing

    thinkypublishing Occasional commenter

  4. roamingteacher

    roamingteacher Established commenter Forum guide

    You might try your luck on the International forum. Also, there are tons of packaged homeschooling programs out there - more from the US than from the UK, but a Google search should throw up many results.

    Good luck with it.
  5. ashlaura

    ashlaura Occasional commenter

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