Our goal is not to break the bank while we are providing our children with an excellent education. So, in order to follow my homeschool distinctive which calls for an emphasis on frugality.
3 Great Grammar Curriculums for $10 or less
Climbing to Good English is best described as Abeka light. If you like the Abeka English program you should also like Climbing to Good English. It is a Mennonite curriculum and therefore it uses agraiarn pictures and examples as well lacks color. But this inexpensive little program really packs a punch. Cost: $4 for the student Manual
Easy Grammar is a very effective and easy to implement English program. The program starts by teaching children to identify prepositions which will enable them not to be confused by them as they work through the parts of speech. It took my daughter about 10 minutes to complete each days assignment. Additionally, Easy Grammar has been recognized as one of Cathy Duffy’s 102 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum. Cost: $10.95
G.U.M. Drops where G.U.M. stands for Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics. Children edit short passages of good literature while they are learning grammar, usage and mechanics. Although,I haven’t used this program we do use Daily Paragraph Editing .in our Homeschool. Because it helps my children to understand and apply what they have been learning in their grammar lessons. Paragraph editing is arguably one of the best ways to learn and understand how to use grammar properly. Cost: $8.95
Each of these programs takes a different approach to teaching grammar. So you will need to consider what you think will work well for you and your children. But at least now you know you do not need to spend a fortune on teaching your children grammar.
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