Help for When Your Child Doesn’t Like Language Arts

Help for When Your Child Doesn't Like Language Arts: The Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast

You may be concerned if your student resists reading, writing, and all things English. Reading in particular is the best predictor of a child’s future success—not just in school, but in life. If that’s your situation, I have help. You can get your child interested in language arts.

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Teaching Tip of the Week

Answers for Kids from  Answers in Genesis Bookstore

Organized Homeschool Challenge of the Week

The Charity Challenge


5 Days to Your Child Becoming a Better Reader

5 Days to Your Child Becoming a Better Reader

Grammar Galaxy Language Arts

Grammar Galaxy Language Arts

Free Funny Fall Writing Prompts

Free Funny Fall Writing Prompts

10 Minutes of Language Arts Kids Love

Caught Ya, Grammar with a Giggle

The Ultimate List of FREE Grammar Games

The Ultimate List of Free Grammar Games

This Week’s Action Steps

  1. Determine why your child doesn’t like language arts
  2. Address your child’s specific problem
  3. Model reading and writing for your child

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Next week

We’ll discuss help for the anxious homeschooler.

Have a happy homeschool week!

Encouraging Reluctant Readers in your Roadschool


Both Kimberly and Mary Beth have experienced the frustration of reluctant readers.  When you roadscholar is a reluctant reader there are many gentle approaches you can use to encourage their love of reading.

Stephanie Simpson, Usborne Rep at joins the Roadschool Moms to discuss the methods she’s used to forge a life long love of reading in her rig.


Click play now to learn about all the resources available for reluctant readers and be sure to check out this shows Pinterest Board here: