The Massive Guide to Homeschool Reading Lists


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Sometimes it’s difficult to sort through all of the massive amounts of information to discover what is truly useful to our homeschooling children or our own selves. With so many resources available both online and in everyday chatter among homeschooling families, internet searches, Pinterest and chat groups it can be hard to narrow down to what works versus what doesn’t. That’s why we wanted to bring you our favorite reading lists for homeschoolers.

We’ve gathered our top reading lists, sorted them by relevant categories and organized them alphabetically.

Reading Lists for Homeschool How-to, Resources, and Advice

Homeschool Educational Methods

Reading List by Age Groups

Early Childhood

Babies & Toddlers

Preschool – Kindergarten

Elementary School (1st Grade – 4th Grade)

Middle School (5th Grade – 8th Grade)

High School (9th Grade – Graduation)

Reading Lists by Subject

Cultural Studies

Foreign Language

Geography/Regional Favorites

History

Language Arts

Creative Writing

Literature

Classics

Favorites/Topical

Read Alouds

Seasonal

Math

Music/Music Appreciation

Reference Resources & Periodicals

Science

Botany

Earth Science

Human Anatomy & Health

Nature & Field Studies

STEM/STEAM

Zoology

  Reading Lists For Families

For Moms

Reading Lists for Boys

Reading Lists for Girls

Special Needs

Reading Lists for Faith/Religious/Bible-Based

Reading Lists for Holidays

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