Teaching Books

A subscription site with lots of teaching resources for books. There are author resources, study guides, lesson plans, vocabulary lists, websites, and more. You can search by title, author, grade level, subject matter, and genre, and save resources to custom reading lists. Homeschool subscription options include single and multi-family. You may be able to save some money by sharing a subscription.

Write at Home

Online writing and literature classes for middle and high school levels. Courses run for 32, 16, or 8 weeks, with a weekly lesson and writing assignment. Students receive written feedback from the teacher. Prices are quite reasonable what is essentially a writing tutor.

Oxford Owl

This site from Oxford University Press has free ebooks and storytelling videos for elementary level students. There are also some great assessment tools for reading and writing, and some useful printable worksheets and activities. 

Mosdos Press

Secular literature and reading curriculum for grades 3 through 8. There is also a set of materials for writing research papers. The books look colorful and interesting, but the price is a little high.


This site provides free lesson plans and units for reading comprehension and literature. They are designed for classroom teachers, so may require some adaptation. The main site has printable resources and a new sister site provides online, interactive content.


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