Literature Based K-12 Language Arts Curriculum
Read well, write well, think well!
Because all students deserve to learn how to communicate their ideas effectively.
Reading and writing well is the foundation for success in
every school subject, not to mention, in life. Whether you are a veteran classroom teacher, a dedicated homeschooler, or a parent trying to adapt to education at home, our comprehensive language arts curriculum will help your students become skilled, passionate communicators.
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“As a former English teacher and now homeschooling parent, I’m picky about literature and writing curriculum. Blackbird & Co. offers guides which promote critical thought and depth in understanding, and prompt my students to engage in thoughtful discussions. These guides are also great for multi-grade teaching and tailoring my kids’ assignments to their abilities so that they feel encouraged to learn and able to succeed. I’ve used several units and guides, from Earlybird to Level 2, and love it all!”
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