If you missed our first post about our family using Study.com this year for some of our homeschool classes, be sure to read that first! Today I would like to share one of my favorite finds as I have learned about all Study.com has to offer – Book Study Guides!
I am a Study.com ambassador, which means I get our memberships at no cost to me. I hope you know me well enough to know that if I didn’t like it we would just stop using it. The fact that my kids are still using it should say it all! Although this post isn’t about them, I wanted to give a quick personal update. My son is in 12th grade and is using Study for Government, Economics, and Spanish. My daughter is in 9th grade and is taking English, Earth Science, and Graphic Design with Study.
Book Study Guides on Study.com
I’m a big fan of Study.com’s book guides. I found these guides while looking at my daughter’s English class. For English 9 they are exposed to Night, Animal Farm, and To Kill a Mockingbird (& more). She is reading these books this year and her course has lessons for each book, but there is even more! Each of these books and MANY more have entire study guides! These guides serve as valuable resources for homeschool teachers, aiding in lesson planning and facilitating deeper exploration of the literature. Let’s use the book Night as an example. In her 9th grade English course, she has 5 lessons featuring this book. You can see them below in the screenshot:
In the Night Study Guide, there are 34 lessons! If I want to go deeper into this book, all of the resources I need are there! I can create my own lessons or even assign additional lessons for her.
More Book Study Guides
There are so many more book guides, from 3rd-12th grade! You can click to expand the list below and see direct links to many of the guides available. This resource is something I wish I would have had access to when my kids were younger.
>> Click to check out this list (which isn’t even all of them!)…
Learn More About Study.com
As a homeschooler, the best place to learn about the classes Study.com has to offer is here. If you scroll down you will see the section in the screenshot below where you can see courses listed by grade level/electives. There are hundreds more than this (like the book study guides I featured in this post), but this gives you an overview of the main classes you might be interested in for your homeschool student.
This is my referral link, and when you decide to join you can get 25% off of your first month when you use my link, the discount will automatically be applied on the payment page.
when you sign up for a year, you automatically (no code needed) get 45% off of the monthly price for homeschoolers. That is the best deal bringing it to $33 per student/month. You pay upfront and it saves you 45% over paying one month at a time. One membership gets access to ALL courses available. You do need a membership for each student.