Home Educators

Welcome Home Educators!

The innovative teaching materials from DGP Publishing are ideal for home education! Our reading comprehension, spelling, writing, grammar, and vocabulary materials are designed for students of all ages; they engage students in short but connected lessons; and they’re suitable for either guided or independent learning. Take a look at our site and see why thousands of parents rely on and praise our materials. 

DGP Publishing and Common Core

DGP Publishing does not support any testing practices or political agendas associated with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and these aspects of the CCSS have in no way influenced the materials we offer. All of our materials meet (and in most cases exceed) the minimum academic requirements set forth in the CCSS, but none of our materials promote the political agendas you may have seen in sample CCSS exercises and/or tests. 

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What Others Say About Us

"I have used DGP for years in my classroom, and it works. Although the current way of thinking in education discounts the use of explicit grammar instruction, my experience reveals that DGP is much more than teaching grammar. My students learn to use their notes to uncover the mysteries of each new sentence. They learn to look at what they have already done each day of the week to help them with the diagram. The curriculum teaches them to refer back to something they already learned. Diagramming the sentence is the reward at the end of the week, the puzzle that can only be completed if students have paid attention all week long. It is a thinking exercise, and a valuable life skill. My students have a weekly quiz, different words, but the same sentence structure we analyzed all week, and they can use their notes. This is how we determine who is paying attention in class and who is learning. Again, students can use their notes, which encourages them to utilize resources, a real life skill. There is nothing more exciting in class than to observe students flipping through their notes to extract information, or looking at previous work during the week to help them complete the day's work. This is valuable, but it isn't "sexy," and people who have bought into the "grammar is old school" idea have no idea that Daily Grammar Practice is not only about teaching grammar, but also about teaching thinking, organizing the mind to utilize previous knowledge in order to move forward. My students benefit from DGP, so I'm willing to take the heat. I love DGP."
Caroline M, 7th grade teacher, Georgia