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Welcome to the Budget Home$chool English section! Here you will find an assortment of links, which will help your children become better writers, better spellers, and even better able to communicate. We've included resources for grammar tips, vocabulary building, common punctuation mistakes, handwriting lessons and much more...

Show your child how much fun in can be using new vocabulary words. Whether your child wants to write a new comic strip, learn about sentence structure, diagramming sentences or learn to write humorous short stories; you will find something of interest. Check back often for more English fun and tips.

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    • Whootie Owl's Reader's Theatre Play Scriptsby Stories to Grow By Ages: 8 - 16Wait - are these reader's theatre play scripts FREE? Indeed, yes! We ask only that you acknowledge the source of the stories by distributing this Flyer to Go Home to your viewers (and your participants!).Subjects: cast, perform, theatre, play, free, amateur

    • Theater Play Scripts Free Onlineby Chiff Ages: 14+From classic Greek to contemporary, complete play scripts are yours for the asking at these top sites.Subjects: literature, playwright, script, samples, tools, skits, quizzes

    • Classic to Contemporary Stage Playsby Simply Scripts Ages: 12+The Plays Page! See what is new (or old) in classic or contemporary plays on the 'net, or you can browse the plays listing. Participate in our discussion groups.Subjects: comedy, play, script, short, action, discussion, writer, resources

    • Pantomime scripts and playsby Lazy Bee Scripts Ages: 5 - 18A bookstore of scripts for pantomimes and plays. With one-act-plays, plays for schools and children's theatre groups and panto scripts all on line. (not a free resource)Subjects: theatre, drama, youth group, catalogue, pantos, pantomime

    • The WWW Virtual Library for Theatre and Drama Ages: 15+Whether your interests are the London theatre of the 17th century or Korean mask dramas and puppetry, this site ... is a tremendously authoritative guide to quality theatre and drama resources on the web. There is an exhaustive range of links ...Subjects: free service, playwrights, readers, full text version

    • Twelve Monkeys Scriptby David & Janet Peoples Ages: 15+There's the TV. It's all right there. Commercials. We are not productive anymore, they don't need us to make things anymore, it's all automated. What are we for then? We're consumers. Okay, buy a lot of stuff, you're a good citizen.Subjects: screenplay, novel, script, movie

    • The Internet Theatre Bookshopby Stage Plays Ages: 18+If you're a producer or director, this database of playwrights and their websites gives you a discreet and convenient way to discover new plays. Conversely, if you're a playwright it offers a free and unique way to showcase your work.Subjects: playwrite, showcase, database, genre, chat room, advice, forum

    • Pro Play Professional Stage Playsby Single Lane Ages: 18+ProPlay is the premier site on the web for online, professionally-produced stage plays. You may browse our play scripts by category or by playwright name. In many cases, the playwright has chosen to have the entire script posted...Subjects: scripts, plays, professional, free samples, publishing

    • Margins and Spacing for TV and Play scriptsby Script Writing Secrets Ages: 12 - 18Most of this book has described margins and spacing examples for movie and filmed TV scripts. We've mentioned that Sitcom, 1-hour Drama, and Play scripts have different margins and spacing settings. Now's the time to show you what those differences are. Subjects: scripts, plays, film, sitcom, writer tips

    • New Plays Nowby Playscripts, Inc. Ages: 18+Playscripts, Inc. is an independent publisher of new plays, established in 1998 by brothers Douglas and Jonathan Rand for the mutual benefit of playwrights and theaters worldwide. (not a free resource)Subjects: playwrights, theaters, publisher, traditional, script samples