Copywork Resources for All Ages

Copywork is a great activity to not only improve hand writing, but to also ponder great writing, spelling, vocabulary and sentence structure. As beneficial copywork is in your homeschool, it isn't alway easy to find selections that you would like to have your children copy without spending many hours in pulling them all together.

Copywork Resources for All Ages |

If you have never used copywork in your homeschooling, I would love to give you a few tips to help you get started on the right path.

  1. Start with the goal of having something in each copywork lesson to be perfectly made
  2. Start with short lessons
  3. Use only good selections by choosing your selections to include worthy idea, great information and parts of language arts that will be enforced in the action of copywork
  4. Encourage diligence by watching them until the habit of attention is present
  5. Move into independent copywork

If you would like more help learning how to implement copywork into your homeschooling, you will find this video that I created explaining how to do that, as well as dictation.

Copywork Resources for All Ages

If you are implementing copywork in your homeschooling, you will absolutely love the variety in these resources.

Queens Homeschool

Copywork Resources for all Ages |

Write Through the Bible


Homeschool Copywork has a membership with TONS of selections and more is added.


Draw and Write Through History: An Interactive Curriculum

Draw and Write Through History is an interactive learning curriculum that your children will absolutely love.  Each of the books in the series gives step by step drawing instruction, plus a selection of history copywork in cursive. You children will love drawing the historical subjects, while learning more about the history surrounding their drawings in these copywork sections.

Draw and Write Through History: An Interactive Learning Curriculum |

This series consist of SIX books, each highlighting a different era in history and filled with inspiring step by step drawing that you children will enjoy perfecting their drawing skills with, while learning about the history each subject represents in that era. These books are recommended for ages 8 and up.

Creation through Jonah – Learn how to draw a dinosaur, Noah's Ark, a giraffe, the tower of Babel, a pyramid, mummy, sphinx, silk worm moth, giant panda, Bible characters, the Trojan horse, a phoenician ship, and more.

Greece and Rome  – Learn how to draw a Greek soldier, the Lighthouse of Alexandria, The Great Wall of China, Hannibal's war elephants, the Colosseum, a gladiator, and more.


The Vikings, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance – Learn how to draw a Viking ship, castle, knight, dragon, princess, Robin Hood, Samurai, Musketeer, and more.

Pilgrims, Pirates, and Patriots (A.D. 1492 – A.D. 1781) – Learn how to draw the Great Barrier Reef, a kangaroo, a windmill, pilgrim boy and girl, Squanto, a pirate, Revolutionary war soldier, and more.

Napoleon to Lady Liberty: The World of the 1800's  – Learn how to draw Napoleon Bonaparte, The White House, Sacajawea, a grizzly bear, a steamboat, the Alamo, log cabin, Queen Victoria, and more.


The 20th Century – Learn how to draw a Model T, the Titanic, penguins, seals, a World War I soldier, The Red Barron's plane, Amelia Earhart, a Sherman Tank, Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King Jr., the space shuttle, and more.

Here are a few samples of what the books look like…

Creation Through Jonah |


Draw and Write Through History |