Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and this ABC Snack is the perfect thing to add to your holiday feast. What makes it even better is that your children can help you prepare the whole thing! This creative snack is the best kind of snack–healthy, colorful, and delicious. And it just might result in a few enthusiastic gobble, gobbles!
Sophie’s Squash by Pat Zietlow Miller & Anne Wilsdorf
You can find a friend in the most unexpected places. It’s almost like they know exactly where to find you.
Sophie found her best friend at the farmer’s market. Sophie’s friend was … a squash?
Spelling can be tricky…
…but that doesn’t mean it has to be hard. We’re often told that the English language doesn’t make sense. But in fact, spelling is logical and consistent. The English language conforms to predictable patterns that can help make spelling easy. And those patterns can be taught to your children. Sounds boring, right? I guess it could be, but it doesn’t have to be!
Enter to win an All About Spelling level of your choice!
The All About Spelling program is a great fit for all types of learners—including those who struggle with learning differences. AAS makes spelling easy to learn and easy to teach through six key elements that guide the learning process, making spelling rules easy and fun to remember! Our multisensory spelling program is complete and customizable, with lots of built in review, so students of all abilities can move through each skill as quickly or as slowly as they need to.
If you’d like to try this program for the first time or move up to the next level with your child, this giveaway is for you! Enter below to win any All About Spelling level materials (Teacher’s Manual and Student Packet) of your choice! If you’re just starting out and choose AAS Level 1, we’ll also include a Basic Spelling Interactive Kit to make sure you’ve got all the parts you need to succeed!
Plurals can be confusing!
Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.