Don’t you just love relaxing under the branches of a shady tree on a hot summer day? You can make your own shady tree with this creative snack recipe. In a tasty combination of sweet fruit and salty crunch, this snack is easy to build even for your youngest preschooler.
Can You Make a Scary Face? by Jan Thomas
It wasn’t easy to select just one Jan Thomas book to review for our interactive book series. But in the end I simply couldn’t resist the toothy-grinned ladybug narrator in Can You Make a Scary Face?
And when he starts talking to you, I’m not sure you’ll be able to resist his charms either!
Fluency—the ability to read accurately and quickly—is a very important skill for beginning readers to develop. If a student does not achieve fluency in reading, comprehension may also lag behind. The Practice Sheets (also known as Fluency Sheets) used throughout the All About Reading program are designed to encourage and build fluency, which produces strong, confident readers.
But students don’t always find the Practice Sheets as exciting as the other hands-on activities in the AAR lessons. I’m sometimes asked about ways to make fluency practice a little bit easier to digest.
Enter to win All About Spelling Level 1 + Deluxe Spelling Interactive Kit!
Children have a wide variety of needs—especially when it come to spelling! All About Spelling has taken this into account by creating a highly customizable, multisensory program that is well-suited for kids of all ages and abilities. But when is the best time to start spelling instruction? And where is the appropriate place to start? We provide answers to these common questions with our blog post, All About Spelling – The Right Time to Start!
Read the blog post and scroll down to the Rafflecopter form for your chance to win! This giveaway includes:
- Teacher’s Manual
- Student Packet
- Letter Tiles and Magnets
- Phonogram Sounds App
- Spelling Review Box and Divider Cards
- Sparkling Bee Stickers
- Spelling Tote Bag
(Already own Level 1? Feel free to enter anyway—if you win, an alternate prize of equal value will be substituted.)
Children have such a variety of needs—especially when it comes to spelling. You want to get it right, so naturally you have questions about the right time to start spelling instruction.