Candy corn: the quintessential sweet treat for fall. But though it may be yummy, candy corn isn’t the healthiest snack choice for your little one. This delicious alternative bears the colors of fall without all the sugar–and it’s still sweet enough to please the “sweetest tooth” in your house. This fun ABC Snack recipe will be a great addition to your fall festivities.
Tap the Magic Tree by Christie Matheson
There’s something magical about the transformation the earth undergoes when the seasons change. It’s amazing to see this transformation unfold right before our eyes—every blustery shudder, every burgeoning bud. But what if you could actually be a part of the process? Would you want to help move the seasons along? If you could, would you help a bare brown tree find life again?
Does this sound familiar?
“My child is a reluctant writer…it’s like there’s a block between his pen and the paper! Why is writing so hard for him?”
And more than anything, you may be wondering…
“How can I help him?”
If your child is struggling with hand writing, it could be more than just laziness or a lack of motivation. It could a neurologically-based learning issue called dysgraphia.
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The All About Reading and All About Spelling programs are a great fit for all types of learners—including those who struggle with learning differences. One such learning difference is dysgraphia. Dysgraphia is a neurological disorder that makes writing difficult, which directly affects the way children learn to read and spell. Learn more about dysgraphia and tips for overcoming it in our new post, Dysgraphia: How can I help my child?
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Spelling can be easy if you know the right tips and tricks!
Spelling is not as hard as you may have been led to believe.
For example, helping your child know when to use C and when to use K to spell the sound of /k/ may seem difficult. Is it kitchen or citchen? Kettledrum or cettledrum? If you don’t already have a visual memory of the word, how do you decide whether to use C or K? It’s easy if you know the “Kids’ Club Rule.”