“Swatting Phonograms” – A Fun Phonogram Activity

swatting phonogram cards with a splat

Looking for a fun way to review phonograms? “Swatting Phonograms” is a fantastic hands-on activity that your child will love! It’s fast paced, engaging … and just a little bit gross. Perfect!

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Beautiful Oops! – A Picture Book Review

Go ahead and make a mistake.

It’s okay. Really, it is.

Life is full of “oops” moments and there’s no time like the present to start embracing your oops. The next time you think you’ve made a mistake, look at it as an opportunity to make something beautiful! At least that’s what the author of this ingenious children’s book thinks.

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Games and Activities to Help Your Student with Reading

We often talk about the importance of mastery-based, multisensory lessons, but it’s also important to make learning to read FUN—and engaging games and activities may be just the ticket to make that happen! Helping kids develop a love for reading can then lead to increased focus and more efficient learning during reading time. Reading incentives like games and activities can sometimes be just the push that a struggling learner needs to advance.

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6 Inexpensive Ways to Build Your Home Library

Imagine this: a home library filled with an assortment of books on all subjects. Your kids can explore interesting topics, dive deep into imaginary worlds, and read to their hearts’ content. You’re cultivating their love of reading with each and every book you add to your collection. There’s just one catch: building a home library can be a daunting and expensive task.

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Punny Valentines – An Introduction to Puns

set of printable valentine cards with puns

Looking for a great way to introduce your kids to puns? Check! Ready for a good giggle? Check! Do your kids still need valentines for their friends? Check! This post has it all!

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Giveaway – All About Spelling Level of Choice

All About Spelling Giveaway from All About Learning Press

Enter to win!

This month you can enter to win the All About Spelling level of your choice. If you haven’t used AAS before, we’ll also include a Letter Tiles and a Spelling Review Box to make sure you’ve got everything you need to succeed!

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Silly Sentence Match-Ups

A snake on a pancake? An elephant in a tractor? In this game, your child will make silly sentences about animals in strange places. Get ready for some silly match-ups!

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Introducing All About Spelling Level 3 Color Edition!

Have you heard? All About Spelling Level 3 got a makeover!

Here at All About Learning Press, we’ve always made it a priority to listen to you—our users. Over the years, All About Spelling users have consistently requested two things: activity books and full-color materials. Last year we released the updated Color Editions of All About Spelling Level 1 and Level 2, and now we’re delighted to announce that the gorgeous new Color Edition of All About Spelling Level 3, complete with activity book, is now available!

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20 Activities for Kinesthetic Learning

3 pathways to the brain graphic

Kinesthetic activities (also known as hands-on activities) are fantastic for teaching reading and spelling. The term kinesthetic refers to touching, doing, experiencing, or being physically active. The kinesthetic pathway is one of the three main pathways to the brain.

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Wonderful Picture Books for Winter

boy catching snowflakes on his tongue.

Ahh…winter! There’s just so much to love—the stillness of the night after a blanket of snow has covered the ground; the crunch of snow underfoot; and curling up in front of a crackling fire with a blanket, a cup of tea, and a wonderful picture book for winter! And speaking of books, the books below will bring warmth to even the chilliest winter day!

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Spelling Rules for Making Words Plural

ice cream cone rules making words plural

When making words plural, why do you add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do you know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does the word knife become knives?

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Helping Kids Deal with Perfectionism While Reading

Perfectionism is a challenge that many students face, and not only does it take the enjoyment out of learning to read, but it can severely block a student’s progress. Take a look at some effective strategies for helping kids deal with perfectionism while learning how to read.

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