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M Is for Mouse Craft

child attaches googly eye to uppercase m craft

There’s an adorable lowercase M craft scurrying toward your craft table! Your child is sure to enjoy creating this merry mouse, especially if craft time is followed by a mouse-approved snack. Would anyone like a piece of cheese?

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Thanksgiving Scramble – A Fun Make-a-Word Activity

thanksgiving scramble activity cornucopia

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and that usually means a smorgasbord of tasty treats shared with family and friends around the table! Cook up a bit of extra holiday fun with this delicious Thanksgiving-themed word scramble activity! Ready to dig in?

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Picture Books for Thanksgiving

Picture Books for Thanksgiving - book reviews from All About Reading

Are you looking for Thanksgiving picture books to share with your children this holiday season? Here is a lovely selection that will demonstrate gratitude, show kindheartedness, and explain the rich traditions of Thanksgiving.

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L Is for Lights Craft

child adds light to lowercase L craft

Lights, camera, craft! Illuminate your child’s love of letters with this shining lowercase L craft! This cheery string of colorful lights is sure to brighten up any room and make your preschooler’s face light up, too!

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Fun with Emojis: An “Emotional” Fluency Activity

Fun with Emojis two cute emojis

Whether it’s a simple winky face or an encouraging thumbs up, emojis can bring a bit of fun to everyday communication.😊 But did you know that you can use emojis to improve your child’s reading, too? It’s true! Here’s how.

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Giveaway – $100 Gift Certificate

$100 Gift Certificate Giveaway - All About Learning Press

Enter to Win!

This month you can win a $100 Gift Certificate that can be used toward your purchase of All About Reading, All About Spelling, or any products on the All About Learning Press website.

Based on the latest research, our programs provide complete and comprehensive “no gaps” instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach. These award-winning programs are “easy to learn,” and “easy to teach,” and are backed by lifetime support and a one-year guarantee.

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K Is for Koala Craft

mom and child assemble lowercase k craft

A shy koala is perched high atop this delightful lowercase K craft, and she’s waiting patiently to learn letter K with your child! Get ready to be charmed by her fluffy ears and her big black nose.

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Tumtum and Nutmeg Chapter Books

cute mice tumtum and nutmeg on a boat

There’s a secret living inside a hidden broom cupboard in a ramshackle English cottage. Two secrets, actually—two remarkable mice! It’s not easy to take care of human children when you’re so small, but these tiny heroes give it their best in this charming series of chapter books.

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J Is for Jaguar Craft

child colors spots on lowercase j craft

What is this mysterious animal creeping through the jungle? Her fancy camouflage makes it easy for her to hide, but she is proudly parading her spots! This jolly lowercase J craft will make your little one jump for joy!

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Using Phonics Dominoes to Build Language Skills

phonics dominoes tiles

Fun and Interactive Word Building!

Where has this game been all of my life?

Phonics Dominoes is a fantastic way to practice word-building and decoding skills. There are several versions available: Short Vowels, Long Vowels, Blends and Digraphs, Word-Building, and for more advanced students, Sentence-Building dominoes.

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I Is for Iguana Craft

child applies googly eyes to lowercase i craft

Take a look at this squirmy lowercase I craft before he crawls away! Iguanas can be found in many different colors and patterns, so let your preschoolers’ imaginations run wild as they make their own crafty creature.

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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?

You can unravel these mysteries with six scoops of ice cream. Just click the play button below for a yummy treat, and then read on for free printable spelling rule posters and sample lessons!

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