If your child has come to the end of the “learn to read” stage, here are some tips for transitioning to the “read to learn” stage.
Find out why simple, step-by-step, multisensory techniques are an important part of teaching a child with autism.
Does your child struggle to sound out words? Check out these helpful tips and resources!
Find out why this commonly referenced phonics “rule” is actually false over 60% of the time.
Automaticity is one of the main goals of All About Reading and All About Spelling, and every lesson brings your child closer to that goal.
Discover the inspiration behind the All About Reading decodable story “Chasing Henry.”
What do a milkshake, a mailbox, and a notebook have in common? Actually, nothing … except that they all happen to be compound words.
Can you use AAR and AAS to teach multiple kids? It’s easier than you might think.
Have fun with your little swashbucklers on International Talk Like a Pirate Day–this selection of pirate activities is a great place to start!
Every child is unique! Find out why individualized instruction can have such an important impact.
Many people assume that if their child isn’t a kinesthetic learner, kinesthetic activities are unnecessary. But this just isn’t the case…
Learn how two real moms use All About Reading to teach their sons with Down syndrome.