Have you heard of the “summer slide”? Unfortunately, it’s a slide that no mom wants her child to ride, but these ideas may help!
Would you like to see how letter tiles are used in the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs?
Do you know how to teach phonograms? Don’t worry—it’s easier than you think!
If your child has trouble with handwriting, it may be dysgraphia. Explore the signs and find out how you can help.
Download this free matching game and help your child expand his or her vocabulary.
This wonderful organization provides audiobooks that can help dyslexic, blind, and visually impaired students thrive.
Do your children have a hard time sitting still during read-alouds? These tips will help.
Phonograms are the building blocks of our language. Practice phonograms and have fun with this hands-on activity!
Print awareness is one of five critical pre-reading skills. Help your child develop print awareness and have fun at the same time.
Give your child tools to master the concept of suffixes and excel in reading and spelling!
One of your main goals is to make reading and spelling “stick” in your child’s brain. These techniques will help you accomplish that goal.
These 10 tips can help make lesson time more productive and enjoyable if your child struggles with an auditory processing disorder.