Trying to help your child develop listening comprehension? Here are 4 helpful ways to nurture this important skill.
“I hate reading!” Have you ever heard this declaration from your child? If so, this post is for you.
When you attempt to teach your child, sometimes knowledge can be a hindrance. Surprised? It’s called the Curse of Knowledge.
Multisensory teaching can transform your child’s reading and spelling lessons. Here’s how.
Working memory is the ability to hold information in your brain for a short period of time, and it’s critical for learning to read and spell.
Discover the power of the Orton-Gillingham approach for teaching reading and spelling.
If dealing with dyslexia is making you feel hopeless, you’ll discover hope in Raquel and Katie’s story.
Reading comprehension is a vital part of the reading process. Discover the ways we teach this skill in the All About Reading program.
Alphabetizing is an essential skill that will help students in many day-to-day tasks both at home and at school.
When teaching your child to read, providing lots of reading practice is one of the most important things you can do. But sometimes things don’t go according to plan . . .
“How much time should I spend teaching reading?” It’s a common question with a somewhat surprising answer.