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Overcoming Obstacles When Reading AAR Stories

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 . . .

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How Much Time Should You Spend On Reading?

“How much time should I spend teaching reading?” It’s a common question with a somewhat surprising answer.

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Teaching Rhyming to Preschoolers - All About Reading

5 Ways to Teach Rhyming

There are three stages of rhyming—hearing, recognizing, and producing. Find out how to help your child during all three stages!

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How to Build Your Child's Vocabulary - From All About Reading

How to Build Your Child’s Vocabulary

A large vocabulary is critical for reading comprehension. Here’s how to expand your child’s vocabulary and nurture his or her reading ability.

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How the “Funnel Concept” Affects Learning

When you teach, you may assume there’s an unobstructed pipeline between you and your child. But there isn’t …

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What’s the Difference Between AAR & AAS?

“Do I need both All About Reading and All About Spelling?” Here’s your answer.

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Punny Valentines – An Introduction to Puns

Looking for a great way to introduce your kids to puns? Look no further than this great post!

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Top 10 Activities for Letter Knowledge

The best way to develop letter knowledge is through a variety of fun, hands-on alphabet experiences.

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Teaching Reading and Spelling to Multiple Kids

Can you use AAR and AAS to teach multiple kids? It’s easier than you might think.

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7 Ways to Be the Teacher Your Child Needs

What makes a “good” teacher? Don’t overlook the immeasurable impact of the student-teacher relationship on your child’s ability to succeed.

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How to Handle Tears and Frustration in Your Homeschool

If daily lessons make your child want to throw her pencil across the room, we hope these tips will help.

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What Happens After All About Reading - from All About Learning Press

What Happens after All About Reading?

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.

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