Would you like to see how letter tiles are used in the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs?
When you teach, you may assume there’s an unobstructed pipeline between you and your child. But there isn’t …
There are three stages of rhyming—hearing, recognizing, and producing. Find out how to help your child during all three stages!
Give your child tools to master the concept of suffixes and excel in reading and spelling!
Do you know how to teach phonograms? Don’t worry—it’s easier than you think!
What do a milkshake, a mailbox, and a notebook have in common? Actually, nothing … except that they all happen to be compound words.
Are you ready to make it FUN for your child to practice letter formation, phonograms, and spelling words?
Introduce your child to portmanteaus and open up a whole new world of fun with words!
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 . . .
If you’ve been teaching reading for a while, you’ve undoubtedly come across the term sight words, and you probably have some questions about them. Should you teach sight words? What’s the best way to approach sight words? Is it bad…
Help your child develop phonological awareness and learn how to nurture this important pre-reading skill!