Taking the time for reading and spelling review is an important part of the learning process, but sometimes it just doesn’t seem “exciting.” But as we all know, review is what makes learning stick. The more kids review what they have learned, the more they will remember.
As we all know, practice makes perfect, and the same principle applies to reading and spelling. The more children review what they have learned, the better they will retain the information. Reviewing previously taught skills reinforces their understanding, solidifies their knowledge, and helps them apply what they have learned in different contexts.
At All About Learning Press, we prioritize the importance of review, and that’s why a dedicated review of previously taught skills is thoughtfully integrated into every lesson in All About Reading and All About Spelling programs. This deliberate approach ensures that children continually revisit and reinforce their grasp of concepts, ultimately leading to mastery and fluency.
By incorporating regular review into our programs, we empower parents and educators with a powerful tool to maximize their child’s learning potential. These moments of review may seem simple, but they hold the key to unlocking a child’s true reading and spelling capabilities.
But as with any daily task, review can get boring at times. And when a review begins to feel like drudgery, it can lose its effectiveness.
These blog posts can help put the FUN back into review time!
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Review is important, but just like any daily task, it can get boring at times. Increase the fun factor of Word Card review with these ideas.
Reinforce the concept of rhyming with this delightful downloadable activity!
Who loves penguins? Here at All About Learning Press, we’re kind of partial to penguins! In fact, we think penguins are so awesome that we decided to create an extra special pack of penguin activities to share with you.
Can a smiley face help your child’s fluency in reading? This emoji-filled activity is sure to bring plenty of smile(y)s! :)
Looking for a way to make reviewing reading and spelling words fun? Rev up your engines for this one!
Get ready for holiday fun and learning with 12 FREE activities for reading and spelling.
Phonograms are the building blocks of our language. Practice phonograms and have fun with this hands-on activity!
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.
If fluency practice starts to get you down, these fun hands-on activities are the perfect “pick-me-up!” Go ahead and give ’em a try!
The Christmas Pack contains more than 35 pages of printable reading and spelling activities for kids of all ages and levels.