Why do some words have a double consonant at the end while others don’t? Here’s the answer.
Rule breakers are words that do not follow reliable spelling rules. Find out how we handle these words in the All About Spelling program.
When you attempt to teach your child, sometimes knowledge can be a hindrance. Surprised? It’s called the Curse of Knowledge.
“What do you want for your birthday?” “Mashed potatoes!” Building listening comprehension has never been this much fun!
Many people assume that if their child isn’t a kinesthetic learner, kinesthetic activities are unnecessary. But this just isn’t the case…
Phonograms are the building blocks of our language. Practice phonograms and have fun with this hands-on activity!
There will always be a huge chasm between your child’s current ability and the place you want him to be. We call this the “Big Pit.”
These 10 tips can help make lesson time more productive and enjoyable if your child struggles with an auditory processing disorder.
Alphabetizing is an essential skill that will help students in many day-to-day tasks both at home and at school.
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 …
Vowel sounds /ĭ/ and /ĕ/ can sound a lot alike. These tips can help your child discriminate between these sounds.