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All-in-one programs force you to prioritize one subject over another. With our approach, your child can succeed at both subjects.
It doesn’t have to be difficult to teach reading and spelling. Learn how our programs make these subjects easy to teach.
If your child has finished formal spelling instruction (or you’re looking forward to that day), this post explains “what to do next.”
Automaticity is one of the main goals of All About Reading and All About Spelling, and every lesson brings your child closer to that goal.
It can be challenging to teach reading and spelling to a child whose first language isn’t English. Our programs can help.
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Discover how seasoned homeschool mom Merry Marinello makes language arts work in her household.
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Segmenting is a crucial spelling skill. It has unlocked the door to spelling for many kids—including older kids who have struggled with spelling.
Alphabetizing is an essential skill that will help students in many day-to-day tasks both at home and at school.
How you correct spelling mistakes can impact your student’s progress. Learn why you shouldn’t correct mistakes too quickly.