These nine tips will help you keep your child’s reading and spelling lessons motivating—starting today!
Most reading and spelling problems are caused by gaps in the curriculum. That’s why AAR and AAS teach with a “no gaps” approach.
Using encouraging words may not always come naturally, but encouragement might be the key to your child’s success.
Does the thought of teaching phonograms seem intimidating? Try these steps and discover how easy it can be.
Many spelling programs are based on spelling lists, but most spelling lists really aren’t designed to help a child learn to spell.
Discover helpful strategies for customizing the All About Spelling program with teenage or adult students.
What do a milkshake, a mailbox, and a notebook have in common? Actually, nothing … except that they all happen to be compound words.
Discover the answer to one of our most frequently asked questions about the All About Spelling program.
Troublemakers are words that are especially challenging to spell. Here are four ways to help your child master troublemakers.
Explore our “thinking approach” to word families and find out how this approach increases confidence in reading and spelling ability.
Vowel sounds /ĭ/ and /ĕ/ can sound a lot alike. These tips can help your child discriminate between these sounds.