What makes a “good” teacher? Don’t overlook the immeasurable impact of the student-teacher relationship on your child’s ability to succeed.
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 you don’t automatically know how to spell a particular word, how do you decide whether to use C or K? It’s easy if you know the “Kids’ Club Rule.”
Encourage creative word play and help your child build language skills with Apples to Apples Junior!
Navigate the jungle and review phonograms at the same time in this full-color activity! But be careful–it’s a jungle out there!
When your child mispronounces a word, it makes it difficult for her to spell the word correctly. To the rescue: the “pronounce for spelling” technique!
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…