Explore several strategies to help your children deal with words that have muffled vowel sounds in the unaccented syllable.
Having fun with homophones helps children learn to use them correctly—which is why I created the Homophone Machine.
Looking for tips to help keep yourAll About Reading materials organized? Homeschool mom Lexi Henegar shares her solutions.
Teaching active children can be a wonderful adventure! Find out how homeschool mom Jenny Herman uses AAR and AAS with her active boys.
Discover whether it’s effective to use the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs to teach multiple children at the same time.
Explore the four most important spelling strategies: phonetic, rule-based, visual, and morphemic.
Working memory is the ability to hold information in your brain for a short period of time, and it’s critical for learning to read and spell.
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.
Learn about Simultaneous Multisensory Instruction and the powerful effect it can have on your child’s education.
By helping your child build an organized schema of knowledge, you’ll be helping her build her long-term memory.
When you teach, you may assume there’s an unobstructed pipeline between you and your child. But there isn’t …