Writing from dictation allows your student to concentrate on the writing and spelling process without the need to compose original sentences.
The English language conforms to predictable patterns that can help make spelling easy. Here’s a round-up of posts that prove it.
Six simple spelling tips can take the mystery out of how to make words plural.
Why do some words have a double consonant at the end while others don’t? Here’s the answer.
When you attempt to teach your child, sometimes knowledge can be a hindrance. Surprised? It’s called the Curse of Knowledge.
If you don’t have a visual memory of a particular word, how do you decide whether to use C or K? It’s easy if you know the “Kids’ Club Rule.”
Explore seven ways that color-coded letter tiles make it easy for your child to practice spelling concepts.
These 10 tips can help make lesson time more productive and enjoyable if your child struggles with an auditory processing disorder.
Phonograms are the building blocks of our language. Practice phonograms and have fun with this hands-on activity!
Here are eight fantastic ways to promote pre-reading skills using alphabet refrigerator magnets.
“Do I need both All About Reading and All About Spelling?” Here’s your answer.
Many people assume that if their child isn’t a kinesthetic learner, kinesthetic activities are unnecessary. But this just isn’t the case…