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COVID-19 Quarantine Schooling Resources

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Are You New to At-Home Learning?

We are proud to support so many families around the world who are limiting the spread of COVID-19 by teaching their kids at home. During these challenging times, whether you’re new to homeschooling or have been a long-time home educator, we’re here to help!

In this post, you’ll find dozens of free resources you can download and use with your kids right away, and if you’re looking for easy-to-teach reading and spelling curriculum, we’ve got you covered there, too!

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Are You Interested in FREE Reading and Spelling Resources?

Below are some learning activities you can download to use with your children. Select a learning topic to view and download all the resources available for that topic.

Instructional Topics

Teach Phonograms (Sounds of Letters and Letter Combinations)
Phonograms are the letters or letter combinations that combine to form words. Phonograms make learning to read and spell much easier! Practice phonograms with: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Teach Phonograms.
Teach Rhyming
Rhyming is one of the best predictors of how easily a child will learn to read. These resources will help you teach rhyming to your child. More Rhyming Resources: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in 5 Ways to Teach Rhyming.
Teach Spelling Rules
Teaching the rules and patterns that spell the vast majority of English words helps take the guesswork out of reading and spelling. Check out these blog posts for three helpful rules! *The resource marked with an asterisk is also included in the linked blog posts.
Teach Blending (Sounding Out Words)
Blending is the technical term for “sounding out words.” Read about why learning to blend is so important. More Blending Resources: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in Helping Kids Sound Out Words.
Teach Segmenting (Breaking Words Apart)
When we speak, we blend sounds together to make a word, but in segmenting, we take the individual sounds apart. Learn more about this important skill. Segmenting Activity: *The resource marked with an asterisk is included in Segmenting: A Critical Skill for Spelling.
Teach Long Vowels
Did you know that long vowel sounds can be spelled four different ways and that each way follows a specific spelling pattern? Our handy guide has all the information you need! Long Vowel Activities: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in A Handy Guide to Long Vowel Sounds.
Teach Compound Words
Compound words are formed when two smaller words combine to form a new word. Our guide is packed with fun resources for learning about compound words! Resources for Teaching Compound Words: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in The Essential Guide to Teaching Compound Words.
Teach Homophones (Words that Sound Alike)
Homophones are two or more words that sound alike but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Teach homophones with these resources! More Homophone Resources: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Teach Homophones.
Teach Alphabetizing
Alphabetizing is an essential literacy skill, and these resources will make it easy for you to teach! More Resources for Alphabetizing: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Teach Alphabetizing.
Teach Suffixes
A suffix is a word part that is placed at the end of a base word. The resources below make teaching suffixes easy! More Resources for Teaching Suffixes: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Teach Suffixes.
Teach Prefixes
A prefix is a word part that is placed in front of a base word. Teach prefixes the easy way with our handy resources! More Resources for Teaching Prefixes: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Teach Prefixes.
Teach Contractions
A contraction consists of two words that are combined to form one word. You can teach contractions with our fun hands-on resources. More Contractions Resources: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Teach Contractions.
Improve Reading Fluency
Fluency is the ability to read with accuracy, proper speed, and meaningful expression. Help your child’s fluency with the resources below. More Fluency Resources: *Resources marked with an asterisk are included in How to Develop Reading Fluency.
Practice Spelling Words
Help your child stay up-to-date with his regular spelling words with these review activities!

If you are looking for all-inclusive, easy-to-teach programs, check out All About Reading and All About Spelling. Our programs are perfect for all types of learners, including struggling readers and children with learning differences like dyslexia. Keep reading to view dozens of complete lesson samples from All About Reading Levels 1-4 and All About Spelling Levels 1-7.

Are you wondering how our programs would fit in your quarantine homeschool? Read this great review to hear how one family is using All About Spelling during their unexpected COVID-19 homeschooling adventure.

All About Reading Sample Lessons

Click below to view samples from our Teacher’s Manuals, Activity Books, and readers for 30 complete lessons from All About Reading Levels 1-4.

Level 1 Samples

Level 1 Extra Resources

Level 1 Animated Story Samples

  • Kip the Pup“: an animated story from Run, Bug, Run! (Level 1 decodable reader)
  • The Gum“: an animated story from Run, Bug, Run! (Level 1 decodable reader)
  • Lost in the Bog“: an animated story from The Runt Pig (Level 1 decodable reader)
  • The Lost List“: an animated story from Cobweb the Cat (Level 1 decodable reader)

Lesson 1 (M, S, P, A)

Lesson 2 (N, T, B, J)

Lesson 3 (Story: “Bam!”)

Lesson 18 (Consonant Team TH)

Lesson 19 (Stories: “Get Them!” and “The Red Pen”)

Lesson 24 (Words with Final Blends)

Lesson 25 (Stories: “Tin Raft” and “Lost in the Bog”)

Lesson 26 (Words with Initial Blends)

Lesson 27 (Stories: “Lunch” and “The Big Top”)

Lesson 42 (Plural Words)

Lesson 43 (Stories: “Ten Wishes” and “Fast Fun”)

Lesson 44 (Additional Sounds for A, I, and C)

Lesson 45 (Stories: “The Lost List” and “No Mud for Max”)

Level 2 Samples

Level 2 Extra Resources

Level 2 Animated Story Samples

  • Skunk Hotel“: an animated story from What Am I? (Level 2 decodable reader)
  • Champ“: an animated story from What Am I? (Level 2 decodable reader)
  • Pumpkin and the Kitten“: an animated story from Queen Bee (Level 2 decodable reader)

Lesson 1 (Open and Closed Syllables)

Lesson 2 (Blends at the Beginning and End)

Lesson 3 (Story: “Twist and Stomp”)

Lesson 25 (EE and Vowel Team Syllables)

Lesson 26 (Story: “Pine Tree Pet Shop”)

Lesson 52 (OY and OI)

Lesson 53 (Story: “Wild Rice Harvest”)

Lesson 54 (AW and AU)

Lesson 55 (Story: “Rawhide”)

Level 3 Samples

Level 3 Extra Resources

Level 3 Animated Story Samples

Lesson 25 (OO as in Food)

Lesson 26 (Story: “Gabby Goose Saves the Day”)

Lesson 45 (KN)

Lesson 46 (Story: “Cedric the Brave Knight”)

Level 4 Samples

Level 4 Extra Resources

Level 4 Animated Story Samples

Lesson 18 (OU as in Soup and GU)

Lesson 19 (“The Spy Guy and the Case of the Stolen Soup”)

Lesson 56 (More Greek Words)

Lesson 57 (“Charlie’s Sick Day”)

All About Spelling Sample Lessons

Click below to view samples for 27 complete lessons from our All About Spelling Levels 1-7 Teacher’s Manuals.

Level 1 Samples
Level 2 Samples
Level 3 Samples
Level 4 Samples
Level 5 Samples
Level 6 Samples
Level 7 Samples

Stay home and be safe! And don’t forget, we’re here for you. If you ever need a helping hand, we’re just a phone call or an email away!


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Robin E.

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Welcome to homeschooling, Mannika! We have placement tests to help you determine where to begin. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Thank-You for all you do and all the amazing free resources and help sections on your blog. This site is the first one I search if we need extra help with reading or spelling. We love AAR and AAS. Thank-You for the opportunity to win AAR.

Robin E.

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Awww, thank you, Dawn! 😊 It’s wonderful we can be your first stop for reading and spelling help. However, if you ever can’t find what you need here, just ask! We are always happy to help in reading and spelling beyond what our blog covers.

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Glad you like it, Cindy! Let me know if you need anything.

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Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Summer. Let me know if you have any questions or need anything.

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Yes, this is a lot of information, Cindy. If you are looking for something specific or have questions, please let me know.

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You are welcome, Kimberly. I’m pleased to hear you are enjoying our resources! If you ever need anything, just ask.

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Thank you, Naomi! Do you have any questions, need help with placement, or anything else?

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Thank you, Rachael! I love that something as simple as color made such a difference for your son!

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Great, Beth! Let me know if you have any questions, need help with placement, or anything else.

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My son is using All About Spelling Level 1 and is thriving with it!!

Robin E.

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I’m impressed with your sample materials. Do you have something like a Level 1 through Level 7 homeschool bundle?

Robin E.

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Thank you, Christopher. No, we don’t have a bundle that groups all seven levels into one package. However, we can help you order everything you need for all the levels here, by email at support@allaboutlearningpress.com, or by phone at 715-477-1976. Let me know.

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I use your Spelling program with my Resource students, and I am going to pick it up from my classroom to use with Distance Learning on zoom or google hangout with my kids. YAY! Love it! Thank you!

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Susan!

Danielle McInnes

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What excellent resources – thank you

Robin E.

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You are so welcome, Danielle.

Jocelyn Beard

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Hi!
I use your curriculum right now to tutor online. Any chance the curriculum will be put online in a digital format? PDF etc?
Thank You!
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Robin E.

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Jocelyn,
I’m sorry, we don’t have a PDF or digital version of the whole curriculum available. I do have PDF’s of some of the cream-colored handouts for All About Spelling (like the Syllable Division Rules, Word Banks, and other similar items). If you think those would be helpful, email us at support@allaboutlearningpress.com with which levels you are using right now and we can send you what we have of those.

Also, our Free Resources page features more than 150 free resources that may help you.

Let me know if there is something specific you need.

Natalie

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All About Reading and All About Spelling are terrific curriculums. Fortunately, since we homeschool there hasn’t been a disruption of learning. We haven’t used the letter tile app yet, but hopefully we will in the future.

Robin E.

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Thank you, Natalie.

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I love the pace of All About Reading for my kids!

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Nicole

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I am not new to homeschooling, but for anyone who is, I can reassure you that AAR and AAS are outstanding resources. I both work and homeschool so I really need an open and go approach. These lessons are simple, can be read over quickly before teaching, and the letter tiles are engaging for the student. Most importantly, the method and gentle lesson building are very effective in learning fluency in reading. Now that I have added in AAS and can see how they work together, and how well my kids are doing, I love them even more!

Robin E.

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Thank you, Nicole! 😊

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Jeannie

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We have enjoyed using All About Reading this school year! What wonderful resources to share with others!

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Great list of resources! Thanks for sharing!

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I am so excited to have found this site! We are new to homeschooling and this will be so valuable. We have three grand kids we are homeschooling.

Robin E.

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I’m happy this has been helpful for you, Sonya! If you need anything or have any questions, let me know.

Sherry

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I have a question about dyslexic kids. My dyslexic 6 year old is in level 3. She really likes this program but it is still a lot of work. Sometimes she starts writing completely backwards and writes the whole sentence completely backwards. As long as everything is spelled correctly, do I point it out to her? She worked really hard, talking herself through each word, so it seems that it would be exasperating to have to start over. If I held it up to a mirror it would be correct! Do I just let it go? If I had been right next to her, I could have stopped her as she started. But she has reached the age when she doesn’t want constant supervision.

Robin E.

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Sherry,
My son did that sort of thing at that age. Of course, he wasn’t even near level 3 at that age. He wasn’t ready for that level until he was 10 or so. Most students without dyslexia don’t get to level 3 until they are 8 or 9, so your daughter is at least somewhat advanced in this.

One thing you can do is place a sticker in the upper left corner of her paper before she begins writing to help remind her to start at the sticker with her words (you could also just draw a star or happy face or something like that). The reminder as you place the sticker and tell her, “Start at the sticker,” may be all she needs. After a while, let her place the sticker on her paper in the correct spot. Then, in time, the hope is she will remember, “Start at the sticker,” meaning the left side even long after you stop using stickers. She will have learned the directionality of English.

If she still makes the mistake of writing backward, I would have her rewrite it correctly, but not the same day. The following school day, speak to her about where we start writing and the need to begin on the correct side. Dyslexic students are known for having a lot of trouble with left and right, so while it is okay to use those terms don’t rely on them. That is why using a sticker (or a star or whatever) is so helpful. You can say, “Start on the sticker side of the paper,” and that will be much more understandable than, “Start on the left side.” Note, I would only ask her to rewrite backward writing if it was done during school lessons. If she writes something during her own time, let it go. With gentle correction during school time, she will learn this and start self-correcting.

I’d love to hear how things go over the next couple of weeks.

NANCY

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Wonderful resources, especially now while kids are at home. Thanks.

Robin E.

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Thank you, Nancy!

CARIN BOSMAN

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I love the structured and thorough way of teaching phonograms. Decoding is important for reading and teaching the spelling codes carefully and thoughtfully will definitely benefit the struggling reader and speller.

Clark Parscal

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My wife has been trying to teach our granddaughter how to read, but it’s tough going. She remembers the sounds of the letters but seems to forget them quickly. Thank you for this program, I think it could really help her.

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Clark.

It is often helpful for students to focus on just three or four letters at a time and work with them for a few days or longer until they have mastered them. Then three or so more letters are introduced and worked on until they are mastered, but the initial few are reviewed daily to keep them fresh.

All About Reading does this, working with just m, s, p, and a in the first lesson. You can see this in our sample.

If you or your wife need more ideas or have questions, let me know. I’m here to help.

Sharon

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This is really kind and noble. Thank you for helping parents and children during this pandemic.

Heather

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Thank you for the various samples! I’ve been homeschooling for years, but haven’t done your younger grades and am curious for my youngest.

Robin E.

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You are welcome, Heather. Let me know if you have any questions or would like more information.

Edwin

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Robin thank you for all your care and concern to all the needy children.I know the Lord will surely reward you for your labour of love. May the Lord mighty bless you

Sarah Crawmer

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Thank you 😊 not new but have toddlers who are ready to learn!

Carol Moore

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Thanks for the resources and samples!

Michelle Tapedzisa

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You guys have really revolutionised they way I see spelling. I am actually learning to be a better speller while teaching my child. Even though I was an A student, I once was sent to ‘remedial’ class for spelling.

Robin E.

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I know what you mean, Michelle! I was always an “okay” speller, but after teaching my children with All About Spelling, spelling is much easier for me as well as them.

bn100

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lots of helpful resources

Tasha R.

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Thank you so very much for all of the free reading and spelling resources!!! ♥️

Lauren

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This is a great resource for anyone who feels they lack the ability to teach this subject. I love it’s narrated layout so I don’t have to rack my nrain trying to explain a concept that actually came fairly easy to me. The hands on aspect has also helped my daughter greatly!

Emily

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Thanks for compiling all these resources. All About Spelling has been a big help for my son.

Robin E.

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It’s great to hear that All About Spelling has been helpful for your son, Emily!

Rachel Gray

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What a wonderful resource this program has been to my family!

Korie Cox

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I absolutely love this curriculum! It has been an essential tool in teaching my children to read and also to understand how to decode and spell words. We recommend it to everyone!

Robin E.

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Thank you for recommending us, Korie!

Tenille Smith

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Thanks for all these resources!

Melodie

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Awesome stuff! Wonderful to see how everyone is helping the new homeschoolers out!

Maritza Lopez

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Great resources!

Sher

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All About Reading has been so helpful for the homeschoolers I work with! Thanks for always being there when we reach out for help.

Amanda Moore

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I appreciate there being sample lessons to check out.

Leslie Wiggins

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Thank you for all the great resources!

Joy Wright

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Thanks for the resources!

Kendra

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Great resources!

Becky

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Doing reading lessons and spelling during this time. One child graduated level one!

Tiffany

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We aren’t new to at home learning, but these tips are so helpful! We love All About Learning!

Jessica

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Great resources!

Jennifer Novotny

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Thanks for sharing!

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Whitney

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Thanks so much for the free resources!!!

Robin E.

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You’re very welcome, Whitney! As always, let me know if you have any questions or need anything.

Carla yoder

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Thanks for the resources!

Shayna

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Thanks for the free resources!

Kathleen Van Engen

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I’m so thankful for all of these great resources!

Emily

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Thank you for the resources!

Tara

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Amazing resources! My son’s school hasn’t given him any work so I will definitely checking these all out!

Vanessa Gonteski

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Thank you for this post and resources! I downloaded a couple to try out with my son. We are working on rhyming and phonological awareness.

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Vanessa! I’d love to hear how your son does with the activities. 😊

Gina C

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Thank you for this post. I’m very overwhelmed having multiple aged children at home (and a toddler) and I’m just hoping I’m doing this right and not letting my kids fall behind without overwhelming them with mom as teacher. Pray for all of us.

Robin E.

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I completely understand, Gina. At one time I was homeschooling two elementary school students with a preschooler, toddler, and newborn too. It can be overwhelming!

Try doing a search for “tot trays.” The idea is activities for little ones that they can only play with while you do school with the older children. You don’t have to buy lots of stuff; many use things from around the house. And you don’t have to have new activities every day. I found when my kids were little that they loved doing the same two or three activities each day for a week. And it doesn’t have to be trays. I used bins with lids so I could control when my child got into them.

If you have any specific concerns or problems, even if they aren’t reading and spelling related, please let me know. I’d love to help in any way I can.

karilee Hayden

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Really great program! I wish these were around when my kids were small!

Teresa Pinnell

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I lorr your resources! I really enjoy your segment on root letters from different languages. My son will love this and it will help him get excited about raking and spelling! Thank you!

Robin E.

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You’re so welcome, Teresa! I find word etymology (the study of where words come from) fascinating too. 😊

Melissa

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My daughter has dyslexia and the letter combinations get her every time. Thank you for all the resources you have.

Robin E.

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You’re very welcome, Melissa. You may find our Dyslexia Resources page helpful as well.

Let me know if you have any questions or need anything.

Julie

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Thanks for sharing!

Leah

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We love all about reading and spelling! It really helps the information stick with my kiddos.

Tatiana Vital

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I had not yet seen these resources until today. They look so fun and engaging, I can’t wait to try them.

Robin E.

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I’d love to hear how it goes after you try some of these, Tatiana! We appreciate feedback to keep our resources helpful and fun.

Amanda Fleenor

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Thank you for the sample lessons. This will help me see if it’s a good fit for my son.

Robin E.

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You are welcome, Amanda. Let me know if you have any questions or need more information.

Tamara

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Excited to look over these resources!

Sara W

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Thanks for the resources, these are so helpful! I already do preschool work with my kids at home but it’s still new to me so any new resources I can learn about are valuable.

Meredith

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Thank you! We’re a homeschooling family (even before covid), but I’m always looking for more resources for my young learners!

nicole

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this is a really good starter article for those wanting to keep shcooling at home after cv-19

Mallory

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Thank you! Very helpful resources!

Kim

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Thank-you for all you are doing to help during this time. You guys rock!

Lili Henderson

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Thank you! Great resources!!!

Robin E.

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You are so welcome, Lili!

Amanda Coleman

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I was unaware of this resource and am excited to dive in further.

Melissa M.

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Do you have 5th and 6th grade resources?

Robin E.

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Melissa,
Our programs are not grade-level oriented as they group words in a logical manner based on similar rules or patterns regardless of their supposed grade level, which allows students to progress quickly and confidently.

However, we do have resources for older, high-level students, that you may be interested in.

Our How to Teach Homophones blog post covers the differences between homophones, homonyms, and homographs, includes a big list of homophones, lessons on them, a fun, printable riddle game to play, and more.

Our How to Teach Alphabetizing blog post starts with putting letters in order but moves through all level of alphabetizing, including a printable with advanced rules for alphabetizing, such as how to alphabetized abbreviations like Dr. and Ms. and what do with numbers and symbols.

We have multiple games for practicing spelling of all levels, including Pirate Ship, Drag Race, and Popcorn Party.

Teaching Latin Roots with Word Trees is appropriate for many students this age.

If your students have a specific need you need to address, we may have a blog post on it. A few common issues include How to Teach Suffixes, How to Teach Schwas, How to Teach Prefixes, and The “Pronounce for Spelling” Technique.

Lastly, we have numerous great chapter book reviews to help motivate your students to read.

If you were looking for something specific, let me know.

Nicole Kosileski

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Thank you! I’ve have here a lot about this program!

Tiffany

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I have attempted homeschooling in the past, with moderate success. I was already homeschooling two girls when the schools were closed, but I still struggle a bit with a reluctant 5th grader and her reading struggles. I am also working on teaching the Kindergartener how to read.

Juana

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My child needs help in reading and spelling this will be great.

Lauren

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This is so helpful!

Jacqueline

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I think this is a great site with a lot of resources. Sometimes it is easy to get overwhelmed with all of the things out here to use. I like the comments and explanations.

Robin E.

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Thank you, Jacqueline!

Nadine Williams

says:

I used this in the past and it was helpful for my daughter’s dyslexia.

Alissa Brambilla

says:

I’m excited to start using the All About Reading program with our kindergartner!

Corinna Varilek

says:

I am so excited to have found this site! We are new to homeschooling and this will be so valuable.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

I’m glad this is helpful for you, Corinna! Let me know if you need anything or have any questions.

Amy

says:

I’m so excited to find the allaboutlearning resources! As the mom to a struggling learner who recently started homeschooling, I have been looking for something that will help her with reading and spelling that is easy enough for parents to understand and teach as well as engaging enough for her to WANT to participate. With siblings being home due to COVID-19 this is something they will all be able to work on together (they’re very close in age and reading levels). I’m having them do the placement quizzes today so we can get our sets ordered and get started.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Sounds great, Amy! Let me know if you have any questions with placement or anything else.

Merizza

says:

Thank you for the free resources! I was never taught phonograms growing up in the public school system. I am hesitant to teach it to my 3 boys. I used a different curriculum and was overwhelmed! Many homeschool veterans have recommended your curriculum. I hope I can understand it and help my boys understand phonics as they grow!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Merizza,
I think you will find All About Reading supports teachers very well. Check out our video and blog post on How We Make Reading and Spelling Easy to Teach. You can also take a look at a sample of the All About Reading level 1 Teacher’s Manual.

If you have any questions about placement or anything else, just let me know know.

Amna

says:

I love these resources so much. It gives moms like me who have no prior experience of teaching spelling and reading confidence that their kids will not have learning gaps.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

If you ever have questions or need help, Amna, just ask. We love to help!

Dinah

says:

Neat resources.

Jessica

says:

I love teaching reading and spelling using All About Learning materials. They are user friendly. The kids love it and are doing great!

Amanda

says:

My children finally learned how to read using All About Reading! Thank you!

Hollie

says:

I’m finally going to purchase from AAR and AAS; just as soon as the stimulus is here:) I love how simple the lessons are and how easy they seem to teach. Thanks for helping me make up my mind. I just wish I could combine two purchases: My twelve year old student is slower than my eight year old daughter; she has been known to leave him behind in class.

Mira

says:

Thanks so much for all the amazing resources you provide!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

You’re so welcome, Mira!

Kristen

says:

Thank you for these resources, and for an awesome reading program!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Aww, you’re so welcome, Kristin. 😊

Kathy

says:

We love AAR! Thanks for your support. I can’t wait to start with my preschooler now :)

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

You’re welcome, Kathy. Let me know if you need anything!

Stefani

says:

Thank you for these resources!!

Kristina DiVozzo

says:

We love All About Reading and are over half way through Level 1 with my Kindergartener. She is always very excited for reading lessons! We use the free samples whenever we can, thanks for sharing!

Jacqueline

says:

We absolutely love this program for both our boys! We took our oldest son out of first grade private school mid year last year after he was diagnosed with Dyslexia. The school was unwilling to help us. We took that summer off and jumped into All About Reading and All About Spelling last fall. By January he had finished level 1 and moved onto level 2. He now says reading is his favorite subject!!! I can hardly believe the progress and confidence he has made!! We are so thankful to have found all about learning press and it’s a bonus that its not far from where we call home in northern Wisconsin. I love supporting local businesses whenever possible! All three of our children will be going through this program from start to finish. Thank you for all you do for families!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Oh, Jacqueline! Thank you for sharing your son’s touching story! I’m so happy to hear that he says reading is favorite subject now. ❤️

Jennifer

says:

Thank you so much for supporting parents like me who are now quarantine schooling!!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

You’re welcome, Jennifer. If you have questions about teaching reading or spelling, just ask! I’m happy to help as best as I can.

Jennifer

says:

Thanks!

Tammy

says:

Looking forward to starting my 3 kids on your lessons!

Myra

says:

This is so kind of you! Thank you!

Lynne

says:

Your free resources have already been so helpful! Thank you!

Alinda

says:

I can’t wait till we’ll be able to try out all about reading! Looks sounds so awesome :)

Paula

says:

We love all about reading! My son has grown so much this year. Looking forward to the next level!

Rachel

says:

Tha is for this!

Eugenia

says:

Love all about reading!

Carrie

says:

Thanks for compiling these resources! So helpful!

Nat Jimenez

says:

Thank you for all these helpful resources
And samples! We would love to try some of them in our homeschool!

LIndsay

says:

We are using all about spelling next year! Can’t wait to get started!!

Sara

says:

This is the best program I have found for teaching my dyslexic sons.

Joanna

says:

Love your products! And excited to use more in the future

Alissa Brambilla

says:

I’m excited to use these resources that were so generously shared! Thank you!

Jennifer O

says:

How wonderful that your company is helping all those who are now plunged into the world of homeschooling! I’ve homeschooled since 2004 and it makes my heart happy to see the homeschooling community coming together like this! Cheers!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Aww, thank you, Jennifer! We want to help as much as we can.

Pammy Lowman

says:

Not Necessarily new but haven’t done it in a while with my youngest child so it feels like being new at it and I love this series and have done bits and pieces of like free stuff I received but never had a whole all about spelling curriculum so it would be awesome to able to get it for free and win because hubby is currently unemployed.

Sharon

says:

I love teaching my children to read with you step by step program. Pronunciation and reading in English isn’t that hard after all, once you know the patterns. It’s interesting!

Rebecca

says:

So excited to explore this excellent curriculum I keep hearing about! Looks like a great fit for my son!

Linda

says:

It is great to find quality homeschooling resources like this online. It’s helpful for someone new to it like me.

Bree

says:

Not new to homeschooling – I have triplets six year olds and use your curriculum! These resources are a must have! Thank you for this! :-)

Angie

says:

Not new to homeschooling but I still appreciate all of these resources!

Marie

says:

I love this company! Thanks for the free resources!

Julie B

says:

Thanks for the resources!

Angela

says:

I love all of AAL’s resources! This is a great blog post for how organized everything is together though. Thank you for putting it all together this way!

Jolene

says:

Thank you for providing great information and resources.

Tracy Courtney

says:

Looks like fun activities!

Tammy

says:

Thank you for your help during this crazy time!

Kathleen Brand

says:

wow i take my hat off to you and your team. this is a lot of work you have put together in a really super and inspiring way for teachers and children. well done

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Thank you so much, Kathleen. We wanted to help as we could.

Rachel

says:

I think it is great that you are offering these free resources! I love both your spelling and reading program. My 7 yr old son is now reading books on his own! We are about to start level 3.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

It sounds like your son is doing very well, Rachel! Glad to hear it. 😊

Jessica

says:

wonderful program!

J Troutfetter

says:

This program looks so well rounded and easy to follow. I’m hoping to try this with both our kids.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Thank you! Let me know if you need help with placement or have questions.

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