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.
Many people assume that if their child isn’t a kinesthetic learner, kinesthetic activities are unnecessary. But this just isn’t the case…
These 10 tips can help make lesson time more productive and enjoyable if your child struggles with an auditory processing disorder.
Does your child guess at unknown words instead of sounding them out? Find out why kids guess and how you can solve the problem.
When you teach, you may assume there’s an unobstructed pipeline between you and your child. But there isn’t …
If your child has trouble with handwriting, it may be dysgraphia. Explore the signs and find out how you can help.
Find out why simple, step-by-step, multisensory techniques are an important part of teaching a child with autism.
Learn how this homeschooling mom uses All About Reading to teach her son with Down syndrome.
If daily lessons make your child want to throw her pencil across the room, we hope these tips will help.