Give your child a solid understanding of how contractions are formed and what they actually mean.
Here are a few things to consider before choosing to use copywork as part of your child’s spelling program.
Explore several strategies to help your children deal with words that have muffled vowel sounds in the unaccented syllable.
Most reading and spelling problems are caused by gaps in the curriculum. That’s why AAR and AAS teach with a “no gaps” approach.
Segmenting is a crucial spelling skill. It has unlocked the door to spelling for many kids—including older kids who have struggled with spelling.
When you attempt to teach your child, sometimes knowledge can be a hindrance. Surprised? It’s called the Curse of Knowledge.
“How much time should I spend teaching reading?” It’s a common question with a somewhat surprising answer.
There are three stages of rhyming—hearing, recognizing, and producing. Find out how to help your child during all three stages!
“Do I need both All About Reading and All About Spelling?” Here’s your answer.
What’s the right time to start All About Spelling? Here are some common scenarios and our recommendations.
Explore our list of must-have organizational tools for homeschooling families.
Vowel sounds /ĭ/ and /ĕ/ can sound a lot alike. These tips can help your child discriminate between these sounds.