Just 3 activities can prevent reading difficulties for beginning or struggling readers. Offers a free e-book for implementing 3 key activities.
How To Help A Student With Dyslexia Learn To Read
Here you'll find many practical ideas and strategies to help students with a learning difficulty, such as dyslexia, learn to read and spell.
Building Fluency - The Quick and Easy Way!
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Rowdy in Room 300
Summer is here! The time that we all treasure...being able to sleep in a little bit, leisurely eating your lunch, and going to the restroom whenever you need! Ahhhhh....precious summer! Sometimes my summer isn't so leisurely - I've got a 6 and 9 year old at home and, let's be honest, I feel like I spend half of my time refereeing their fights. You guys know what I'm talking about! They love each other, but...they are definitely siblings! ;) After our first week at home of…
Teaching CVC Words: What to Do When They Are STILL NOT GETTING IT
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I enjoy the break I get while my kid is on the iPad, but apps and e-books alone can’t teach kids to read. The good news? This little trick definitely can.
A Teacher Shares: 7 No-fail ways to give your struggling reader confidence!
I absolutely love my job! I get to spend the day reading to kids, reading with kids and doing everything humanly possible to get them to recognize the importance of reading… and get paid to do it! Okay… so you know that reading is important. (And in case you missed that memo… check here for my post on the importance of reading.) But what type of reader do you have in your house? Over the years of teaching, I’ve learned there are 3 kinds of readers: Those who are good at reading and love to…
Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten
Free, fun and useful Kindergarten - 1st Grade, Common Core aligned lesson plans, math games, calendars, behavior charts, materials and more!
When Kids Can't Read-What Teachers Can Do
When Kids Can't Read-What Teachers Can Do book. Read 178 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For Kylene Beers, the question of what t...
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - December 2012 - 35
The Old Schoolhouse is the premier, monthly homeschooling magazine, worldwide! Packed full (over 150 pages per month) of encouraging and informative content, TOS brings you the biggest names in homeschooling all in one place. Columnists such as Diana Waring, Karen Andreola, Jessica Hulcy, Dr. Brian Ray, Dr. Mary Hood, Deborah Wuehler, Kate Kessler, Andrew Pudewa, Leigh Bortins, Rea Berg, Mark Hamby, Zan Tyler and several others come to bless and help uplift your homeschooling experience each…
Struggling Readers Take Home Book for Reading Strategies - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Sometimes struggling readers need a bit more support to apply reading strategies. Grab free reading strategy printables to make a FREE take-home book!
Rhyming Songs: Teaching Children to Master RHYME Through Music and More
Do your students all have rhyme mastered? Teaching children to rhyme can be a very difficult thing when working with children that have not had many literacy experiences at home. Without a doubt, the very best way to teach … Continue reading →
Reading and Phonics Help for Struggling 1st Graders - Activities, Poems & Chunks
Reading and Phonics Help for Struggling 1st Graders - Activities, Poems & Chunks Reading and Phonics Help for Struggling 1st Graders is created by Phonics Advantage™ and Lavinia Pop. The units are designed for mainstream students who are having difficulty absorbing decoding skills, beginning ...