Explore Reading Tips, Kids Reading, and more!

what to do after kids learn their abc's -- next steps to get kids reading!

What to do after kids learn their abc's -- next steps to get kids reading! we teach literacy

Studies show there are real differences between boys and girls in terms of brain chemistry, maturation and how they learn best.  Technologies such as PET scans and MRIs have already found “at least 100 differences in male and female brains,” and there are likely more discoveries to come. The following information uncovers some key insights […]

The Learning Curve for Boys: Is it Different?

How Boys Learn: Brain-based research shows that there are major differences between boys and girls in terms of reasoning and brain development, which leads to differences in general understanding of concepts as well as test-taking abilities.

50 great and simple ideas to help your child learn to read. Links to more detailed resources too .

50 Ways To Teach Your Child To Read

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - 50 everyday ways to help your child learn to read. Links to more detailed resources too . - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

5 DIY Manipulatives for Preschool and Kindergarten ~ Learn Play Imagine

5 DIY Manipulatives for Preschool and Kindergarten ~ Learn Play Imagine.loving the clothespin idea! Good for fine motor too!

18 ways to learn sight words with your kids.

18 FUN ways to learn sight words for kids - get playing & learning. First education for my kids.

Read Aloud Chapter Books for 4 and 5 (and 6) Year Olds (start with My Father's Dragon)

Read Aloud Chapter Books for 4 and 5 (and 6) Year Olds

Busy Bags!  Would make nice homework bags.

BEST resource I've seen with ideas for keeping toddler/pre-k kids busy! The busy bag exchange idea is GENIUS!

This could be our "focus" word for teaching letters and their sounds  supplies:  Magnetic Cookie Sheet {Dollar Tree}  Magnetic Letters  Sensory bin, tub, or table  Dark Construction Paper  Laminating Film  Filler for your sensory tub, bin, or table. I used colored rice but you could use moon sand, shredded paper, or anything that will cover the letters.

Alphabet Sensory Play

This could be our "focus" word for teaching letters and their sounds supplies: Magnetic Cookie Sheet {Dollar Tree} Magnetic Letters Sensory bin, tub, or table Dark Construction Paper Laminating Film Filler for your sensory tub, bin, or table.

{How to Read} Our Favorite Phonics Activities - Kids Activities Blog

Helping kids learn - reading is key! It is so easy to get sucked in to the "plugger of technology" that fill time but the value of learning through reading with your kids is worth as much as we spend on the games and systems to entertain them!

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.

Reading Mini Anchor Charts

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently r

Homeschooling the uncooperative child: "I don't want to do this!" Come read my top tips and tricks! #homeschooling #homeschool

Homeschooling the uncooperative child: "I don't want to do this!" Come read my top tips and tricks! Homeschool organization, homeschool tips,

Pinterest
Search