Homeschool and classroom lesson ideas and activities for reading in elementary and middle school.
How do you tell the difference between adjacent consonants and consonant digraphs? And by the way, what are they? We’ve got the answers here!
Looking for an empowering picture or chapter book? Try one of these children’s books with strong female characters for the win!
Not sure how to help students with dyslexia succeed in your classroom or homeschool? Here are some tips for making things equitable.
Get ready to keep your students entertained and engaged with these fun chapter book read aloud for 1st grade! They’re student favorites!
Stocking your home or classroom with high-quality children’s books develops readers who love to engage in stories. These books will help!
If you’re not using file folder activities in your homeschool, you’re missing out! They’re a great way to review skills and have fun!
What are homeschool lapbooks and how do you use them in your lessons? This post explains it all and shows you easy ways to incorporate them.
File folder games are the ultimate hands-on activities for the classroom. Learn what they are, how to make them, and when to use them!
You may have heard the term before but what are lapbooks and how can they benefit your classroom? We break it down and give you ideas here!
It doesn’t matter what subject you’re teaching, these five hands-on activities can be adapted to teach any skill or lesson! Get ideas here!
A great book is a great story, and a great story makes for a great movie. So which books-turned-movies are best for kids? Check out this list of the best kids’ books that are movies too!
Looking for the best chapter books for 3rd grade? Check out this list of classic favorites and new must-reads that are perfect for all kids!