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Homeschool Dyslexia Curriculum

Homeschooling is hard, but homeschooling with dyslexia is even more challenging. Thankfully, there is a homeschool dyslexia curriculum that can help. Homeschooling with Dyslexia My oldest son has dyslexia. He was diagnosed while he was in third grade and started receiving Orton-Gillingham based intervention that year. We were homeschooling at the time and the onus …

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AI Learning Tool for Homeschool

Imagine a homeschooling program that used AI technology to assign students their work based on where they are? A program that grows with them and adapts to their understanding and learning? Imagine no more, because such a learning tool for homeschool is here. 21st-Century Learning in Homeschool Homeschooling can be hard, but when we had …

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Kindergarten Read Alouds

Want to spice up storytime with your kindergarteners? Check out this list of kindergarten read alouds that will keep them entertained and learning! Read Aloud Kindergarten read aloud books Reading aloud to kindergarteners is a fabulous way to grow their love of literature. Not only that, but books teach little learners about everything from feelings …

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Using Boom Cards in the ELA Classroom

Boom cards? They’re not just fun, they’re also great teaching and review tools! Learn more about using Boom cards for ELA! This article contains affiliate links to products that may help you. The Versatility of Boom Cards In a previous post, I introduced an amazing new teaching tool, Boom Cards.  If you’re not familiar with …

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How to Help Students with Letter Reversals

Letter reversals can be a struggle for some children. Though it can be troubling for parents and teachers, it’s not necessarily cause for alarm. Letter reversals aren’t uncommon in children 7 years old and younger. Why do kids reverse letters? One of the first things that come to mind with letter reversals is dyslexia. It’s …

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What are Boom Cards?

Whether you’re teaching virtually, in class, or homeschooling, you’re going to want to learn more about Boom Cards! There are so many reasons that kids, teachers, and parents love these digital wonders. This post contains affiliate links. What are Boom Cards? So what are Boom Cards, anyway? In a nutshell, they’re interactive, digital, self-grading task …

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Early Reader: My Book of Dinosaurs

Starting a unit on our prehistoric pals in your preschool class? Try incorporating this big book of dinosaurs into your lessons for those early readers of yours!  Book of dinosaurs Dinosaurs are awesome, but what’s even more awesome is knowing all the different types of dinosaurs that once existed. This free printable book gives kids …

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Early Reader: My Book of Tools – a Printable Tool Book

If your young boys are anything like mine were when they were young, they will LOVE this book of tools! This tool book is a preschool printable for early readers. Free Early Reader Tool Book Teachers can use this coloring book in their preschool classrooms to help their students with word recognition. Parents are also …

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Reading Book BINGO: Printable Reading Game

FREE Printable Book BINGO Reading Game I am always searching for ways to make reading more interesting, more exciting, more fun, more engaging for my kids. My youngest two are amazing readers – great comprehension and fluency, reading way above grade level, and, despite their protests, they do actually like to read. My oldest has dyslexia which makes sight reading a challenge, but …

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10 St. Patrick’s Day Children’s Books

St. Patrick’s Day is nearly upon us, and it’s the perfect time to start planning for fun on this wonderfully whimsical holiday. What better way to start off the celebration than by picking up some St. Patrick’s Day children’s books! Here are a few delightful books that will keep the kiddos’ attention and engage them …

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Book a Day Christmas Advent Calendar Printable

Between school, working, gift buying, and all of the other responsibilities during the holiday season, it can be easy to forget the true meaning of the holiday. ​ Thankfully, this Book-a-Day Christmas Advent Calendar is just the thing to help refocus your attention and bring the true meaning and spirit of the season into your home. ​ …

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The Best Books for Preschool

Reading is one of the most important things that you can begin teaching your children. Literacy is important for learning in every topic imaginable, so starting young and remaining consistent will help ensure your child’s success throughout life. That means you need to carefully select preschool books to keep your children engaged and interested in …

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