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D.E.A.R Days: Drop Everything and Read
D.E.A.R Days: Drop Everything and Read
Drop Everything and Read! D.E.A.R. Days are an inventive way to show children the joy of reading....
Guided Reading
Guided Reading
Is your child learning to read? If he or she already knows many letters, sounds, and perhaps even words, it might be a good time to introduce 'guided reading' into…...
Hosting an Author in the Classroom
Hosting an Author in the Classroom
Hosting an author in the classroom is a memorable event for all involved. To make sure your author visit is a success, develop an author shortlist, decide on desired…...
Independent Reading
Independent Reading
Independent reading is just as important as other methods of learning to read. Here’s how to make sure it’s occurring!...
Phono-Graphix
Phono-Graphix
If you have a child who is learning to read, Phono-Graphix could be the most straightforward method to teach spelling and words that you’ll ever use....
Shared Reading
Shared Reading
Sharing a book with a group of children is a fabulous way to encourage a lifelong love of reading, whether you’re a parent or teacher!...
Sight Word Recognition
Sight Word Recognition
Helping your child learn sight words is essential to a lifelong love of reading!...
Synthetic Phonics
Synthetic Phonics
The technique of using synthetic phonics to help children to read has taken the UK by storm and is now the preferred teaching method in schools throughout the country.…...
Using Technology to Help Kids Read
Using Technology to Help Kids Read
Are you searching for a way to help your child read (or read more proficiently)? Why not try using technology?...
Whole Language Reading
Whole Language Reading
Whole language reading, though often 'pitted' against phonics, has its own usefulness. Here’s how you can use this method in conjunction with other techniques for…...
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