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How to Teach Letter Recognition

If you are wondering how to teacher letter recognition to your students, then you are in the right spot! Keep on reading because we are going to be learning all about exactly what to do and I’m going to share 5 tips for teaching the alphabet and letter recognition to your kids. Let’s dive in! […]

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How To Help A Child Struggling With Reading

As educators, we always have students who struggle, but often times wonder how to help a child struggling with reading.  The question then arises, what is the best way to help a struggling reader? There are countless articles and research done on the best practices to help children with reading. However, how do you know […]

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3 Tips to Prevent Reading Failure – Reading Interventions for Struggling Readers

Preventing reading failure requires we provide reading interventions for struggling readers as early as possible. When I first was learning about how students learn to read, I was shocked to hear students who struggle with learning to read rarely ever catch up without intensive, expensive intervention. Studies show children who struggle in first grade with […]

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Phonics Scope and Sequence

How a Phonics Scope and Sequence Can Help a Struggling Reader The goal of this training is to be able to understand the benefits of a phonics scope and sequence for reading instruction and what you can do to start implementing a phonics scope and sequence in your classroom.  There are many skills that a […]

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How to Teach Letter Recognition

If you are wondering how to teacher letter recognition to your students, then you are in the right spot! Keep on reading because we are going to be learning all about exactly what to do and I’m going to share 5 tips for teaching the alphabet and letter recognition to your kids. Let’s dive in! […]

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How to Teach Sight Words

I love sight words. Anybody else love sight words too? I see the power in teaching them and the results that I can get. We’re going to jump into the importance of sight words and some easy steps for you to take to be able to jump in and start teaching them right away. Let’s […]

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Learning Outcomes vs. Activities

 Many times when I go into classrooms and work with teachers, I see that they have spent a lot of time on creating frameworks. Frameworks teach kids routines. Whether it be how to rotate through centers or how to read the room or self read, these frameworks help with the management of the classroom. […]

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How To Help A Child Struggling With Reading

As educators, we always have students who struggle, but often times wonder how to help a child struggling with reading.  The question then arises, what is the best way to help a struggling reader? There are countless articles and research done on the best practices to help children with reading. However, how do you know […]

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What is Phonological Awareness?

If you’re a teacher or parent that has been working on bringing your struggling readers up to grade level, phonological awareness will be of some help to you. Often times, phonological awareness seems to be a bit of a mystery… or it may be confused with phonemic awareness and phonics. Lots of times people ask, […]

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