I get a fair number of email questions and I spend a lot of time in these one-on-one messages crafting a meaningful response. I like being helpful, but the big downside is that only one person ever sees the response, even though many people may have the same question. I’ve gathered up some of the…
The names of letters are just a way for us to talk about letters. They are not related to the core skills of reading (decoding) or spelling (encoding), they are only used for talking about letters in isolation.
Do you have any suggestions on how to curate literature for children? And how to build literacy through them? Do you use reading comprehension questions/writing exercises?
What are your thoughts about movies in the classroom?
Is your reading program is suitable for parents with children in conventional school? Would this be conflicting or confusing for the child?
How do you use the Geography Charts?
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