What Are the First Signs of Dyslexia?

What Are the First Signs of Dyslexia?

What Are the First Signs of Dyslexia? Learn how to spot the early signs. Schedule a free reading skills check What is dyslexia? The first signs of dyslexia can be visible as early as a child starts to speak. Dyslexia is a neurological condition that affects reading....
What Is Phonics?

What Is Phonics?

What is Phonics? Phonics is method of teaching reading. Students learn to match spoken sounds to written letters. While engaging in phonics lessons, children learn how to break down words into individual letter sounds. Phonics helps children learn to hear and identify...
How to Teach Soft c

How to Teach Soft c

How to Teach Soft C What is soft c? The consonant letter <c> spells /s/ before <e, i, or y>. In this lesson, you’ll find a learning video and word lists. Schedule a free reading screening About Soft C Soft <c> comes about midway through the...
Teaching the Suffix -ed

Teaching the Suffix -ed

How to Teach the Suffix ed Start with reading! The suffix <ed> spells three sounds: /Id, t, d/. In this lesson, you’ll find a learning video, spelling exercises, a sample word list, and decodable passage. It will take a few days to get through this one! Schedule...
Games to Practice Silent e Words

Games to Practice Silent e Words

Practice Silent e Whether you call it ‘Magic’ e or ‘Bossy e’, here are few card games to help your students practice reading words with long-vowels and Silent <e>. All of the activities can be played after preparing the cards in the...
Letter Sounds for Struggling Students

Letter Sounds for Struggling Students

5 Easy Letter-Sound Activities for Struggling Students Help your students learn the letter sounds! When a student struggles to master their letter sounds, it just means they need more practice! This doesn’t have to be a daunting task for the teacher or the...