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...
Double the Consonant Rules

Double the Consonant Rules

Double the Consonant Rules Should I double the consonant? Spelling doesn’t have to stump your readers. The key to elevate a student’s understanding is to explain the reason behind English spelling. Schedule a free reading screening Three rules to help your...
Games and Activities for Teaching Homophones

Games and Activities for Teaching Homophones

Games for Teaching Homophones Fun learning games for homophones coming up! A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same or sounds the same as another word, but has a different meaning. Schedule a free reading screening 4 Games to Practice Homophones Homophones...
Spelling Rules for c, k and ck

Spelling Rules for c, k and ck

Spelling Rules: Do I use c, k, or ck? Help your students learn when to use c, k, and ck! During spelling in my tutoring sessions, students often asked, “Do I use c or k?”, and honestly I didn’t know how to answer that question! Once I did some research, I created a...
Should You Add -s or -es?

Should You Add -s or -es?

Should You Add -s or -es? I’ll admit, when teaching how to form plurals, I used to teach students to add <-es> when the word ended with s, ch, x, and I can’t even remember the rest! How would I expect a student to learn this when it seems so...