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Reading Games You Can Make in Just 15 Minutes

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Learning to read is so exciting! What a privilege it is to teach our children this skill that sets them on the road to knowledge. You can make learning to read fun with these reading games. They’re easy to make, and you just might already have the supplies around your home!Click here to create reading […]

FREE Writing Prompts for Kids

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Free Writing Prompts for Kids Most of us tend to have two types of writers in our homes – a reluctant one or one who loves to write. These writing prompts for kids would fit both needs. They are imaginative. If you have a kid who loves to dream, then they will enjoy these free writing […]

Simple Prepositions for Little Learners FREE Printable

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Prepositions are the backbone for any Language Arts Curriculum! I found some really great ideas for teaching prepositions to little learners. In this fun game, your children create their own little mice to use and place with the different prepositions. Hands on learning is a great way to get concepts to stick.Grab the free printable preposition […]

60+ FREE Printable Phonics Cards

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If you have a blossoming reader, you will want to download this fantastic tool for learning vowel sounds, blends, digraphs, and more. There are over 60 phonics cards, and they are each as cute as can be!Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our […]

Do You Haiku? FREE Writing Exercise for National Poetry Month

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April is National Poetry Month. What a wonderful time to try your hand at writing a poem like a simple Haiku. This is a great writing prompt for a middle or high school student. Learn exactly what a haiku poem is, and read some examples. Then you have the opportunity to create your very own […]

FREE Vocabulary Resource Pack

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I am blessed with a highschooler who absolutely loves words. Since she learned to read she always had a dictionary nearby and would flip through it for fun (what a nerd, huh? LOL.)We have second grader too and I have been searching for something that would help her develop her vocabulary that wasn’t teacher intensive. I […]

Hands-On Teaching Ideas

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Most children love to do crafts and are responsive to hands-on teaching. Here are a bunch of great ideas to teach language arts, science, math, history, and STEM. “How Did Pirates Navigate: Teaching Kids to Read a Map” and “Exploding Minecraft Creeper-Inspired Alka Seltzer Rockets” – these are ideas are terrific! Your kids will be […]

FREE Adventure Builder Story Builders Cards

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Your reluctant writers will absolutely love these story builder cards that will prompt them to create their very own adventures!This freebie includes192 printable StoryBuilder cards (in two versions—black and white and color)blank templates for making your own cardsdirections for using the promptsThese writing prompts are designed for grades 3-8, but younger children and even teens […]

FREE Printable Write the Beginning Sound Worksheets

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Cute, cute, cute! These worksheets are so cute they make me want to grab a pencil and fill one out myself! You can give your student extra practice working on beginning sounds with these free, printable worksheets. Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with […]