FREE Phonics Reading Passages (Level 2)

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Phonics reading passages help students drastically improve their literacy development. Use these free phonics-based reading passages for fluency, skill-based reading comprehension, vocabulary, and writing to last through the entire year. Also, check out the tips and tricks to keep young learners engaged and learning while having some fun. These phonics activities and learning strategies are simple and interactive, making it worthwhile […]

FREE Cheaper by the Dozen Literature Unit Study and Printable

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Learn about life in the 1910s and 1920s through the hilarious antics of the Gilbreth family from the Cheaper by the Dozen book. The free unit study comes with a free printable unit study planner to download for keeping everything on track. We probably have all saw the movie before, but do you know that […]

How to Make Your Own Homeschool Reading Curriculum

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If your child is struggling with your current reading program, then maybe try to create one on your own. You can make your own homeschool reading curriculum that will hold your child’s attention, educate, and make your day go by a little smoother. Many kids don’t fit into a box like other kids. They learn […]

Bring HEAT to Your Book Talks- FREE Graphic Organizer Templates

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Bring elements of the HEAT method to your homeschool’s book talks with this free graphic organizer template. Traditional book talks are a little outdated as kids are getting more and more creative. Traditional talks included introducing themselves, stating the book title, telling a fact about the book, and encouraging the audience to read the book. […]

FREE Little Boy Blue Printables and Activities

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This Little Boy Blue resource will go along well with your lessons when teaching rhyme. Rhymes are also fun to read each week with your homeschool as they are a reading comprehension building source that is simple for them to understand. Little Boy Blue is such a great classic to keep alive. Grab this resource […]

How to Teach Sight Words to Kids With Dyslexia

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Learn specific methods to help you teach your child with dyslexia. Sight words are words that don’t follow the usual rules and therefore, need to be memorized by ‘sight’. Unfortunately, memorizing sight words is something a child with dyslexia can’t do. People with dyslexia can be taught to read, but with the right methods. Read […]

FREE Reading List For Homemakers

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This reading list for homemakers will hopefully provide you help with the practical tips and biblical encouragement to embrace your calling as homemaker. Moms honestly do so much. We are stay-at-home-moms, sometimes homeschooling and/or working from home on top of making our house a home. Although it seems as though we may have it all […]

“You Bet Your Life” with Groucho Marx – FREE Audio Download

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FREE Summer laughs available for a limited time! Groucho Marx of the Marx Brothers hosted an American quiz show on both radio and television from 1947-1961. The play of the game was secondary to the hilarious interplay between Groucho, the contestants, and announcer (and foil) George Fenneman. It will keep your kids (and you) in stitches! […]

5 Things Kids Need to Know Before Sounding Out Words

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If you have a young learner at home and are eager to start teaching him/her to read, then you may want to know these five skills to teach first. Sounding out words is a developmental skill that should be introduced gently, reintroduced later if its too hard, and provided with plenty of practice when kids […]