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Consists of reading tips and guide from various resources and experts that will help you teach your child how to read on an early age.

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A Heggerty Love Story

A Heggerty Love Story

“How do you teach phonemic awareness?” I asked my new team when I transitioned from teaching second grade to kindergarten. Little did I know, this question would catapult me into falling in love with the Heggerty Phonemic Awareness curriculum. Co-teaching a lesson with a first-grade teacher. Hunting for the Missing Piece That year wasn’t the […]

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Tutoring vs. Remediation. What’s the Difference?

Tutoring vs. Remediation. What’s the Difference?

Remediation programs can be essential in overcoming a learning disability; how is remediation different from a regular tutoring program? About this Event Tutoring vs. Remediation. What’s the Difference? There is a lot to learn when navigating the educational world with a child who has language-based learning disabilities including dyslexia. As parents, we must become our […]

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“A must have app!” – Reading Eggs Review

“A must have app!” – Reading Eggs Review

Over 250 mums recently reviewed Reading Eggs and scored it an amazing 4.75 out of 5 on the Mouths of Mums review website. One mum shares: “I’ve seen many mum’s talk about reading eggs and have never really thought too much about it. I once looked into it and seen the subscription costs and thought […]

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“Kids love ABC Reading Eggs” – Reading Eggs Review

“Kids love ABC Reading Eggs” – Reading Eggs Review

Over 250 mums recently reviewed Reading Eggs and scored it an amazing 4.75 out of 5 on the Mouths of Mums review website. One mum shares: “I have 2 young boys aged 6 and 5 years old and they both love the app. They are always asking if they can use it. It’s a fun […]

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What is Learning A-Z?

What is Learning A-Z?

With flexible, leveled products from Learning A-Z, it’s easier than ever to help your students reach their learning goals. Learning A-Z can adapt to any classroom to support instruction in reading, writing, vocabulary, science, and test-taking skills. By keeping your instructional needs in mind, Learning A-Z provides resources that empower your teaching and support all […]

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