Let's start by being clear about teaching high-frequency words! Are they high-frequency words or sight words; popcorn words, flash words, heart words, or tricky words? Perhaps they're decodable, nondecodable, regular, or irregular. How do we make sense of it all? Why should we teach high-frequency ... Read More about How to Make Sense of Teaching High-Frequency Words
Are you ready to implement an analogy-based phonics program with your students? If so, your first step is to check out my last blog post, Everything You Need to Know About Analogy-Based Phonics. Thinking about developing your own program? Be sure to read these suggestions! How to Start Teaching ... Read More about Would You Like a Free Sample of an Awesome Analogy-Based Phonics Program?
Are you searching for more ways to teach phonics? In that case, consider adding analogy-based phonics to your teaching repertoire. You can implement phonics instruction in several ways. Your choices include synthetic, analytic, and analogy-based approaches. I used one or more of these ... Read More about Everything You Need to Know About Analogy-Based Phonics
Who doesn't love the warm, ooey-gooey, chocolaty mess of a s'more? I can't think of a more tempting summertime (or any time) theme! If you need a reason to enjoy eating one (or two), celebrate National S'mores Day on August 10th! Keep reading to find out s'more about two teaching resources ... Read More about You Need to Try These Activities for S’more Fun