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10 Steps to a More Confident Reader

You can help your child be a more confident reader. It is very common for unmotivated readers to be struggling readers. Imagine…If it is hard to read, you probably won’t be very motivated to do it more. One way we can improve motivation in readers is to first build up their confidence. They need to […]

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3 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Sight Words

Do you have a child at home working on learning sight words?  Do you wonder how to help your child learn sight words? Are you bored with the same old activities? If you answered YES to any of the questions above, then this post is for you! I’m going to share 3 things you probably […]

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Comprehension Starter Kit

Did you know that children who have comprehension issues often fly under the radar? Educators are quick to notice the children that are struggling with decoding words and reading fluency in early elementary school, but often comprehension issues aren’t discovered until later in their school career. Difficulty with reading comprehension creates challenges in all areas […]

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Are You Making These 3 Fatal Mistakes When it Comes to Teaching the Alphabet?

Let’s chat about 3 big mistakes that might be holding you back from teaching your children the alphabet.  As you read this, I want you to be honest with yourself. Are you currently making any of these 3 mistakes? If you are, don’t worry — I’ve included some tips to help you fix them! Mistake […]

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Use Audiobooks to Get Your Child Excited About Reading!

When Michael was in first grade he was not interested in stories or reading. We had listened to a few podcasts but audiobooks really changed the game for him. He was always interested in stories and topics beyond his reading level and audiobooks opened the door to those books and areas of interest. And the […]

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A Typical Online Tutoring Session Sneak Peek

One of the best things about being an online tutor is that I get to individualize instruction to each student’s needs. I am not tied to the constraints of a strict curriculum. While I like to follow a basic structure for my sessions, each student has different gaps and therefore the lessons all look a […]

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