Developing strong reading comprehension skills is critical to overall reading success. Often, students struggle with mastering comprehension skills. If you are a parent who wants to know how you can work with your child on reading comprehension at home, this episode is for you! Tune in for my top five practical and easy-to-implement tips for
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Do you ever feel like you can’t keep up with all of the reading your middle schooler is doing? As parents, we want to know what our kids are reading and have meaningful conversations with them about books. But, seriously, it can become difficult as they get older! Well, have no fear – Laura Kebart
Have you heard of book trailers? They’re really fun! In this solo episode, we’re covering what they are and why I love them! Tune in to this episode for… My top three reasons to use book trailers with your kids and students. A fun bonus activity to work on with your students or kids. A
In this episode, I share an amazing interview with Emily Laidlaw. We’re talking about letter confusion – what it is and how to address it at home! Emily has worked in private and public schools in various capacities, including as program director for students with learning differences and as a reading interventionist. She’s tutored in
Parents often ask about the best online tools for reading and writing. There are A LOT out there. Some are better than others and some will be a better fit for you and your learner. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning. In this solo episode, I’m sharing five of my favorite online tools for
It’s that time of year – back to school! Let me ask you a question… do you know if your child is learning structured literacy or whole language in their classroom this year? If you don’t know, this episode is for you! In our season 3 premiere, I’m joined by Jill Kohlenberg. Jill is an