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In this very exciting solo episode, we are going to talk about how you can use music to help your child with their reading fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary skills. We’ll start by discussing exactly what fluency is. Then, we’ll look at using favorite and familiar songs to encourage and engage reluctant readers. Tune in for

3.20 Using Music to Increase Fluency and Motivate Reluctant Readers

I’m so excited to welcome Olivia Richardson to The Reading Project Podcast.  Olivia is a reading interventionist and first-year, 1st-grade teacher. After school, she uses her signature 3-step framework to help her students master phonics quickly so they can finally read their favorite books! Tune in to this episode where we’ll be discussing learningg styles

3.19 Teach Your Students How They are Best Able to Learn with Olivia Richardson

I’m so excited to welcome Emily Gibbons of The Literacy Nest to The Reading Project Podcast. She is a mom of four and an educator who loves creating and blogging about all things literacy. As a certified Orton Gillingham educator, she seeks to provide resources that assist teachers, families, and children with all aspects of structured literacy

3.18 Dyslexia Debunked with Emily Gibbons=

Have you ever wondered what to do when you’re reading with your kiddo at home and they make a mistake? In this episode, I’m joined by a special guest, Lindsey Norton. Lindsey is a former classroom teacher turned private tutor. She’s the owner of Kids Tutoring Online and she’s been educating preschoolers-fifth graders since 2014.

3.17 4 Reading Error-Correction Tips & Tricks with Lindsey Norton

Let me introduce you to Laurie Molnar. Laurie is a certified Level OG (Orton-Gillingham) practitioner with over 35 years of experience teaching students in public, private, and homeschool settings. She is also a learning disability and dyslexia specialist. Laurie knows we all learn best and are willing to make mistakes when we are relaxed and

3.16 Beginning Readers and Struggling Readers. What’s the Difference? with Laurie Molnar

I’m often asked for more episodes about writing, helping reluctant writers, or tips and tricks for getting kids to write more. In this episode, I’m joined by Liz Ward. Liz is a writing teacher who has 12 years of experience as a brick-and-mortar teacher. She is currently a teacher librarian and teaches writing classes part-time

3.15 Helping Kids Find Their Voices Through Writing with Liz Ward