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Small group is where the magic happens! There are so many moving pieces that getting started doesn’t always seem magical. With valuable tips and an in-depth look at smart small group techniques, we can provide our students with effective personalized instruction. Read on to learn how veteran educators create an
If you’ve ever felt a bit overwhelmed by all the different terms and ideas related to teaching reading, you’re definitely not alone. Today, we will explore two important terms: phonemes and graphemes. Reading can sometimes be tricky, and words like “phoneme” and “grapheme” might seem similar at first, but they
Creating a secure and nurturing learning environment is a top priority for educators. One crucial aspect of ensuring student safety is preparedness for unexpected situations through well-planned safety drills and procedures. This blog post will discuss the significance of safety drills and provide valuable resources to help you effectively implement
Phonological awareness is the ability to hear and work with the individual sounds in words. It’s a critical skill for early reading development, so it’s essential to identify any weaknesses as soon as possible. Read on or press play! This post contains affiliate links, you can take a peek at
It is essential for educators to understand the difference between phonemic awareness and phonics when teaching children how to read. They often appear similar on the surface, but in actuality, they are two different skills that work together to create proficient readers. Phonemic awareness focuses on identifying individual sounds within