One of the best ways to celebrate the autumn season is to whip up something tasty in the kitchen. There are so many easy fall recipes for kids that provide a fun way to get kids cookin’! In addition, there’s an opportunity to engage in real-life math for kids – measuring, volume, doubling recipes, learningContinue reading “Easy Fall Recipes for Kids”
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How to Teach your Child to be Self-Directed
We all know certain kiddos that just can’t seem to stay focused or maintain a pathway of self-direction, let alone initiative. But alas, there is hope! Read on…
Tricks & Tips to Launch the School Year Right
A new school year doesn’t have to be hectic and stressful. Here are some ways to alleviate the headache and keep things running smoothly. Top 10 Tips to Launch the School Year Like a Pro Whether your children are rushing off to get to school on-time or you are trying to launch your homeschool beforeContinue reading “Tricks & Tips to Launch the School Year Right”
Does Reading Tutoring Help?
Tutoring for struggling students should be effective, develop proficiency, and be something the student looks forward to.
Reading Strategies for Struggling Readers
Many are surprised to discover their child has significant gaps in the foundational stages that pave the way to successful reading down the road. The good news is, identifying gaps provides a starting point for you to target instruction!
I am also a credentialed teacher with extensive training in reading, Dyslexia, Orton-Gillingham methods and curriculums, and struggling learners.