Besides being a fun game, especially if it is timed, matching games are useful for kids. Use this free memory match shell games as the summer winds down for a fun game to exercise your student’s memory. There are so many benefits to memory match games for your students, young and old. Memory match games […]
How to Develop Reading Fluency
This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. If your child struggles with reading fluency—and listening to him read aloud is a painful experience—then this article is for you! We’ve all heard kids who read aloud with a choppy, almost robotic tone. It’s hard to grasp […]
Help! My Child Skips Small Words While Reading
This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. Are you worried about your child skipping words when reading aloud? If so, don’t worry. It’s a very common problem, and even adults do it! Almost everyone does it when we’re reading inside of our heads as well. […]
30+ Important Things Tests Can’t Measure + Free Poster!
This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. Unfortunately, standardized tests are the way we have at the moment to assess learning and understanding of concepts. For many people, they can cause a lot of stress, and children don’t always perform as well as they normally […]
The Amazing List of FREE Human Body Resources!
Learning about the human body is an essential part of our education, and it can be started in preschool and continue into the rest of our lives. It’s an important subject, but it is difficult to teach if you don’t have the right materials or ideas to work with. Lucky for you, we here at […]
A Treasure Trove of FREE Pirate Activities!
All About Learning wants to help you get creative in your homeschool! For a fun day or even a unit, check out this Treasure Trove of FREE Pirate Activities! This post includes ideas of how to get into a pirate theme such as talking like a pirate, dressing like a pirate, and more! It also […]
10 Ways to (Not) Sabotage Your School Year
This is a guest post from Alicia Kazsuk, author of Plan To Be Flexible: Designing A Homeschool Year and Daily Schedule That Works For Your Family. 10 Ways to (Not) Sabotage Your School Year The scene is oh-too-familiar for many of us. It’s late August, the school year is quickly approaching and we homeschool moms are gearing […]
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