Parents, It's that time of year again. Summer is over, and it's time to get ready for a new school year. This year is different. There have been many changes due to the pandemic, and it's shifted our schedules, how we view education, and has left a lot of parents to make decisions that may … Continue reading Pandemic Schooling
Writing is not a skill that's developed overnight. It takes time, patience, guidance, and a lot of practice. For some reason, we believe that children should be born with the ability to write a fantastic five-paragraph essay that has ideas that flow, vivid details, amazing characters, varying sentences, and includes words that show off their … Continue reading Writing Strategies
"The purpose of special education is to provide equal access to education for children ages birth-21 by providing specialized services that will lead to school success in the general curriculum." One of the greatest myths that we believe about special education is that once a child enters the program, they will be labeled "special ed." forever. … Continue reading Special Education is ok!
Hey Village, By now, you've gotten into the groove of school and have some sort of routine set up. I bet you are rocking it out! Even though you're doing an excellent job with your child, I wanted to send an email to assist you. If your child is in grades K-3rd, he/she is probably … Continue reading Effective Spelling Strategies
Greetings, If you follow me on social media then you've already seen the digital book that I just released for beginning readers. This book focuses on the short vowel, a. The book has 38 words and falls between the 10L-200L range. This short book will assist your child in building fluency and decoding CVC and … Continue reading Digital Books