There are so many parents that are frustrated because they don't know to exercise their rights. The school can not come to you and tell you that they are going to retain your child. There is a process. Click the link to this video to find out more. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube … Continue reading Retention or Intervention: Know your Rights
When I found out I was pregnant with my first child, I immediately started thinking about her education. My husband and I started talking about moving to a different zip code so that we could be in the "best" school district. For us, choosing the right school for our child was vital because we wanted … Continue reading There are no great schools only great teachers.
Greetings Family, I just wanted to send out a note to let you know that we've dropped another resource. It’s an ebook that focuses on the short vowel, /I/. It’s aligned to the CCSS, and includes simple sentences, helps build fluency, and allows the child to decode CVC words. I’ve also included sight … Continue reading New Resource: Short Vowel i
There is a push in lower grades for children to memorize the list of sight words that are comparable to their grade level. Sight words are frequently used words in a text that students recognize instantly without sounding them out. They account for about 75% of words that beginning readers see in a book, and … Continue reading Sight words & Reading
Annotating the text is a great skill to use during reading. It allows the child to take notes, highlight important information to find later, identify unknown vocabulary words, phrases, or ideas, and jot down their feelings and thoughts about the text. Does your child annotate while reading? If they don't, please start using this skill. … Continue reading Annotating the Text