Digital Books

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

Sight words & Reading

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

Mastering Content or Meaningful Content

When planning a meaningful lesson, one of the first things you should ask yourself is, “What’s the end result and how can my students make a real-world connection after the lesson is finished?” There is a difference between mastering content and meaningful content. About a month ago, one of my students (at my tutoring center) … Continue reading Mastering Content or Meaningful Content

Reading VS Recall

As an educator, one of the hardest things to communicate to a parent is, “Your child has a deficit in,” especially when the parent is confident in the child’s ability to read. As a Reading Specialist, it’s my job to make sure I educate my parents about their child's deficit, and to empower and equip … Continue reading Reading VS Recall