We Are Music by Brandon Stosuy, is a short rhyming book that allows your children to discover various musical genres. Within the pages of this board book, we learned about rap, pop music, electric music, and much more. My children enjoyed the creative illustrations by Nick Radford. The pictures kept their attention and paired well … Continue reading BOTW: We Are Music by Brandon Stosuy
Learn how we used the Reading Unlocked program with Princess. Their Simplified Phonics™ method improves reading and writing skills in just 10 minutes each day.
The cool kids have enjoyed reading the first two books in the Goldtown Beginnings series by Susan K. Marlow. This new series, published by Kregal Publications, features adventures of Jem in his younger years.
This post is filled with my favorite and most cherished resources to teach reading. I've used most of these since Bear was in preschool and I'm glad I kept them for my other cool kids. Some items are free while other others can be purchased for $1-$8 in-store or online, especially if buying used. For … Continue reading Elementary Reading Resources
Today I'll be sharing our experience while using the Learning Dynamics program with Princess. This is a structured, multisensory, phonics-based system created to teach children how to read. For this review, we received the entire Learning Dynamics Reading Program.
Last year I introduced my son to the Hank the Cowdog series by John R. Erickson. I enjoyed this series as a child and gladly shared Hank's funny stories with Bear. Hank has his share of adventure while solving mysteries on a ranch in the panhandle. Throughout the series, you'll be introduced to various characters … Continue reading Book of the Day: Hank the Cowdog Series
This week I’ll be showing you the items that I purchased at thriftbooks.com. All the items in this video were $4 or less! I've also included a coupon code
For the past few months, Bam Bam has been mastering phonics via the Reading Intervention Programs offered by MaxScholar. This unique, multi-sensory, mobile, activity-based program was designed specifically to help students with Dyslexia, ADHD, and other reading processing problems. I decided to review this program for additional assistance in correcting our four-year-old's speech impediment. We … Continue reading Review: MaxScholar Reading Intervention Programs