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Book Recommendation: Language at the Speed of Sight

[Source:  Reading Rockets.org] A few months ago, I read Mark Seidenberg’s Language at the Speed of Sight. Seidenberg is a psychologist who studies reading, and his book is remarkably intelligent, frank, and witty. I think there is an occasional mistake or … Continue reading


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Crazy Story: Summer

[Source:  Education.com] Got a kid crazy for Mad Libs? Hand her this summertime edition of the classic kid’s game that sneakily works on grammar and other writing “hardware” that kids encounter in later elementary years. This worksheet is perfect for … Continue reading


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Silly Sentences Reading Game with Jenga Blocks

[Source:  Childhood 101] This DIY reading game is a great resource for beginning or struggling readers. In fact, my 5 year old early reader has been having lots of fun with our set since I made it a few weeks … Continue reading


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Roll a Shape Printable Game

[Source:  No Time for Flashcards] I have been working on writing my new printable Build Preschool thematic units, and I made this game for my mini unit on shapes. It is a simple game that is targetted at preschoolers to play independently … Continue reading


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Pretend Paper Hair Salon for Kids

[Source:  Inner Child Fun] This pretend paper hair salon could keep the kids happily entertained for hours! During a recent visit to the craft store, Clara (age 8) spotted some foam heads. She had been wanting to create a pretend … Continue reading


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