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Fluency & Vocabulary Development

  • Determining Reading Rates NEW
    Step-by-step directions you can follow at home to calculate your child's oral or silent reading rate.

  • Reading Miscues NEW
    Common reading errors kids make and what that can tell us about their reading strengths and weaknesses.

  • 2nd Look Sentences
    Fun way to practice close-reading skills for kids who struggle with comprehension and skipping over words in text.
  • Oral vs Silent Reading NEW
    Understanding why oral reading rates are lower than silent reading rates.

  • Unschooling Fluency
    Ideas for teaching fluency without a formal curriculum

  • Unschooling Vocabulary
    Ideas for teaching vocabulary development without a formal curriculum

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  • Reading Curriculum Reviews
    Trying to figure out what's the right phonics and language arts curriculum for your child? Read what other parents have to say about some of the top homeschool curricula on the market and see if it's going to be a good match.
  • 13 Books Neil deGrasse Tyson Thinks Your Kids Should Read NEW
    Something for all ages on this list. Check it out, if you're looking for something new to read.
  • 11 Favorite Books of Barack Obama to Share with Your child
    Over the years, former President Obama shared some of his all-time favorite kid's books. Yes, there's even a comic book on the list.
  • Be a Rebel, Read a Banned Book
    In honor of National Banned Book Week, pick one of the top banned books in the US and read it today!
  • Children's Magazines
    Kids love to receive snail-mail, so treat them to a monthly magazine subscription that will tickle their curiosity bone. You'll find dozens of magazines for kids, specializing in topics like math, science, history, and literature.
  • Fiction Reading Lists Organized by themes, like math, geology, early chapter books, and coming of age - you'll find hundreds of books organized by reading levels and ages.

  • Reading Contests
    Get your kids motivated to read by entering any a number contests.
  • Homeschool Inspiration
    Homeschool moms who have made it through the K - 12 journey share their thoughts, fears, and hard-earned words of wisdom.



April 02, 2020


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