Rhymes for kids help children notice that words are clumps of sounds with a similar pattern. When they begin spelling and reading words later, they’ll notice that rhyming words often end with the same letters. For instance, cat, bat, sat and hat all end with the...Read More
All clothing provided by JCPenney. Most days, I share fun learning activities for kids. That’s our thing after all. But today is a little different. I’m excited to join JCPenney’s #ThatsMyKid campaign and introduce you to the mini models behind the photos...Read More
Activities for ages 3 to 5. Rhymes for kids are big in our family. Rhyming helps my boys notice patterns in the way words sound – an important pre-reading skill - and, as a BIG bonus, they’re one of the easiest ways to keep them entertained when we’re...Read More
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Get preschoolers ready for kindergarten with 42 fun and effective alphabet, math and fine motor activities. Read more.
An easy way to make learning how to read and write sight words fun for kids. Read more.
Take our 10-week, interactive program sharing the most effective and motivating ways to teach kids how to read. Read more.