Ever had a student get stuck on a relatively common yet phonetically tricky word? A better question would be...who hasn't? I can't even count the number of times I've been in this situation. In those moments, we run through our mental ... Read More
There's something truly magical about a New England spring. The birds are chirping, the sun is shining again and... well...yes, sometimes it's still snowing. Or sleeting. And the temperature might drop below 20 degrees (anyone else ... Read More
Welcome back to our Science of Reading deep-dive. In part one, we opened the door to understanding the research behind the Science of Reading. In part two, we examined the recommendations for classroom practice, and in part three and ... Read More
Free Summer Math Menus
Want to help maintain your students' math skills this summer? Grab these free Summer Choice Boards for your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students! Each menu includes 10 weeks of open-ended math activities (that's 50 in total) to reach ALL of your students.
I'm so excited to be back for part four of our series on the Science of Reading! Today we're going to dig deeper into how we can make adaptations in our own classrooms that will benefit all students. Especially if we’re teaching in a ... Read More
Welcome back, friends! If you’ve been on this Science of Reading journey with me this far, you’ve got an understanding of what the research says and the components of the Science of Reading. You’re probably itching to put some of these ... Read More
Welcome back to our Science of Reading deep-dive. In the first post in this series, we talked about what the Science of Reading is and why it is so important right now. Let's get into the nitty-gritty and explore what this actually ... Read More