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Learning in Motion: Fun with Phonics

“What we learn with pleasure, we never forget.”  -Alfred Mercier Phonics In Motion Learning  Phonics in Motion is a unique learning program that incorporates kinesthetic techniques in addition to auditory and visual sensory information.  Children do not have a “one size fits all” learning style, therefore educational experiences tailored to a child’s learning styles will […]

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An Inclusive Classroom Benefits Students in All Stages of Early Literacy

Mark loves to build things.  Lainey loves to act things out.  Cameron loves to draw.  Marquis is a dancer and loves to move!  Research shows that an inclusive classroom benefits all students.  When planning, we need to focus equally on what children learn, and how they learn.  Learners have different learning styles to acquire knowledge, […]

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Providing A Safe Learning Environment For Improved Literacy Outcomes

We are a diverse society with an equally diverse learning population. Students arrive at school with varying degrees of knowledge and capabilities. Providing a safe learning environment is the first step in laying a solid educational foundation. As any kindergarten teacher can tell you, some students walk in on the first day with the ability […]

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How To Help A Child Struggling With Reading and Writing

How To Help A Child Struggling With Reading and Writing   In your classroom, you may find yourself faced with a child struggling with reading and writing. The reasons for this are wide-ranging, as anything from lack of literacy exposure to difficulty with the ability to hear and record sounds can impact early literacy.  The […]

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