Thanks so much to all of you who shared your creative ideas for school-aged kids last week! I’ve picked a few favorites I don’t want you to miss.
Crystal and Comp shared a great list of dyslexia resources for parents. You’ll learn about resource books, accomodations, and more. And while we’re on this topic, I also want you to encourage you to check out a post I read recently from Imagination Soup. Early Signs of Dyslexia is something I wish I’d have read when I was a classroom teacher — it’s full of valuable information for both teachers and parents.
I’m always on the lookout for new ways to practice sight words. This one requires just a little bit of prep and a lovely fall day. You can find Apple Tree Words over at JDaniel4’s Mom.
Aren’t these pumpkins amazing? You’ve got to check out this tutorial for melted crayon pumpkins over at School Time Snippets. I hope I can talk my kids into using one of our jack-o-lantern pumpkins for this!
Are your kids overwhelmed by big school projects? Or maybe you’re overwhelmed! This is a great idea for tackling those big assignments from Afterschool for Smarty Pants – make a taskboard.
One of my favorite things to do is read my childhood favorites to my own kids. So I’m excited to share this list of vintage books for fall from KC Edventures!
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