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How Teachers Can Support Students with Dyslexia in the Elementary Classroom

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McKenna Wierman

When you understand what dyslexia is and how to work around it, you give dyslexic students in your class a better shot at success. Dyslexia has nothing to do with intelligence or ability; and while there is no magical cure for dyslexia, it can be overcome.

[Product Update] Reading Eggs is Receiving a Powerful Data Refresh!

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McKenna Wierman

Edmentum’s learn-to-read program, Reading Eggs, is making it even easier for you to monitor reading progress and proficiency by launching a brand-new data dashboard!

[Elementary Learning] Our Favorite Videos from EducationCity and Reading Eggs

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Sarah Cornelius

Check out five of our favorite catchy tunes from Reading Eggs and EducationCity to make foundational practice fun for your elementary students!

[Foundational Literacy] 3 Questions About Sight Words Answered

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McKenna Wierman

Being familiar with different sight words is critical to every young student's literacy journey.

[Foundational Literacy] A Summer Reading Take-Home Kit for Your Elementary Students

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Sarah Cornelius

We’ve compiled several of our favorite reading and literacy activities from Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress to share with your pre-K through 6th grade students and encourage them to keep reading at home over the summer!

Kindergarten Readiness: Preparing Students for Foundational Learning

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Madison Michell

While some children will enter kindergarten already able to write their names and identify letters of the alphabet, others will just be learning how to sit nicely in a chair or cooperate with other students of the same age. We've put together several criteria to consider as you assess your incoming kindergarteners for academic readiness.

Reenergizing the Daily 5 in Your Classroom

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Madison Michell

As we step into April (can you believe it’s here already?), it’s officially safe to start your countdown to the end of the school year!

By the Numbers: Why Early Literacy Matters

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Sarah Cornelius

We love having the opportunity to celebrate reading and focus on the importance of literacy every March in recognition of National Reading Month. This year, we celebrated Dr.

[Foundational Literacy] Building Your Elementary Classroom Library

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McKenna Wierman

The best way to develop literacy skills in young readers is to simply get them reading. Building your own classroom library is a great way to encourage kids to look for books that interest them, explore new topics, and become proficient, independent readers.

Celebrate Read Across America Day: 5 Dr. Seuss Favorites to Share with Your Students

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Sarah Cornelius

Every year, Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2nd to commemorate the birthday of beloved (and prolific) children’s author, Dr. Seuss, and kick off National Reading Month.

Five Read Alouds to Celebrate 100 Days of School

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Madison Michell

The 100th day of school is just around the corner! As you collect ideas for crafts, snacks, and fun activities students will participate in this year, take a look at this list of five read alouds and corresponding activities to help you celebrate the day together—and sneak in a little learning along the way!

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