Get a glimpse into the proven strategies we've used to help over 150,000 amazing children (and adults) learn to read and spell. Don't miss this report!
If your child struggles to remember what he’s been taught, we can help! This must-have report covers topics that will help your child learn in a more efficient, effective way.
Letter reversals are a common struggle among early learners. The tactile ideas covered in this report can help put an end to that struggle!
If you suspect your child has dyslexia, this checklist is a good place to start. We’ve put the many symptoms of dyslexia in one convenient location.
Spelling doesn’t have to be hard. In this report, you will learn the key features that make All About Spelling easy to learn and easy to teach.
Discover this powerful multisensory approach to teaching, along with how it forms the backbone of the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs.
These printable cookbooks feature simple, tasty snacks that focus on letter recognition and important pre-reading skills. Perfect for your hungry preschooler!
Review compound words the easy way with this delicious matching game. We’ve included words from All About Reading levels 1-4, so everyone can join in the fun.
Beat the winter blues with hands-on reading and spelling review! Cookies, polar bears, and penguins come to the rescue to sharpen skills and increase motivation.
Would you like to sample 10 of our favorite All About Reading activities? Your kids will love this selection of hands-on, skill-building activities that take the struggle out of learning to read!
Teach those tricky spelling rules in fun way with these colorful spelling rules posters! Keep them nearby during lesson time as a simple visual reminder.
Picture books are a great way to help encourage a love of reading. Get started with these 17 printable library lists that have been hand-picked and arranged by topic.
Discover how motivating and fun spelling review can be with this mouth-watering game! This customizable, multisensory activity can be used for any level of spelling—even multiple levels at the same time.
If your child is a struggling speller—or if you simply want to help him reach the next level—be sure to incorporate these strategies in your lessons.
A logical, mastery-based approach to teaching reading and spelling is beneficial for all types of learners, but can make a world of difference for those who struggle.
Many children require a systematic, phonics-based approach to learning how to read. A critical, but often overlooked component of this approach is providing access to 100% decodable readers.
Do you teach a struggling learner? This resource page contains our top articles and resources for helping children who struggle find success in reading and spelling.
Reading and spelling each require a different set of skills. In order to help your child master each subject, we teach them independently from each other.
Many phonics programs only teach one rule for learning Silent E, which can lead to much confusion. By learning all of the jobs of Silent E, this confusion quickly becomes clarity.
There are so many things that tests can't measure, which is why we've created these encouraging posters for you to download and share with your children.
Learn how reals moms like you are using AAR and AAS to help with a variety of teaching struggles. You might just pick up a few handy tips along the way!
Though much of your child’s learning comes naturally as he plays and experiences life, there are some skills, like reading, that must eventually be taught.
Letter recognition is one of five critical pre-reading skills. These free downloadable activities will help your preschooler learn in a fun and relaxing way.
A large vocabulary is critical for reading comprehension. Learn how to expand your child’s vocabulary and nurture his or her reading ability.