October 24, 2014
Father helping son do homework

What is Dyslexia? Myths Debunked

Being a teacher of students with dyslexia is a sort of role reversal. The learning curve for teachers who work with dyslexic students is tremendous, particularly […]
October 17, 2014

Inspiring Your Kids to Write

A lot of ink is spilled on how to raise readers. The flip side of that literacy coin is equally important–inspiring children to write.Just like there […]
October 2, 2014

Simple Accommodations to Help Active Children Remain Focused

Remaining focused can be challenging for some children. Over the years, I learned about and added a variety of techniques to my classroom that seemed to […]
September 24, 2014

Fall Into Fun with Your Family

Fall is my absolute favorite season and it is a sensory delight for children. Whistling winds, brightly colored leaves, the scent of pumpkin pie, the cozy […]