Monthly Archives: October 2015

Five Simple Ways To Read Regularly With Your Children

on 15 October 2015

We all know how important it is to read with our kids. It not only improves literacy skills, it can also instill a love of reading. But with dinner to make, soccer practices and other activities, daily reading can be difficult to fit in to our busy schedules. 

With these challenges in mind, here are five simple ways to read regularly with your kids – whether you read to them or they read to you.

  1. Choose a good book

This may seem obvious, but it can be a struggle....

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Your Questions Answered About the Orton-Gillingham Approach

on 1 October 2015

  1. What is the Orton-Gillingham approach?

The Orton-Gillingham approach helps people learn to read, spell and write if they have difficulty learning language skills. People with dyslexia benefit from this approach. OG is a multi-sensory, sequential, structured approach to teaching reading, spelling and written expression. Beginning with the basic components of language instruction, and building on those components from the simple to complex.

  1. Is this...

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