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Free STEM Lessons: Making a Milk Rainbow

How to Make A milk Rainbow

Making a milk rainbow or milk firework simply requires a few drops of food coloring placed in milk and a drop of soap added to initiate the chemical reaction between them

The Best Free Online Sentence Games

Sentence games are a successful way to introduce both the initial concepts of sentence construction to young learners, and then extending that learning with more complex structures

What To Do When Phonics Doesn’t Work

Methods such as whole language instruction, balanced literacy, and Native Instruction are alternatives to phonics and work well for many children, including those with Dyslexia.

How to Teach CVC Words to Children with activities and games.

The optimal way of teaching young learners CVC words is to firstly ensure that they are aware of the individual phonetic sounds. Following this using varied activities and approaches will have the best results

Meta Cognition Activities and Reading Comprehension

Meta cognition Activities

Metacognition and evaluating skills can be taught using many traditional classroom activities, mill drills, idea boards, Why, What, Where and time capsule activities are all relatively easily adapted to enable teachers to teach and practice meta cognition and evaluating skills with their students.

How to Make English Lessons More Fun

Fun English lessons

Making English lessons more enjoyable for students is beneficial on a number of levels. It can be achieved by introducing new and dynamic activities, considering their interests when planning

What Age Should You Start Teaching Phonics

Age to teach phonics

There is no magic age to begin teaching phonics, but you should begin fostering phonological awareness as early but at an appropriate time as possible.

What Reading Level Should a Kindergartener Be At?

A kindergartner should be at a reading level between 1 and 6. Higher reading levels indicate that they’re near the top of the range,

Is Listening to Music While Studying Bad?

However many studies have shown that music is often more of a distraction that a benefit. Though how much of a distraction can be dependent on both volume and music styles.

What Reading Level Should a First Grader Be At?

Reading levels FIrst grade

A first grader should be at a reading level between 3 to 12. Higher reading levels indicate that they’re near the top of their class, but there’s always room for growth.