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from Institute for Excellence in Writing

Does IEW work with special needs children (SPED)?


Enjoyable, effective, easy-to-use! The Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW®) gives homeschooling parents the confidence to teach language arts-guaranteed!

from Education Possible

How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia

Language arts cover a broad range of subjects: reading, writing, grammar, literature, and speech. Where do you begin? There are so many different ways to teach and learn these subjects. Not only do you need to decide what to teach, but you also need to consider your child's learning style and interests. Check out the companies below for options for your eager and reluctant students. Featuring: Spelling You See, Express Readers, Institute for Excellence in Writing, Educents and…

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Reading Fluency Phrases

Reading Fluency Phrases These reading phrases are perfect for a quick fluency practice for emergent and/or struggling readers! NO PREP needed :)

CiRCE Institute : The Lost Tools of Writing uses time-tested exercises as tools that will help you and your students solve the three universal problems all writers face.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Grammar Usage Mini-Book (A Perfect Addition to an ELA Interactive Notebook)

This little resource includes 10 common writing mistakes that students are often confused with. A helpful resource for any form of writing!

Studies show the benefits of world language learning are extensive from enhanced creativity and empathy to improved critical thinking and communication skills. Middlebury Interactive's engaging language courses-named the Schoolhouse® Review Crew's Favorite Foreign Language Curriculum-offer K-12 students the opportunity to immerse themselves in language and culture in an interactive, online environment…