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Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Learning Digraphs can be really fun if you make a game out of it. Here is a fun game that you can use in your phonics lessons to practice digraphs.

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Learning to Read with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Learning to Read with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Apraxia of Speech is a speech disorder that makes it difficult for children to pronounce syllables and words. Apraxia can affect reading because when a child struggles with saying the sounds, they also struggle with reading the sounds. If you are wondering how to help...

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How Do I Homeschool? Reviews PRIDE Reading Program

How Do I Homeschool? Reviews PRIDE Reading Program

How Do I Homeschool? Reviews PRIDE Reading Program Rebecca, author of the blog How Do I Homeschool?, has been using the PRIDE Reading Program with her child. She and her son enjoy the multisensory methods used to help him develop his early reading skills. Rebecca, who...

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Teaching Inferencing to Improve Reading Comprehension

Teaching Inferencing to Improve Reading Comprehension

There are so many skills that go into learning to read, but they all point to one ultimate goal: comprehension. The good news is, a student does not have to be a fluent reader in order to start learning good comprehension strategies. The even better news is that there...

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How to Teach Visualizing and Improve Reading Comprehension

How to Teach Visualizing and Improve Reading Comprehension

There are so many skills that go into learning to read, but they all point to one ultimate goal: comprehension. The good news is, a student does not have to be a fluent reader in order to start learning good comprehension strategies. The ever better news is that there...

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Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Learning Digraphs in phonics or Orton-Gillingham lessons (sh, th, wh, ch) can be really fun if you make a game out of it. On today’s post I am going to share with you a really fun activity that will give your kids a chance to use some movement while practicing their...

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How to Teach Predicting and Improve Reading Comprehension

How to Teach Predicting and Improve Reading Comprehension

There are so many skills that go into learning to read, but they all point to one ultimate goal: comprehension. The good news is, a student does not have to be a fluent reader in order to start learning good comprehension strategies. The even better news is that there...

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Giveaway  – Enter to Win $100 of Homeschool Curriculum!

Giveaway – Enter to Win $100 of Homeschool Curriculum!

Every month we run a new Giveaway here at PRIDE Reading Program! This month we want to give one lucky family a chance to win a $100 Gift Certificate that can be used towards a purchase of any of our homeschool curriculum programs.How do I enter the April Giveaway?1....

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How to Teach Sequencing and Improve Reading Comprehension

How to Teach Sequencing and Improve Reading Comprehension

Any parent or teacher of young readers knows that there are numerous aspects to reading instruction, but they all point to one ultimate goal: comprehension. The good news is, a student does not have to be a fluent reader in order to start learning good comprehension...

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Alphabet Movement Activity: Simon Says

Alphabet Movement Activity: Simon Says

It is so easy to practice basic alphabet skills when you play a multisensory, hands on game. On today’s post, I am going to share with you a really fun alphabet movement activity called Simon Says. Playing the game Simon Says really helps kids pay attention, learn...

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Bridgeton Public Schools Using PRIDE Reading Program

Bridgeton Public Schools Using PRIDE Reading Program

The PRIDE Reading Program is excited to announce that Bridgeton Public Schools in Bridgeton, New Jersey has started using the PRIDE Reading Program, structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.Bridgeton Public Schools...

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Some Call It Destiny Reviews PRIDE Reading Program

Some Call It Destiny Reviews PRIDE Reading Program

Some Call It Destiny Reviews the PRIDE Reading Program Destiny, the writer behind the aptly named blog Some Call It Destiny, has given PRIDE Reading Program a great review! As a homeschooling mother, Destiny has always been particular about choosing reading programs...

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Practice Syllable Division with this FUN Activity!

Practice Syllable Division with this FUN Activity!

Breaking up words into syllables or chunks is a really important part of the reading process. Syllabication helps children learn to read and spell difficult words. If your child gets stuck on a difficult word, they can use the syllabication rules to figure it out. On...

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