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Los Angeles Unified School District and the PRIDE Reading Program

Los Angeles Unified School District and the PRIDE Reading Program

The PRIDE Reading Program is pleased to announce that it has been approved as a curriculum vendor for the Los Angeles Unified School District! Schools in the LAUSD school system are now able to obtain the PRIDE Reading Program’s structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.

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New Prague Area Schools and the PRIDE Reading Program

New Prague Area Schools and the PRIDE Reading Program

PRIDE Reading Program is proud to announce that the New Prague Area Schools located in New Prague, Minnesota is now using the PRIDE Reading Program’s structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.

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How to Teach Spelling Words

How to Teach Spelling Words

Teaching spelling requires a logic, structure and fun activities. Here are some strategies that you can use to teach spelling effectively to kids of all ages.

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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 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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My Favorite Sight Word Activities

My Favorite Sight Word Activities

Sight words, sometimes referred to as high frequency words, are common words that students need to read often in sentences and stories. These words do not fit standard phonetic patterns and need to be memorized. These include words like who, does, said, come, etc....

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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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3 Ways to Make Teaching Vocabulary Fun

3 Ways to Make Teaching Vocabulary Fun

The average Kindergartener starts school knowing about 5,000 words just from listening. But once a child enters school, most of the new vocabulary --which totals about 3000 words by the end of 2nd grade--comes from reading. Reading a lot is the very best way for kids...

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Teaching Students with Autism Reading Comprehension

Teaching Students with Autism Reading Comprehension

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder often have strong reading skills, but find it challenging to comprehend what they have read. Difficulties in reading comprehension may be due to the lack in social communication skills as well as the theory of mind (understanding...

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New Prague Area Schools and the PRIDE Reading Program

New Prague Area Schools and the PRIDE Reading Program

PRIDE Reading Program is proud to announce that the New Prague Area Schools located in New Prague, Minnesota is now using the PRIDE Reading Program’s structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.The New Prague Area...

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How I Help b/d Letter Reversals

How I Help b/d Letter Reversals

Does your child confuse their b’s and d’s? Letter reversals, such as b and d are really common in young learners because both letters have lines that go down and a circle at the end of the line. Figuring out the direction of the circle is the tricky part. On today’s...

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How to Teach Spelling Words

How to Teach Spelling Words

Learning to spell and learning to read are connected. According to research, both draw on similar cognitive practices and on the same knowledge, such as the relationships between letters and sounds and the relationship between vocabulary growth and reading...

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Multisensory Reading Activity: Beach Ball Toss

Multisensory Reading Activity: Beach Ball Toss

Multisensory means engaging more than one sense at a time. You see it, you say it, you touch it and you move with it. Using multisensory activities in your reading lessons makes learning fun and memorable. On today’s post I am going to share with you a fun and active...

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Show Me An Orton-Gillingham Lesson!

Show Me An Orton-Gillingham Lesson!

What Does The Orton-Gillingham Lesson Look Like? If you have been researching reading programs for struggling readers, you might have come across the Orton-Gillingham method a few times. This is by far the most effective reading approach for students that need to...

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My Favorite Multisyllabic Word Activities

My Favorite Multisyllabic Word Activities

Are you looking for some multisyllabic word activities that will help your student practice reading and spelling difficult words? Here are some of my favorite multisyllabic word activities that are really great practice and involve a lot of movement. Watch our...

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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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