Sometimes, it can be exhausting locating educational resources for our young learners. There is so much content, so many things changing. How can one find an easy way to keep their child's education current? Honest History Magazine encourages learners to not just read about history, but engage with and explore it. Honest History Magazine - … Continue reading Awesome Educational Subscriptions
What You Imagine While You Read is Correct!
Trust yourself, your reading comprehension skills and your imagination.
Summer Learning Journey
Perhaps the process of summer reading needs to be reframed so that students and parents alike can see the benefit from both having a summer learning goal and documenting the path to accomplishing it. I present to everyone: The Summer Learning Journey!
Tips to Expand Your Vocabulary
Have you ever given thought to the vocabulary you use? Are you cognizant of whether or not you use the same words all the time, or if you use unique vocabulary based on the topic of discussion at hand? If you have recently begun to think about these questions, chances are that perhaps you are … Continue reading Tips to Expand Your Vocabulary
2022 Summer Classes
All classes below begin the week of July 11th and end the week of August 15. (6 weeks) Reading Classes Family Reading Club - Your favorite reading club is back on a new day! Gather the family around as we read a book on an elementary reading level, but about a topic everyone shares an … Continue reading 2022 Summer Classes
Summer Reading Material – Honest History Magazine
This article contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase by clicking the links in this article, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. If you are still on the hunt for summer reading material for you child, Honest History is a great resource to consider. This magazine is perfect for … Continue reading Summer Reading Material – Honest History Magazine
News Literacy Skill Building
As with any learning goal, working towards becoming news literate is a self-propelled process that takes commitment and vigilance. Plotting out a strategy or to-do list can be a helpful guide to move through the layers of understanding. Before you embark on this journey, however, understand that becoming news literate isn't a simple skill that … Continue reading News Literacy Skill Building
How does the author describe Lincoln's night before? Which players did Lincoln hangout with after the game? Where did they go? Why do you think Tony was quiet at first? What did Tony tell Lincoln about the TV from the thrift shop? Based on this, do you think Tony was ever rally mad at Lincoln? … Continue reading Chapter 13
What was Lincoln trying to communicate to his mom? Was he successful? Why did Lincoln carry a framed picture with him from the bathroom to the kitchen? What did Bukouski address Lincoln about? Why did Lincoln say what he said originally? How did their argument end? Did his knee hurt when he practiced? Who did … Continue reading Chapter 12
In the paragraph, " Lincoln helped steady the door..." What is the significance between Ray and Lincoln in the paragraph? What type of questions did Lincoln's mom have about the intruder? What was she worried about? Who was the letter from that Lincoln received? What did the letter say? What memory does Lincoln have of … Continue reading Chapter 11