Empowering Readers

One of the questions that teachers and parents ask is how to help students transition the phonetic skills they are learning to their reading skills. The most important way to ensure a student’s success with...

How to Help Your Struggling Reader

Home School Helps “How to Help a Struggling Reader” •Reading the words from left to right can be a difficult task for struggling readers. Often the words appear to move around or the space between words...

How to Differentiate Reading Fluency Practice

Educators value the importance of reading fluency practice. However, practicing repetitive reading passages with one-size fits all fluency recordings does not meet the diverse needs of your students. Instead, save...

Eye Movement and Speed Reading

Eye movements in reading should have the same kind of automatic response as driving a car or word processing an e-mail. Training students to read faster helps build this automaticity by reducing line fixations and...

English Hieroglyphics Are Fun And Easy To Read

Hey, wait a minute, you’re thinking. There’s no such thing as English hieroglyphics. There are Egyptian hieroglyphics, Sumerian hieroglyphics, maybe some others. But English? No way. Yeah, you know that. But...