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Teaching Numbers to Kids

how to teach numbers

One of the first lessons we learn as kids is how to count numbers. Opening the door to mathematics, learning numbers is a crucial...Continue reading

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How to Improve Handwriting for Students with Autism

As of September of 2020, 1 in 54 students is likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). While autism’s symptoms vary from person to person and have a wide range of severity, it is...Continue reading

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How to Teach Letter and Alphabet Sounds

teaching letter sounds

Alphabet knowledge is one of the first building blocks of...Continue reading

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A Winter Fine Motor Activity: Snowflake Cut-Outs

Snowflake Cutouts

At Learning Without Tears, we’re all about fine motor skills activities! Our calendar is filled with fun and silly days to celebrate building successful handwriting and keyboarding skills. When we...Continue reading

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2020 Holiday Shopping: Learning Gifts for Children

Learning Gifts for Children

This year has flown by! With the holidays rapidly approaching, there’s an opportunity to surprise and delight the youngest among your friends and family. So let us take the stress out of finding...Continue reading

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How to Teach Effectively Using Video

Video can be a powerful teaching tool.

Do you remember how exciting it was in elementary school when your teacher announced your class would be watching a video that day? I remember (and I realize I’m revealing my age here…) my teacher...Continue reading

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Wet-Dry-Try Showdown: the Activity Vs. the App

Have you tried out the Wet-Dry-Try activity?

Based on the award-winning Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum, Wet-Dry-Try is a multisensory learning activity that teaches students correct letter and...Continue reading

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How to Teach Using a Combination of Print and Digital Lessons

Print + Digital Instruction

If there is one thing educators and administrators have learned so far in 2020, it is that the delivery of education must have flexibility. Both the method of instruction and the means of student...Continue reading

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12 Musical Activities for Preschoolers

Music Activities for Preschoolers

Music is one of the most powerful gifts in the universe.

  • It has the power to make us feel.
  • It can calm and relax us.
  • It can make us happy or sad
  • ...Continue reading
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Girl Scout Day

Girl Scout Day

Juliette Gordon Low said, “the work of today is the history of tomorrow and we are it’s makers.” 

 

 

Juliette...Continue reading

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