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Pint-Size Book Authors: Using Early Readers as Mentor Texts

Early Readers and Early Writers

Early Readers and Early Writers

Children love to write books. In the classroom, when they read and see books all around them, they are naturally inspired to create. It's as though there...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Readiness, Home Connection, Ask the Experts

Why is Literacy Development Important for Children?

Literacy development is the process of learning words, sounds, and language. Children develop literacy skills in order to learn to read and write confidently and eventually improve their...Continue reading

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Naming Letters Is Not a Straight Path to Literacy: Here’s Why

“The best predictor of beginning reading achievement is a child’s knowledge of letter names" (Adams, 1990). 

I am sure that you have heard this statement. It is one of the most popular...Continue reading

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Kitty Literacy: Learning Without Tears is Now Available for Cats

Handwriting Program for Cats

Earlier this year we expanded our award-winning K–5 handwriting curriculum to Pre-K with a new emergent writing component....Continue reading

Summer, Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Readiness

5 Ways to Support Your Students this Summer

Reading may be your student’s favorite activity when school is in session, but without reinforcement during spring and summer break, many of their literacy skills will go dull. This seasonal gap...Continue reading

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Recognizing and Celebrating Black History in February and All Year Long

Celebrate Black History Month

February is National Black History Month in both the United States and Canada. The United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Ireland honor and celebrate the contributions of Black people in October....Continue reading

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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 Autistic Students

Handwriting Support for Autistic Students

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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