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by Amy Mascott
Here's a language refresher on homophones: words that sound alike but are spelled differently – and have different meanings.
by Amy Mascott
Challenged readers must have books that meet their reading skillset while at the same time cover topics that interest them.
by Amy Mascott
Get your kids thinking, rhyming, and playing with words as they write and illustrate limericks, just in time for St. Patrick's Day!
by Amy Mascott
Limericks are 5-line poems with a specific rhyme pattern. Use this printable to teach kids to create their own.
by Amy Mascott
Help kids stay ahead of the game by mastering these seven common grammar "hang-ups."
by Amy Mascott
In honor of National Grammar Day, let's set the record straight on these grammar hang-ups!
by Amy Mascott
Advanced readers need to be challenged but watched and carefully supported as they tackle books that meet their developmental abilities.
by Amy Mascott
It's hard to find books that match in both level and subject matter for our younger advanced readers. These books will get kids off to the right start!
by Amy Mascott
Valentine's Day is the best time of the year to have fun with rhyme. Try these twists on an old fave.
by Amy Mascott
Ask kids to fill in the blanks to create their own version of the poem "Roses Are Read."

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