Tag Archives: literacy

  • Winston Grammar – the Easy Way To Learn Grammar

    E-mail: winstongrammar@comcast.net Phone: (360) 687-0282 Fax:     (360) 666-2511 Precious Memories Educational Resources 18403 NE 111th Avenue Battle Ground, WA 98604 Three Levels of Learning make it easy to teach your child or students [Each kit mentioned below contains the material for one student. If teaching more than one student, a package for each one will be necessary. Continue Reading

  • Is Your Child Struggling in Reading? There’s a Reason Why

    www.tutoringforreading.com “If we are to obtain results never before achieved, we must expect to employ methods never before attempted.” (Francis Bacon, b 1561 d 1626) ============ In the mid-1970’s, after three years of intensive and exhilarating work, I was finally almost finished with a Ph.D. in reading education. I was eager to finish my dissertation Continue Reading

  • Perfect Poems – 4 Books of Poems for Many Reasons

    POEMS FOR IDIOMS – CLEVER POEMS TO EXPLAIN IDIOMS All published by Perfect Poems POB 896 Washington, UT 84780 www.perfectpoems.com Ph: 435-628-3504 Email: mail@perfectpoems.com By Janet Esposito Ask anyone learning the English language, and you will hear that idioms are one of the most difficult things to grasp. Even if you understand all of the Continue Reading

  • What is Classical Education?

    Christopher A. Perrin, MDiv PhD Publisher at Classical Academic Press Most of us have a difficult time defining the word education—it has a wide range of meaning and is used in different ways in different contexts. Certainly education can be formal (as in a college education) or informal (his stern aunt provided him with a Continue Reading

  • Read It Once Again – Full Year Preschool Literary Curriculum

    www.readitonceagain.com 877-470-5156 Two levels: Level 1: For preschoolers with language delays Level 2: Children who are ready for kindergarten work By Michael Leppert Read It Once Again offers 30 different sets of material, each one based a book such as Big Red Barn, The Gingerbread Man, The Little Engine That Could, etc. Each program includes Continue Reading