This reading and writing worksheet introduces the elements of a book review and guides your child through writing a simple book report.
In this set of reading and writing worksheets, your children will first read two short stories for mechanics, then draw and label a diagram about those stories, answer prompts to create their own story, and finish by writing a complete story!
Written language may be the most difficult form of language expression. For children with LD, it can be a serious challenge. Learn how to support your child in this important subject.
Spark your child's interest in writing at home with engaging, fun activities.
My son is very smart. He is reading at a third-grade level and very good in all other subjects, but his penmanship is poor. He puts no effort into it. It's always very sloppy, and I know he can do better. How do I motivate...
Second graders learn strategies to decode unfamiliar words and figure out their meanings.
Want to keep your child's brain actively engaged while school's out? These reading, math, science, and art activities are the perfect combo of fun and learning.
Get expert advice on common spelling problems in kids with learning disabilities and tips for conquering them.
Boost your child's writing ability with Caption Madness.
Your child can practice valuable skills and you can make a memorable gift when you create a family cookbook together.