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Word for word

Do-it-yourself magnetic poetry kits make language come alive.

Word family flip book

How you can help at home: Have your child create this fun flip book to practice reading.

Think 3-D: Make a pop-up book

How you can help at home: In this activity your child makes a creative book to write a story in.

Create a family memory book

With the help of a computer, your child can practice language arts skills as she preserves family memories.

How Can I Help With Spelling Tests?

My granddaughter is having trouble learning and remembering her spelling words. She continuously gets as many as five out of ten wrong. How can I help her?

My Child Started Reversing Letters

My daughter has been writing since before she started school and was good at it. I was a stay-at-home mom and worked with her so that when she started school she would have no problems. Now that she has started school and I am a...

Golden Apple Awards 2010 (ages 6-8)

From a talking pen to a futuristic ant farm, these toys are made for kids' learning (and fun).

Vowel sounds: a and e

In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice sounding out and writing words with short a and e vowel sounds.

Practicing letters w and x

In this early reading and writing worksheet, your child gets familiar with lowercase letters w and x by identifying objects that begin with these letters, saying the w and x sounds, and tracing and writing the letters w and x.


Learn how to use a dictionary! In this language arts worksheet, your child learns why dictionaries are helpful and how to use one.