how to assess, remediate, and monitor math progress for skill mastery using evan-moor math, learn with emily dot com

How to Assess, Remediate, and Monitor Math Progress using Evan-Moor Math

In order to facilitate and ensure math skill mastery, it is important to assess, remediate, and monitor math progress. This article describes how to use Evan-Moor math products to assess, remediate, and monitor math progress. I received a copy of Math Fundamentals grade 2 and 5 in exchange for writing about my experiences with Evan-Moor […]

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A review of How to Talk with Friends a step-by-step social skills curriculum for children with autism by Janine Toole ph.D learn with emily dot com

A Review of How to Talk with Friends: A Step-by-Step Social Skills Curriculum for Children with Autism

Although conversation skills generally develop naturally in neurotypical children, autistic children may need to be taught how to engage in conversations with the neurotypical world. How to Talk with Friends, by Janine Toole, is a step-by-step social skills curriculum that teaches conversation skills. ¬†Overview of “How to Talk with Friends: A step-by-step social skills curriculum” […]

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Holiday Educational Gift Ideas for Preschool to elementary aged children, learn with emily dot com

Holiday Educational Gift Ideas for Preschool to Elementary Children

As a career educator, I love the idea of fun educational gifts. I’ve included my top picks for educational gift ideas for the 2018 holiday season in this post. Hopefully you will find something your child will love! Educational Gift Ideas Bug Catcher I bought this bug catcher to use as part of our preschool […]

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a review of evan-moor's the never bored kids book, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s The Never-Bored Kid Book, Ages 6-7

Do your kids ever complain about being bored? Mine do from time to time. It is nice to have something fun to fill the time when other activities and creative play just aren’t holding their interest. The Never-Bored Kid book is a great option for providing fun ways to fill the time, while also practicing […]

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A Review of the Reading comprehension kit for autism and hyperlexia level 2, learn with emily dot com.

A Review of The Reading Comprehension Kit for Hyperlexia and Autism Level 2

Children who can easily read texts may not automatically comprehend the information presented. Autistic children and other children with hyperlexia, may need to be taught specific skills to help them accurately comprehend written text. This article reviews The Reading Comprehension Kit for Hyperlexia and Autism, Level 2. CLICK HERE to read my review of the […]

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learning to read: issues related to second language learners, learn with emily dot com

Learning to Read: Issues Related to Second Language Learners

I recently had a reader ask about the prerequisite skills for reading in regards to second language learners. I decided to write my response here as I thought other readers may also find this information interesting. Reader’s Question about Phonics Skills for Second Language Learners of English The reader asked about the prerequisite skills and […]

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a review of evan-moor's daily 6-trait writing, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s Daily 6-Trait Writing

My 4th grader is a reluctant writer. As we have worked through our homeschool curriculum choices for the 2018-2019 school year, I realized we needed something more to develop his writing skills. I wanted something that would break down specific 4th grade composition skills into manageable chunks. I was excited for the opportunity to try […]

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4 ways to adapt writing curricula for reluctant writers

4 Ways to Adapt Writing Curricula for Reluctant Writers

There are a lot of writing curriculum options to choose from, but even with the best writing curriculum, you may stumped with your reluctant writers. This article describes some adaptations I used with Evan-Moor’s 6-Trait writing series that I used with my 4th grader. These adaptations can be easily applied to any writing assignment or […]

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