A Review of Cursive Handwriting Programs, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Cursive Handwriting Programs

Cursive handwriting is typically introduced in the 2nd-3rd grade levels. Although a child who cannot read or write cursive will be able to function overall in a print and computerized world, knowing cursive handwriting will be of benefit within certain activities. Note-taking activities are faster, and likely more accurate when an individual has a fluent […]

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A review of the basic reading comprehension kit for hyperlexia and autism, learn with emily dot com

Review of The Basic Reading Comprehension Kit for Hyperlexia and Autism

One of my autistic children (first grade) is a fluent reader who is able to decode words well above grade level. Her reading comprehension scores, however, are below grade level. This discrepancy points to possible hyperlexia, a condition where a child can read accurately and fluently, but may not understand what they are reading. In […]

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Review of More Autism Language Activities 5-Program Set

The More Autism Language Activities reviewed in this post are from Linguisytem’s Autism & PDD More Picture Stories and Language Activities Sets. I found this set when I was purchasing similar sets for ages 5-8. This review covers my experiences using The Autism More Picture Stories and Language Activities 5-Program Set with my own autistic […]

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a review of autism picture stories and language activities, 5 program set, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Autism Language Activities 5-Program Set

The Autism Language Activities reviewed in this post are from Linguisytem’s Autism & PDD Picture Stories and Language Activities Sets. I first came across this series while teaching special education to autistic children. This review covers my experiences using The Autism Picture Stories and Language Activities 5-Program Set with my own autistic children. Overview of […]

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Drawing of a girl kicking a ball with the caption: a review of homeschool PE curriculum, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Homeschool PE Curriculum

Physical Education (PE) is included as regular part of a child’s education. PE classes help children improve their physical fitness, develop motor skills, and may also promote psychological well-being. In a homeschool setting, participation in regular PE activities can provide these same benefits. This article reviews two homeschool PE curriculum options. Homeschool physical education books […]

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