a review of evan-moor's building math fluency grade 1, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s Building Math Fluency Grade 1

I have tried a lot of different curriculum to help my children with basic math facts and calculation skills. The curricula we have tried that focused on memorization or practice games just didn’t stick. I bought Evan-Moor’s Building Math Fluency e-book with the hopes it would help. This review is based on my experiences using […]

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A Review of Life of Fred Eden Series Beginning Readers

As my children have loved the stories in the Life of Fred math books, I was excited when the beginning readers came out. I bought the entire Eden series and used them for reading practice with my then Kindergartener. Now, two years later, my current Kindergartener just finished reading these books. This review is based […]

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A Review of Evan-Moor’s Literature Pockets: Folktales and Fairy Tales, Grades 2-3

My second grader loves crafts and any learning activities that involve making things. She really enjoyed the Literature Pocket books we used while she was in Kindergarten and was excited when I showed her the options available for second grade. She picked out the Folktales and Fairy Tales book from Evan-Moor’s Literature Pockets series. I received […]

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Real Benefits of Using Evan-Moor Math Curriculum Products

I switched our core homeschool math curriculum to Evan-Moor back in October of 2018. My original pick for the 2018-2019 school year fell short of my expectations and Evan-Moor seemed like it would be a great fit for my children’s learning needs. I have been pleased with the results. This article is my wrap-up post […]

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A Review of Evan-Moor’s Draw Then Write 1-3

I have been using Evan-Moor’s 6-Trait Writing books with my children this school year. Although I like 6-Trait Writing, sometimes it can be helpful to occasionally vary writing activities to a different product for interest and motivation. One of my children loves drawing, so I have introduced Evan-Moor’s Draw Then Write activities with her in […]

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A Review of Evan-Moor’s Daily Language Review

As I knew we would finish our 4th grade Language Arts curriculum mid-year, I began the search for other 4th grade language arts products we could use the rest of the school year. As grammar and language are important areas for producing strong readers and writers, I knew I wanted something that would provide a […]

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A Review of Evan-Moor’s Language Fundamentals

Evan-Moor has come out with a series of Fundamentals books to help teach core academic skills, such as reading comprehension and math. Language Fundamentals is another book in this series to teach grammar and other language skills. The language program I was previously using worked well with my auditory learner, but was not working out […]

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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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