Teachers should be accompanied by a responsible adult before being allowed to buy books from anywhere. This is just some of what I bought, knowing I have no more space. But I needed more nonfiction.
I rarely have openings for sessions on Saturday, so if you've been thinking about getting started, now is the time! New opening at 4PM Saturday
I really could have used this list a few times with my own daughter, so I wanted to share with parents of girls:
October is Dyslexia Awareness month! Check out this article on what to do if you suspect your child is dyslexic:
Due to Governor McMaster's order, we are temporarily closed. We miss our students very much and are ready to welcome them back when the order is lifted. For families that do not want to send their kids, we are providing remote support as much as possible, but we believe there is really no substitute for being together in the same place. Until that can happen we will do the best we can but we want all of our students to know we miss you!
Here is an article I want to share, I hope it helps!
Follow this link for a short video on an easy activity that will help solve those b and d mixups
I really like free stuff! I'd like to share a couple of things with you for math help that are free.
The first one is an app called Photomath. You take a picture of a math problem, and not only do you get the answer, it animates the steps for you! Here is their website with links to both app stores:
The second resource is Khan Academy. This guy is just very good at explaining and illustrating math concepts. Check them out at https://www.khanacademy.org/
Hope this helps someone who is pulling their hair out trying to do math homework!