The Imposter Syndrome: Life as a Special Education Teacher

Oct 21st 2017

NEWLY REVISED ULTIMATE SPECIAL EDUCATION SURVIVAL KIT! Today I had a rare moment: some peace and quiet at home and an opportunity to sit down and read a book.  As I was diving into Lean In, by Sheryl Sandberg I […]

Whooo’s Hazel?

Mar 8th 2015

Hazel Hoot, an adorable green screech owl, is a struggling learner as she lacks the strategies needed to help her succeed. In our charming book, Hazel Meets the Reading Strategy Friends, Hazel stumbles upon a magical tree in the forest. […]

It’s Fall Y’all! 50% Off Sale on EVERYTHING on Website!!!

Oct 15th 2014

    The holiday season is quickly coming upon us! To show our appreciation for your support we have marked every single product 50% off when you purchase directly from our website. Click here to check out our store! Hurry…sale […]

Meet Charlie the Chunking Chipmunk

Feb 9th 2014

“What’s up? I’m Charlie the Chunking Chipmunk. I help you break unknown words into small chunks. Look for little words or sounds that you know, Put them back together as a word and you’ll be the star of the show!” […]

8 Magical Tips for Creating Word Wizards

Sep 11th 2013

“There is a real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” –Harry S Truman After being approached to teach the Spalding Method, I felt trepidation. While very impressed with the program’s research and philosophy, I was […]

Letterman to the Rescue!

Sep 3rd 2013

Children love superheroes so what better way to engage them in writing than with a Friendly Letter Superhero? In this customizable unit, Letterman comes to visit each day, bringing a letter that teaches a specific friendly letter skill. He leaves […]

Discover The Reading Teacher Within You

Aug 29th 2013

Does the thought of reading groups make you shudder? Unfortunately for many teachers, the answer is yes. Teachers simply don’t have the necessary resources needed to meet the diverse academic needs of students. Available resources are usually old, outdated basal […]

Games That Teach: Part 4

Feb 28th 2012

Use dice, playing cards and poker chips to practice number recognition, counting, and basic facts in a game-like format. This is great way to make math time fun, especially for kiddos (and maybe parents) with math anxiety.

Games That Teach: Part 3

Dec 8th 2011

Use marshmallows, goldfish, M&Ms and other snacks to practice forming letters, words and numbers. Children can eat them after they practice.  This a yummy way to learn!