10 Algebra Apps For Math Aspirants

10 Algebra Apps For Math Aspirants

Technology in education has given innovative options to educators to rethink teaching ways. The functionality-enriched applications can be leveraged to engage or encourage students to learn math concepts, which are otherwise considered too strenuous. That is why forward-thinking parents and teachers keep themselves abreast with the new apps based on math concepts like Algebra, Geometry, … Read more

Listening Comprehension IEP Goals: Main Goals, Importance, Ways to Formulate, Intervention Strategies

Listening Comprehension IEP Goals: Main Goals, Importance, Ways to Formulate, Intervention Strategies

The US Department of Education proposes formulation, implementation, and review of IEP goals if any student needs extra support to attain age-appropriate academic competency. IEP, as we discussed in our previous post on Vocabulary IEPs, stands for Individualized Education Programs. The public schools in the US form IEP goals for about 13 academic competencies including … Read more

11 Gamified Math Manipulatives For First Graders

10 Gamified Math Manipulatives For First Graders

Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. ‘There must be some playful way of teaching new math concepts to first graders.’ If this thought hits your mind often, especially when you see the child struggling through basic operations, here is good news for you! There are manipulatives available as … Read more

Understanding, Identifying, And Developing The Gross Motor Skills In Pre-schoolers

How to develop gross motor skills in preschoolers? If you have a certain gap in your understanding of this topic, we suggest you read this post till the end. For the uninitiated, Gross motor skills are defined as the ability to make movements that involve limbs and torso muscles. A well-developed gross motor skill is … Read more

Vocabulary IEP Goals for Speech Therapy: Importance, list, assessment tips, strategies

Teaching kids with special needs to speak can be overwhelming if there is no definite guideline available. Also, the child may tend to stray away from the learning process if there are no goals in sight. That is why a legal document has been prepared by the US govt called IEP goals. The Govt stipulates … Read more

What are the Functional Math & Number Sense IEP goals? Strategies to achieve these

What are the Functional Math & Number Sense IEP goals? Strategies to achieve these

Educators emphasize having individualized education programs or IEPs to make education effective for students with different learning disabilities. IEP goals are an important aspect of special education programs. These are set for students with specific learning needs. The IEP goals are determined to set a learning aim for an academic year. This means the student … Read more

10 Must-Read Books For Dyslexic Readers

Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. Reading difficulties are the most conspicuous in Dyslexic children. So, why the books for Dyslexia? The answer lies in the fact that books for dyslexic readers are designed while keeping the learning and psychological needs of such people in mind. These books … Read more

12 Online Fraction Games For Easy Learning

A fraction is a math concept that teaches how a unit can be converted into smaller parts having equal value. When we say 1/3, it means a thing with unit value is divided into three equal parts. The beauty of fractions is that one fraction can be converted into an equivalent one by dividing or … Read more

10 Websites that help in building Phonemic Awareness

The ability to identify phonemes, and further blend, add, subtract, delete, and modify them to sound out words is described as phonemic awareness. It is a parameter for assessing the reading skills of a child. Whether it is for reading the content on a website or in a book, this skill needs to be in … Read more

5 Important Levels of Phonemic Awareness

5 Important Levels of Phonemic Awareness

We all see small children trying to pick words from family members; that is why a home is called the first school for a child. But, is a child while imitating parents and siblings showing phonemic awareness? The answer is no. A child is admitted to a preschool or is home trained to learn to … Read more