While you may not be ready to break out the curriculum just yet, it’s a good time to get some ideas for the upcoming year. If you’re wondering where to find great homeschool resources for reading, check out the following suggestions from Red Apple Reading.
How did I ever manage before I could go online? O.K., as I recall I did manage to survive. But I have to admit, having access to the internet really makes my life a lot easier! If I don't understand my kid's homework he needs help with, where do I go? The internet! What if I need to know how to make my own taco seasoning? I go to the internet! If I need to order the next book in the Big Nate series for my son, I get online. You get the picture. Online resources rock! Today, Red Apple Reading is sharing 6 of our favorite online resources for families.
As you may suspect, I’m not only a regular contributor to this blog, but I’m also a Red Apple Reading customer, so I wanted to let you know how Katie is progressing with her lessons and share some thoughts on the effectiveness of the program from a parent’s perspective. And what better day to share than on Read Across America Day! Quick disclaimer: though I’m obviously a member of the team here, you have my word that my opinions are my own and as unbiased as possible!
In honor of Digital Learning Day 2013, we wanted to share some strategies for helping your child acquire the skills to learn online in a safe and healthy way. Read on to learn about digital literacy instruction.
Founder and president of Red Apple Reading looks to grow initial success of reading skills program with more grade level and subject offerings in the future.