I am a huge fan of teaching my kids phonics but there are some words that just don’t make sense phonetically to a five-year-old. I put together this really fun sight word printable to use to reinforce the sight words with my son and I have made them available to you as well. I also wanted to help with some tips on how to teach sight words. I hope this can help you make the most of your sight word lessons.
Are you teaching about the Boston Tea Party this year? We just started a homeschool co-op with some friends of ours and I decided we should work through the Liberty’s Kids Series
in a fun way. I am going to share a free printable with you as well as a few of my ideas. I am also going to give you 20 resources for teaching about the Boston Tea Party to check out in order to make your lesson the best it can be.
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Dystopian books are my favorite and dystopian books for teens are my favorite! In fact, I am currently on a dystopian novel binge right now. Finding dystopian novels that are appropriate for teens can be hard but I have found 7 amazing dystopian novels that I absolutely love! I am going to share them with you in this post. If you have read them, let me know what you think of them in the comments. If I forgot one please leave it in the comments. I would love to add some books to my Library List.