Parents, Tutors, Home-Schoolers
they are unable to overcome
a few 'learning road blocks'.
Teach All Kids was started to help children who have a difficult time learning in our schools. Though I love working directly with students, I feel a strong urgency to reach all those other students that have so much potential. One way I can do this is by sharing my teaching methods and worksheets, so that through you, we can "help every child reach their educational potential" — Together, we can teach all kids.
Improved early learning abilities = Improved family and school life = A Better Future For Each Child.
Using Your Time Wisely.
If you only have the time to do a few things with your elementary school child, consider the following as essential elements.
- Re✓erseFixUp for letter reversals – ReverseFixUp have an amazing effect on students. They not only teach valuable thinking skills, but they also help your student to see the lines that make up letters. I can't stress enough how important these Re✓erseFixUp patterns are to the creating of a successful student especially for those that print their letters backwards or upsidedown. On site worksheets progressively build up skills. (example of Re✓erseFixUp dot patterns)
Math Facts – flash cards or worksheets daily. Do not depend solely on your student memorizing these facts but instead use related facts to help them learn.
For example, adding and subtracting math facts can be solved using one of four methods — adding up, counting down, math ladder or using a related math fact.
If you can only work on a few math facts, teach them their addition doubles, eg., 1+1. 2+2, 3+3, 4+4, 5+5, 6+6, 7+7, 8+8, and 9+9. They can use these to deal with some of the other facts by regrouping and related facts, as well as when they multiply and divide. Do them while taking your kids to their next activity.
Go to our Basic Math Strategies page.
Word Decoding lists – helping a student to see the small segments that make up words is like giving them "the key to the library."
Go to our Word Decoding page.
Paragraph Writing Rules – giving students a simple formula for writing a paragraph can change their written world.
Go to our Writing Skills page.
Find specific worksheets via our Website Index
Less tear time – More kid time.
Complete Tutoring Lessons are available in the teaching resources section. These lesson booklets are designed to help students progressively build up their skills in reading, language arts, spelling, math, and thinking. They are available in four ability levels. If you want to help your child or pupil improve in all subject areas, I highly recommend using these booklets.
Complete Tutoring Lesson Booklets are organized into a series of 8 sections that include:
- decoding words,
- reading comprehension,
- language arts,
- math facts practice
- math concepts,
- spelling lesson, and
- thinking worksheets.
Check out our Free Tutoring Lesson Booklets
Releasing Your Child's Potential.
Reading Skills — more information and teaching techniques.
Math Skills — more information and teaching techniques.
Tutors — more information.
Teaching Resources — printable worksheets, lesson plans, special education resources, etc.
What makes our worksheets valuable? You don't need to be an educator to use them because they come with an answer sheet.
Looking for a specific worksheet — go to the Website Index for a direct link.
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