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Hello and Welcome to Phonics and Homeschooling. The resources for teach children at home. A method of teaching reading in which people learn to associate letters with the speech sounds they represent, rather than learning to recognize the whole word as a unit. Also find information about children education at home or Homeschooling.

A day with your child is a blessing

Kids demand their parents to spend the whole day with them except for being in a preschool. It is hard to resist spending a day with your precious child sometimes, but how to unite your routine with entertaining your kid? Well, let’s see what we can do here.

Kids

1. Give the most attention
Kids are very curious, and it is not a secret. Talk with them about whatever they want to discuss, unless they are grown up enough for a certain talk. Even if you are stressed or in a rush during the day, never reply to your child with a negative mood. A positive vibe in any situation is what our kids deserve. Dedicate your thoughts and attention to your kid, and you will get an equal feedback.

20 Things for Educators to Know How Students Learn

An educator is successful when he or she has the ability to transfer knowledge successfully to the students. Knowing how students learn would make them experts in their fields.



For learning process to be successful, the educators must understand their students. Below is a detailed list of 20 things an educator should know about how different students learn.

Entertaining kids is easy

Kids demand entertainment and parents mostly make everything to protect their child from a dull day 24/7. Moreover, conventional ways to engage your kid in some kind of activity becomes even more boring than offering your precious child to follow your routine. Have you ever thought of making your routine pleasant for both you and your kids? Let’s take a look at some simple tips on how to entertain the whole family.

Enjoy Kid

1. Use your common spare time in a proper way
Kids are not made for small talks. They want to obtain the skill of a good interlocutor. Talk with your children about the entirely various things while driving your car to his or her school, for example, rather than asking about his homework and other boring stuff, which may discourage your kid before the school day, discuss some situations you had in the past and let your kid evaluate them. Inspire your child with your knowledge and experience.

Different Types of Learning Disorders

Going to school and trying to take in all of the knowledge that the world has to offer is already a huge challenge for many children. However, the difficulties provided by the social and academic structures of public school can be greatly heightened when a particular child suffers from a learning disorder. An astonishing 5%, or nearly one-in-twenty, of all public school students in the United States suffer from a specific type of learning disorder. Children who suffer from a learning disorder are much more likely to have problems in class, be suspended or expelled, and be bullied than those who do not. However, there are many programs in place today to help children who struggle with various learning disorders, and they are getting better every day. Lasting support starts with the parent, though, and their ability to recognize when their child has a learning disorder. Here are several different types of learning disorders that kids suffer from...

Teaching a boy

Dyslexia
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that greatly affects a child’s reading comprehension, and is the largest cause for children who fall behind their suggested reading level. This often makes children feel, unfairly, like they are stupid. If it goes unnoticed, dyslexia plagues a child’s mind with self-doubt. However, they should not be made to feel this way. Symptoms of dyslexia are that a child will read incredibly slowly, and will have issues recognizing words that they have known before. The most notable symptom of dyslexia is that letters in words will seem to be in different orders to them. However, children with dyslexia won’t display the same challenges with listening as they will with reading. If your child has dyslexia, learning about multi-sensory teaching strategies will help them find their own strategies for reading and retaining information.