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Parents are children's first teachers, and in this post, you will read about five things parents can do to support learning at home. Freebies included.

Parents are children's first teachers, and in this post, you will read about five things parents can do to support learning at home. Freebies included.

How to Develop Writing Fine Motor Skills in Children Ages 3-6 Our latest blog post contains simple activities that can be easily added to your early childhood program that will help develop the appropriate muscle groups needed for successful handwriting. https://oblockbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/05/07/how-to-develop-writing-fine-motor-skills-in-children-ages-3-6/

How to Develop Writing Fine Motor Skills in Children Ages 3-6 Our latest blog post contains simple activities that can be easily added to your early childhood program that will help develop the appropriate muscle groups needed for successful handwriting. https://oblockbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/05/07/how-to-develop-writing-fine-motor-skills-in-children-ages-3-6/

"Our goal is to empower teachers to control their own behavior to control students."

"Our goal is to empower teachers to control their own behavior to control students."

Why do some students have a tough time learning how to decode? Read this post to find out why, as well as get 5 action steps that you can take to help your struggling decoders! {K-2 appropriate}

Why do some students have a tough time learning how to decode? Read this post to find out why, as well as get 5 action steps that you can take to help your struggling decoders! {K-2 appropriate}

Are you talking with your students about persistence and overcoming failure this year? These growth mindset read-alouds for the elementary grades can help to guide your conversation.

Are you talking with your students about persistence and overcoming failure this year? These growth mindset read-alouds for the elementary grades can help to guide your conversation.

It’s the food! - ADHD Is Food Hypersensitivity in 64% of Children! Dutch study: researchers found that putting them on a restrictive diet to eliminate possible, previously unknown food allergies or sensitivities decreased hyperactivity for 64 percent of kids.

It’s the food! - ADHD Is Food Hypersensitivity in 64% of Children! Dutch study: researchers found that putting them on a restrictive diet to eliminate possible, previously unknown food allergies or sensitivities decreased hyperactivity for 64 percent of kids.

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