Learn to Read
Top 10 kid’s movies to watch on this Children’s Day
Children often look up to elders in their lives. While their identities are distinct, they develop their personalities when they interact with people like you and me. So, on this Children’s Day, let us cherish our children by spending some time with them. The second Sunday in June rewinds time for a moment for a celebration known as National Children’s Day in the United States. And there is no better way to celebrate Children’s Day with your kids than to watch movies that inspire them! After all, who doesn’t love to watch movies? We have curated twelve films ranging from…Read More
Why Knowing The 44 Sounds Of English Is So Critical To English Literacy
Why Knowing The 44 Sounds Of English Is So Critical To English Literacy – World Literacy Summit FUNetix is a groundbreaking reading app created for children ages 5-9 and based on 17 years of research. Learn why knowing the 44 Sounds of English is so critical to English literacy and how the history of reading and the neuroscience of reading is embedded in this app in this article. Click to read article on World Literacy Summit siteRead More
Is Your Child Finding Learning to Read a Challenge?
FUNetix has the solution… Written by Janell Randolph, Kindergarten Teacher According to the U.S. Department of Education (2020), 54% of U.S. adults 16-74 years old lack proficiency in literacy, which means approximately 130 million people read below a sixth-grade level. From research, we know that children do not develop their reading ability naturally. How to teach children to read has been researched and examined over several decades, and though we know that every child learns through their own mode of learning, and in their own unique timeline of progressing through the skills of reading (phonics), not much has changed…Read More
Is your child losing momentum in reading?
“Our son lost momentum when he went to all virtual schooling due to COVID. He soon fell behind in reading, and now he has lost interest…” Parents of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-grade students all over the country are feeling and saying the same thing. COVID, and the disruption to the 2020 and 2021 school years, has been devastating to too many kids and too many families. Now, many parents are asking the question, “Now what? How do we catch up? How do we get out of this crisis?” About 17 years ago I went through this personal family crisis with…Read More
Disruption: What is it really?
You hear a lot about “disruption” these days. Everybody wants to be a disruptor, or so they say. But what does disruption really mean? Is it good? Is it bad? Or does that all depend upon the parties affected and involved? People seem to think disruption is inherently good. People like the concept. It seems almost… a little bit rebellious. And who doesn’t like a little good old-fashioned rebellion to mix things up now and again? Life would be so boring without an occasional jolt of “across the grain” thinking and doing. So is the term “disruptor” just a euphemism…Read More