Hooked On Phonics

23 Feb 19
Get Up To Speed On SPED

I was able to learn and grow with Week 7 and the things that it has been able to teach me. Here are the main highlights and takeaways from the week: I learned a lot more about disabilities and testing. I learned about testing accommodations and I can now name four: one, Scheduling/Timing; two, Setting; […]

22 Feb 19
PoinTTalkers

50 MILLION AWAKE AMERICANS, TO GO PLEASE … HOLD THE ONIONS ! IMAGINE 50 MILLION AMERICAN’S ALL WAKING UP ! BLAME IT ON THE TEA ! CAN YOU IMAGINE ANYTHING AS PROGRESSIVE AS 50 MILLION AMERICAN’S WHO ARE HALF AWAKE … JUST BECAUSE A PIECE OF PAPER MAKES IT SO … SOME CAN OF WORMS […]

18 Feb 19
Ashlyn Writes

Before I get started, I want to explain why I’m posting this on a website. This initially was meant to be a Twitter thread, but it became so long, that I couldn’t imagine any of my 70 followers actually taking the time to read all of it. But here, this is a blog. It’s meant […]

17 Feb 19
Anthony’s Wrestling Blog

Tonight’s show comes to us live from the Dunkin’ Donuts Centre in Providence, Rhode Island (I think it’s an outrage that it’s not called the “Dumb and Dumber Centre”). We get a look at the “set” and my God it’s literally just some scaffolding. The theme of this show is the end of the world […]

15 Feb 19

Where's My Refund?

I’d rather spend it on helping people like “Me” subscribe to Hooked on Phonics.

10 Feb 19
Life-Work Balance

Hooked On Phonics – Reading Education Tool Compact Discs, Cassette Tapes, Workbooks. 6 out of 10 This is not a new product by any means, so teachers these days are most likely not using the hooked phonics in classrooms like they may have 25 years ago. However, being that this product was one of the […]

10 Feb 19
Fictionally Sam

The Bloggers in the Attic is a discussion chain. And what is a discussion chain? Well, it’s pretty simple and with few steps. Me and other eleven bloggers united together to discuss a common topic, covering the whole arc of February, and sharing our unique perspective. I created the initiative with the wish to create a discussion […]

09 Feb 19

Where's My Refund?

Its not going to move from path to DDD for at least another week. I mean you can always hope but ill tell ya what, hope in one and and shit in the other and see which one fills up faster. Theys aints gonna bes no early deposits. Maybe if you are lucky you might […]

08 Feb 19
Insane Throttle Biker News

By James “Hollywood” Macecari Working with Insane Throttle Biker News and especially hosting Motorcycle Madhouse I often run into some interesting characters. Not to mention, receiving tons of emails either asking questions or wanting to give information on a wide range of subjects. The following question I received in an email as well as this […]

07 Feb 19
Binging on a Budget

If you know anything about me you know I love reality tv. And what’s my favorite reality television program of all time? The challenge. Read on for our episode 1 recap for The Challenge War of The Worlds…

07 Feb 19
Burned-Over District Perennialist

Namely, that Phonics works and Whole language is bunk, as evidenced by this recent report — Why Millions Of Kids Can’t Read And What Better Teaching Can Do About It. The report fails to mention that it was 1970’s libtards who were behind the disaster and that conservatives led the fight to return to tried […]

02 Feb 19
Monthly Expense

About Hooked on Phonics Hooked on Phonics is an educational brand for children. It was founded in 1987 by a father who wanted to teach his son how to read better. The materials offered by Hooked on Phonics is available to children in grades Pre-K through 2nd Grade. The company headquarters are located in Danbury, […]

02 Feb 19
Beachwood Schoolhouse

Monday We had a busy morning fitting it all in and then off to the library to meet with our co-op to do a “Maker Space” (STEM projects). After that we headed straight to gymnastics with the little girls. Morning Time The Long Winter Julie of the Wolves Frozen Mad Libs Story of the World: Ajanta […]

01 Feb 19
Elizabeth's blog

“The 11th hour”; “an eye for an eye”; “as old as the hills”; “a drop in the bucket”; “going the extra mile”; “the writing’s on the wall.” All these idioms have something in common – I bet you already know. They’re derived from the Bible. They have become part of our everyday speech and collective […]