I love learning from my kids.
And I do it in a way that is respectful of their strengths, too.
But if you want to teach a kid to read, write, and play in the same way, it takes an education.
If you want a child to be able to learn, you’ll need to know how to teach them that in the classroom.
If not, you’re in for a rude awakening.
The key to effective teaching is being attentive to a child’s interests and how they develop.
And that means making sure you’re able to support a child as they work toward the goal of becoming an adult.
So here are a few suggestions to help you create a curriculum that supports reading and writing development.