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Become a MindPlay Author Contest

Teachers, inspire your students to become authors! The Become a MindPlay Author Contest 2018 recognizes and rewards talented student writers and the teachers who inspire them. This contest is an […]

Become a MindPlay Author Contest Submission Page

 Become a MindPlay Author Submission Form    

MindPlay Young Authors Contest Rules and Guidelines FAQs

Young Authors Contest Rules and Guidelines FAQs Q. Is there a certain theme or topic students should focus on? A. No, the contest is open ended, as far as the […]

MindPlay Student Authors Contest Rules and Guidelines

Become a MindPlay Author Contest Rules and Guidelines 1.  Eligibility and word count: all students in grades 1-12 are eligible. Entries may be fiction or non-fiction, and may focus on […]

“I love MindPlay! Love it!”

“My 13 year old son began using mind play at age 12 and in grade 7. His phonics level was at at or near grade 1. His reading was at […]

READING INDEPENDENCE WITH MINDPLAY VIRTUAL READING COACH

(The following was originally published on www.notsoformulaic.com) Do you have a child who struggles with reading? Get her on the road to reading independence withMindPlay Virtual Reading Coach.  This post was […]

MindPlay Virtual Reading Coaching: Assessment and Support for My Struggling Reader

(The following was originally published on https://www.hswotrainingwheels.com) by Lynna Sutherland   Like any over-enthusiastic, planning-to-homeschool mom, I started reviewing letters and phonics with my oldest when he was three. He learned […]

MindPlay Literacy for Dyslexic Learners

(The following was originally published on https://www.laramolettiere.com Homeschooling with Dyslexia and Struggling Readers Dyslexia is a challenge. It is also a gift of sorts, allowing the person to view the world […]

MindPlay Virtual Literacy Coach for Kids

(The following was originally published on https://www.themomentsathome.com) MindPlay Virtual Literacy Coach for Kids Today my son graduated from kindergarten which means he’s headed to first grade. He’s not fully reading yet […]

A FANTASTIC TOOL FOR DYSLEXIC LEARNERS: A MINDPLAY LITERACY REVIEW

(The following was originally published on https://familystyleschooling.com) It is no secret that our family loves reading. Books were piling around every corner, so much so that we ended up building our […]