When you’re looking for books for your child, you need to not just consider the type of interests they have, but also their reading level. If you find books that are too hard for them to tackle, they’ll lose interest quickly and it will add to their frustration.
You know it’s important to read to your child and foster that love of learning, but for whatever reason, you feel like your efforts are stalling. The important thing is you’re trying. With these 10 tips, you’ll get there.
Before your baby is even born, you might receive some baby books from your guests at your baby shower. It might seem a bit premature to think about books for a newborn — after all, they can’t even support the weight of their own head yet, let alone read a book. But, even when your baby is a newborn, it’s a great time to introduce reading.
Guest post by Jackie Nunes at The Wonder Moms blog – As amazing and inspiring as our little ones can be, raising a child with special needs can be hard. And fighting to get your child’s needs met in a traditional school can be even harder.
Infographic about how to help your child learn to read.
Every child is different, and developing each individual’s reading ability needs a combination of approaches. There are probably many things you’ve already tried – so how about something you may not have heard of? Reading to therapy dogs is gaining popularity as a way to develop reading ability in children, Read more…
I’m sure that most of you understand that a bedtime story is not just a story. It is an opportunity to instill creativity in children, and help them develop their decision-making abilities and skills. Reading to kids can also be treated as an instrument to help build their personality and character. Read more…
Being a parent can be a challenging experience. It takes plenty of patience to educate children well and help them understand why certain things should be done. What is your trick when trying to put your curious little child to bed at night? Here are six great nighttime reads that may come in handy for parents trying to ensure the best childhood experience for their little curious souls.
It seems like anyone can call themselves a children’s book author these days as the comedian and The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon has a publishing deal for his second book. Although his first book, titled Your Baby’s First Words Will Be DADA, received better reviews than most people expected, Read more…
Guest Post by Michael Gurian
New immigrants face particular challenges and can struggle with English language literacy. While what works for all boys will generally work well for new immigrant boys, try adding these practical steps as well.