It’s never too early to introduce your little one to a series of books. Red Apple Reading has ten suggestions to get you started.
Think you need to be a literacy expert to nurture vocabulary growth in your kiddo? Think again! In fact, if you are looking for exciting and innovating strategies to help build your child’s vocabulary, these tips may not be what you are expecting.
For most of us summer break is well under way, and many of us are beginning to realize that our child’s reading routine is slipping away as quickly as the summer season. Parents know it takes some effort to avoid the summer reading slump. Fortunately, Red Apple Reading has compiled Read more…
What comes to mind when you think of phonics practice? Although it may sound boring, the truth is that phonics instruction can be a lot of fun! If you have an emerging reader in your home, now is the time to begin phonics practice.
This Earth Day head outside with your kiddos and enjoy the great outdoors together. While you’re at it, take a book and blanket with you and dive into an earth-friendly read. Red Apple Reading has 10 books for you and your children to enjoy together today or any day.
Each year on April 12, in honor of beloved author Beverly Cleary’s birthday, D.E.A.R. is celebrated. What is D.E.A.R.? It stands for “Drop Everything and Read”. Ramona and her classmates participate in D.E.A.R. activities in Cleary’s book, Ramona Quimby, Age 8. Well, if it’s good enough for Ramona, it’s good Read more…
Finally! Many of us had our doubts during the gray, cold winter season that we would ever experience warmth and color again, but spring is finally here! While it’s refreshing to get outside and enjoy the sunshine, we must face facts – some days are still going to be messy Read more…
As the school year progresses it’s easy to let enthusiasm for regular reading routines go by the wayside. Don’t despair if this is the case in your home. Red Apple Reading wants to help you get your child’s reading progress back on track!
If you consider when you learned to read and when you learned to write, you’ll probably discover that you are unable to separate the two because you learned them simultaneously. These two skills are so interconnected we fail to realize how much one is influencing the other.
There are numerous reasons why a child may not enjoy reading. By asking a few questions, parents can begin to discern the underlying issue and help their little one become more interested in books.