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.
2019 is well underway and now that we’ve hit February there’s a lot going on! As always, we believe the best way to commemorate an occasion is with a good book. Ready, set, read!
I know I haven’t entered some sort of time machine that has catapulted me into 2019, but it sure feels like time is flying by at an alarming rate. Speaking of time travel, have you considered introducing your kiddo to science fiction? This exciting genre of literature might just be what makes your child a voracious reader this year. If you’re looking for some good sci-fi reads for your kiddo, check out the following!
The holiday season is upon us again! Time for decorations, hot cocoa, family, and all of the many other good things associated with this magical time of year. Speaking of good things, nothing gets us more in the holiday spirit than a good book and some giggles. In honor of the holiday season, Red Apple Reading has compiled a list of 10 Christmas books that are sure to tickle your little one’s funny bone. Check these out!
Children learn in many ways. Young children especially learn best when their body is engaged, a process known as kinesthetic learning. Rather than simply listening to a lesson being taught, kids are actively engaged. This developmentally appropriate approach is a great way to develop literacy in toddlers and preschoolers. Red Apple Reading shares 10 great kinesthetic literacy activities for parents to do with their little ones today!
What would you include in your parental job description? Very often we think in terms of how well we provide for our children when we consider what being a parent entails. As parents we want our kids to have the best of everything. While we know it is our job to provide for our children, we often fail to consider that it is equally important to raise grateful children. With Thanksgiving around the corner let’s take time to consider what we as parents can do to raise thankful kids.