Here are ten awesome dual-language books for children that adults will find interesting and useful too.
If you’re trying to incorporate reading into your daily routine or encourage your kids to read more, a reading challenge may be your solution.
There are many advantages to children growing up in the digital age, but there are also some dangers. Learn how to protect your children during this exciting, yet challenging, time.
The fourth and fifth grades are a great time to introduce children to the magic of books. Here are some of the best books (in my opinion) for kids reading at a fourth or fifth grade level, and why I think they are great.
If you have an emerging reader at home, it is time to learn some phonics! Red Apple Reading has compiled ten phonics activities for you to play with your little ones.
Bookmobiles have been around for a long time. These libraries on wheels help spread books to those who do not have access to them, like people who live in rural areas.
We hope you make use of the free online books and keep sane staying at home! Remember, being stuck at home is a wonderful opportunity to get a lot of reading time in.
The repetition of practicing spelling words can get dull for kids, so why not mix it up with a bit of fun? Here are seven fun spelling activities to help them get 100 percent on their next test!
If you’re preparing for a new pet to join the family, books are a great way to teach your child about pets and pet care. These titles will delight children and adults alike and impart valuable lessons concerning pet ownership.
Even with the increasing use of technology, many people believe that it continues to be important for children to learn cursive handwriting. The argument can be made that even if one doesn’t believe it’s necessary for children to write in cursive, it’s still important for them to be able to read cursive. Because reading and writing are reciprocal processes, learning to write in cursive will then help a child to read cursive.