Developing reading and writing skills is essential in children as it lets them learn and expand their knowledge base at an early age. Most parents find it a challenge to develop this habit in children – follow this guide to understand how to make reading and writing fun for your kids.
Fall holds a special place in the hearts of many children and is nostalgic for many adults too. To create an incredibly fun fall mood for the kiddos, try any of these fun fall literacy activities.
Children are never too young to start learning about the importance of kindness, and reading books with them will provide different opportunities for parents and educators to teach them about being kind and sharpen their literacy skills.
It is never too early (or too late!) to learn about diversity and inclusion, which is why Mattress Advisor has shared an amazing resource of over 50 children’s books that celebrate diversity.
There are many reasons for a child to learn a musical instrument, including its enormous power to enhance language and literacy.
This pandemic is no match for the tools, checklist, resources, and advice available for your family online. Here are five ways to ensure at-home school success!
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.