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.
If you’re looking for some new titles to add to your collection of children’s classics, check out this list of children’s books written by celebrities from Hola.
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.
Sleep Advisor created this list of empowering stories for young girls. There’s no better way to show your daughter or niece that she can do anything than by giving her strong role models. There are stories of real women from history, fictional stories that promote healthy self-esteem, and modern twists on classic fairy tales.
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.
Parents who are keen on honing their child’s reading skills should consider adding one new activity into their routine: drawing. A report presented at the International Conference on new Horizons in Education showed that drawing improved reading abilities and increased powers of observation. Researchers concluded that art may have far greater importance than it Read more…
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…