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.
With schools around the country closed due to COVID-19, as a parent, what can you do to help your kids learn, support their well-being, and build independent learning strategies? Study.com has some great resources on their website to share.
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.
Research tells us one of the best ways to promote healthy brain development for infants and toddlers is play! Playing, interacting, and responding to our little ones is essential for their growth. It maximizes the love they feel and simply makes parenting fun. With playing comes great learning opportunities as Read more…
Reading is something which can be quite easily introduced to your child as a worthy pursuit. Hopefully this list will show you what you need to know how to begin to build those positive associations for your child and to get them to start wanting to read for their own enjoyment.
reating a reading friendly environment at home is an important step in order to help your child improve not only their literacy skills but also to help foster an appreciation of reading.
A study undertaken by researchers at Tuft University has shown that one new and effective way to encourage reading in children is by having them read to dogs!