There are many gifts besides books that will encourage literacy and help children learn the value of becoming a good reader. Here are some top picks.
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.
Check out these 10 fun ideas to keep both you and your child engaged and enjoying the learning process!
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.
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.
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…
As the school year progresses it’s easy to let enthusiasm for regular reading routines go by the wayside. Don’t despair if this is the case in your home. Red Apple Reading wants to help you get your child’s reading progress back on track!