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Games lead to learning
Children learn best through play. Learning to read should always incorporate this principle. The Stepping Stones Together games are designed to help children connect the importance of learning to read with everything… (continue reading)
The parent involvement balance is something most parents struggles with when raising their children. Â Expert opinions on parent involvement are often hard to take if not aligned with our core beliefs about child rearing.Â Quality time… (continue reading)
Technology has its advantages in motivating us to learn more, think differently, and reach new heights in understanding and experiencing all the world has to offer. However, should we forgo the gift to our senses that… (continue reading)
Recent reading research has revealed reading has an effect on a lot more than just opening our minds to the world around us. Different parts of our brain responsible for listening, perception, and problem solving are… (continue reading)
Do we learn more by exposure to the big picture or the parts?
The new research supporting the answer might surprise you. According, to the latest research from (AERA) The American Educational Research Association, we learn… (continue reading)
The AERA conference was held this week in New Orleans. One hot study discussed in Education Week today shared statistially significant findings available later this week here, that strong reading skills by third
The power of stories
How do stories teach anything and everything?
Difficult concepts are often taught using story books because they resonate with our emotions and imaginations.
- Books tie us together with those we
Providing phonics support to your child
Do I have to teach phonics? In order for a child to read they must acquire a combination of skills.
- Reading comprehension- The most important and first reading lesson
How do you help increase your childâ€™s vocabulary?
While reading: Research indicates that children with well developed vocabulary skills learn more words indirectly from reading and discussing than through direct teacher instruction.
How can parents help… (continue reading)