Tag Archives: first grade reading
There are more people in the United States that can read and donâ€™t than those who are illiterate (To Read or Not To Read- National Endowment for the Arts, 2007). Why?
Fact: Less than 1/3 of 13 year olds … (continue reading)
Stepping Stones Together was on WGN news at 9 Friday, October 29, 2010, as 'Chicago's Very Own'.
Stepping Stones Together makes literacy and teaching your child to read motivational for your new reader. In 5 steps, 15 minutes a … (continue reading)
Stepping Stones Together has been working hard to empower parents and caregivers with the resources to help their young children with early literacy skills. A big thanks to all our patrons, company partners, and the wonderful bloggers who have … (continue reading)
This weekend I was fortunate enough to vacation with my husband. This unfortunately happens infrequently! We stepped away from our busy lives leaving technology, work, and kids behind to rekindle our relationship as a couple driving to a part of … (continue reading)
I am guilty of rushing through story time in bed X3 with each of my 3 children. The routine of putting kids to bed can sometimes feel like that last 3.2 miles of a marathon. You are past exhausted and … (continue reading)
Top 5 Necessary Steps for Kindergarten- 3rd Grade Reading Comprehension
Iâ€™ve been there! It may seem like an eternity of frustration, taking steps forwards and back, but eventually our children become readers. Unfortunately, not enough emphasis is placed on understanding … (continue reading)
Do all children love being read to by their teacher, a parent or caregiver? Many children are captivated by a great book. Others squirm as they share, â€œI canâ€™t see the picture!â€ However, many children miss out on the great … (continue reading)