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1 Minute weekly reading tips

Read, read, read all about it!

We hear this mantra and think immediately of the local paper boy or a daily newspaper.

What excites us about headlines and the details of non-fiction stories?

Many read a daily newspaper cover to … (continue reading)

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1 Minute Weekly Reading Tips

What reading goals do you have for 2011?

Set family reading goals

What do we mean? We all start the new year with intentions to read more.  Right? Why not share reading goals as a family? Push each other to … (continue reading)

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Teaching Children To Read

We live in a world where reading a book is no longer a top past time among children by choice. Reading a book for pure enjoyment is a pleasure most children do not relish in unless the internet is down. … (continue reading)

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Reading Beginnings: Reading with Kids

It is a priceless opportunity to help your child learn to read. The process takes patience- most days. 
Then you’ll have those ah-ha moments, you hear teachers talk about, where your child happily makes progress towards beginning reading skills … (continue reading)

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Beginning Reader

Motivating children to read

What motivates kids to read? What was the last book you read? Most adults pick up a new book due to a personal interest in it. Some readers might avidly follow a particular author. Others may … (continue reading)

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