Tag Archives: teaching children to read
Does your child have a summer birthday?
Thinking of holding your child back next year? If your child has a summer birthdays you might be thinking about him/her repeating a year of Pre-Kindergarten around this time of year. Save this … (continue reading)
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)
Book clubs! Book clubs! Read all about them!
How will a book club motivate my child to read? Friends and family will motivate your child to complete reading goals.
How should I start? You can either help your child organize … (continue reading)
Recently, the My Baby Can Read DVD program was discredited as having no effect on babies or toddlers. It was actually found that parents sharing the same high frequency words with children the same age had more of an effect … (continue reading)
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)
It is a priceless opportunity to help your child learn to read. The process takes patience- most days. ïŠ
Then youâ€™ll have those ah-ha moments, you hear teachers talk about, where your child happily makes progress towards beginning reading skills … (continue reading)