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Kids Reading Outside
As the leaves start to change color and the air gets a bit crisper, there's no better time to cozy up with a good book than fall! This season offers the perfect opportunity to inspire a lifelong love for reading in your child. Reading is not just a fundamental skill; it's a gateway to imagination,...
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Tent Reading
Whether it’s a cozy corner in your living room, a special spot in your child’s bedroom or under your favorite tree in your backyard, creating a unique reading spot for your kids will motivate them to read and make diving into books even more fun. In our latest blog, I will share three ways that...
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Girl With Backpack
Returning to school after a break can be difficult for some kids. Here are a few great suggestions to make the transition easier.
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Parents Talking To Daughter
Vocabulary plays an essential role in the reading process and is critical to reading comprehension. Kids indirectly learn the meaning of most words through everyday experiences with oral and written language.   In last week’s blog, I shared a few ideas to help you increase your child’s vocabulary at home.  Remember that vocabulary development can become...
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Family Reading Time
Summer is coming to an end.  No more playing until the street lights come on (Is that still a THING?), catching fireflies at twilight, or just staying up super late.  Now that kids are back in school, we, as parents, need to bring back school year routines and structure.  One way I eased my kids...
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Most people think that picture books are for subjects such as reading, science, social studies… you know, the subjects that don’t involve numbers.  There actually are picture books out there for virtually any subject, even math.  Picture books are a great way to make math come alive in a way that is engaging for children....
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Reading To Child
Do I have to read that book again? Are you sick of Brown Bear? Have you read Goodnight Moon more times than you can count? Why do kids ask to read the same books over and over again and do I have to read it again? Kids love to hear the same stories more than...
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