We know that reading should be full of joy. But what do you do when your child says they hate to read? Don’t despair—we encourage you to try these tips to help build a love of reading for even the most reluctant readers!
Browsing: Literacy Resources
Here are a few of my favorite tips to help boost your reading aloud time!
These recommendations are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the books you could be adding to your libraries or reading lists, helpful resources, or ways you can promote inclusivity through literacy.
A few ideas that we think are fun and will help to promote literacy in your home as well as giving you time to bond with your kiddos and as a family!
November is a great time to incorporate a gratitude attitude into your lives.
Possibly the best part about ReadingIQ is that you can have up to three kids per account and—drum roll—you can try it for free for 30 days.
Following are the summer slide prevention literacy tips and activities that work really well for families.
ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy is a great educational app and learning resource for children ages 2–8. Read our review.
Whether you’re traveling or staying close to home, here are four more ideas perfect for weaving reading and writing into your summer days!
The Miss Bindergarten books can be used in the classroom as early as preschool and into the primary years.