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!
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.
ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy is a great educational app and learning resource for children ages 2–8. Read our review.
Read, Read, and Read is an uplifting story of a young girl, Liv, and the satisfying wonders of books.
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Reading has the power to impact your child’s development in many ways. As parents, it is important to begin reading to our kids and exposing them to literacy early on.
Here at The Children’s Book Review, our goal is to help grow young readers. Below is a useful infographic that showcases the benefits of reading to young children.
A list of five strategies that will help you ensure that your child shows up to kindergarten with the basic literacy skills they need to excel and enjoy reading.
With so many amazing books to be discovered and read and far too many to list in one fun book, the 101 awesome books that I have selected as the books to read before kids grow up have one collective message …
As parents, we typically spend loads of time carting our kids from school, after-school activities, playdates, the supermarket, and the list goes on. It seems as though the car is a perfect place to keep a stash of books handy, right?