Set new reading goals for a new year! It’s always a good idea to get back to daily habits that may have slipped during the busier times of the year.
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This month’s column includes a lot of fun activities that will teach kids to love who you are through reading and writing.
There are plenty of simple and organic ways to create book-themed activities without having to fill your house up with lots of arts and crafts supplies.
Reading books is known to promote empathy by pulling the readers into the world of the characters and giving them insight into their thoughts and feelings.
While all reading is excellent and beneficial, there may come a time when you feel the need to encourage your child to pick up a different genre.
Book clubs can easily be adapted for different ages and stages. Read on to see our tips for starting the best kids’ book club ever for younger and older kids.
Reading aloud to children is incredibly beneficial. Here are a few fun ways to encourage your child to practice reading aloud.
Here are some ideas to start and keep a writing journal. Luckily, reading and writing skills can be interwoven in enjoyable, easy, and organic ways!
In this episode, I talk with two-time Caldecott Medal-winning illustrator Sophie Blackall. We discuss Neative Cat, The Beatryce Prophecy, and Milkwood Farm.
We highly recommend gardening with your children. We’ve got some ideas to help you boost those literacy skills while gardening.