Here are four ways to set family-friendly intentions for a mindful new year.
Browsing: Quest for Literacy
Following are a few ideas to help incorporate building and strengthening literacy skill—three simple ways to celebrate reading during the holiday season.
If we teach this to our children, and model it ourselves, we will help create a kinder home, community, and beyond. Here are a few tips on how to do this at home.
Entertaining and engaging, the Reading Eggs platform is genuinely egg-cellent! It is great for homeschooling families and an excellent supplement for any in-person and remote school learners.
Dyslexia cannot be outgrown or cured, but it can be remediated with proper intervention. Knowing more can literally change a child’s life.
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!
STAND UP! is an online auction of original artwork. 100 artists have each contributed a piece on the theme, STAND UP.
Did you say Pasghetti? is an engaging picture book about a young boy, Danny, and his ups and downs with Dyslexia as told by his best friend and dog, Dusty!
Joke books should be part of every child’s library, and here are five reasons why.
Lizzie Mussoline, M. Ed. shares real-world tips to help you support your child’s remote learning experience.