Our goal is for children to learn to read, to love books, and to comprehend what they’re reading.
But, it’s a complex process and requires continuous effort.
Try to make reading fun and engaging with interesting activities and resources. Here are some great posts to help:
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Writing develops on a continuum just like reading.
It requires children to use fine motor skills, a knowledge of phonics and words, as well as creativity, writing skills, and more.
Just like reading, becoming a good writer requires lots of guided and independent practice.
Find ways to get your kids excited about the writing process, creative writing, and different writing formats.
Want STEM activities for kids in science, technology, engineering, and math? Get started with songs, apps, and books.
Anytime we can encourage children to be creative with arts and crafts, it builds their imagination and creativity muscles.
What games are the best for kids and families? We love our family game nights — it’s a great way to spend time together, encourage learning, and stay off technology.
Get started with our favorite, tried-and-true games for kids here!
I love recommending products and toys to save you time and help you find just what you’re looking for.
Why start a book club for kids? And is it worth it? From an educational perspective, kids’ book clubs are rich with skill-building as well
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