Every parent only has this one dilemma. They simply can’t make reading interesting enough for their kids. Reading helps develop children’s vocabulary, contextualization and understanding of different expressions. Making reading fun may be a difficult job but it is certainly not impossible. Let’s have a look at a few […]
Reading instruction and technology become partners in a child’s reading success. Things that used to be done on paper can now be done with technology. It is important to get students and parents ccomfortable with using technology in the learning environment. Reading success begins early. It starts at birth […]
Concentration contributes to self control. There are so many distractions in today’s world. Children as well as adults struggle with being able to stay on task and concentrate for periods of time. Have you ever said to your children, “if you would just concentrate you will do better in school” Has […]
What Does the Summer Slide in Reading Look Like? Need a Road Map? Are you going on vacation this summer? Going by car? By Plane? I remember how much I always looked forward to visiting new and exciting places during my summers when I was young. Dad spent weeks pouring […]
Spring allergies are here. What are the 'symptoms' and what are the 'causes'? Parents need to sort their child's 'reading symptoms' from their child's 'reading causes'. It's a lot like spring allergies. Doctors and patients treat the symptoms, but do they pursue the causes so they can avoid the symptoms more? Parents all want to see their child succeed! Reading helps a child on their life journey of self discovery.