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Making connections when reading

    Children are always trying to make sense of the world around them. From a very early age, they...
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A Case for Audiobooks

I was talking to a friend the other day about an impending long car ride she would be taking with her...
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Quiet Reading Time

  Research shows that children who live in literature-rich households succeed more than those who do not....
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The Importance of Powerful Word Choice

    Words are very powerful, and a descriptive word is especially powerful in elevating a piece of...
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The Art of Bookmaking

      There is something so special about holding a book in one’s hand. It can’t be...
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Poetry Recitation at Home

Back when I was in school, poetry recitation was something that was explicitly taught in the classroom. From...
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I got the power!

In the initial years of our life, the brain is our fastest growing organ. Did you know that a newborn...
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Using Mentor Texts to Boost Your Child’s Writing

One of the best (and easiest) ways to help inspire your child to excel at writing is through the use of mentor...
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How to Instill a Love of Reading?

It is a dream of most parents to raise children who are lifelong readers. There are many things you can do to...
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Listen Up!

Reading and writing are very important language arts skills. But did you know that listening and speaking are...
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Boosting Your Child’s Vocabulary

Many parents ask for guidance on how to enrich their child’s vocabulary, both in speaking and writing. Most...
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Thirty Minutes of Bliss

A few years ago, I spent a month helping my son with his three children (8, 7, and 5). Instead of spending my...
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