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Want some great new book suggestions for your young reader? Would your child enjoy choosing from a list of books that thousands of kids their age voted as their favorites?  . The Children’s Choices Project:. “Each year 12,500 school children from different regions of the United States read newly published children’s and young adults’ trade […]

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It’s easy for me to take reading for granted. I had successful and educated parents who read with me regularly, I went to good schools, and did not struggle with any learning disabilities. There are many in this country who are not as fortunate. Hot Dogs & Hamburgers: Unlocking Life’s Potential by Inspiring Literacy at […]

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Everybody knows that reading with kids is a must. It cultivates imagination, sound-letter recognition, a love of reading and storytelling, sets the foundation for all future learning… and much more. We know this. What adults don’t often think about is the difference between making reading a passive activity for children versus an active one. Kids […]

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In my last blog post I invited parents to imagine different learning activities they could do with kids using this amazing video as a launch pad. Here I’ll share some ideas I’ve come up with for different age groups: Toddlers – Kindergarten Talk about the video with your child. What did they like about it? […]

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Parents, we all want our children to read. More importantly though, we want our children to want to read. The easiest way to do this is to read with our kids every day (so sayith every teacher and research study worth their salt). In fact, it’s so common sense to nurture a love of reading […]

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