Monthly Archives: June 2015

2506, 2015

How Getting Your Child A Pet Increases Literacy

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
― Anatole France

 
A child’s physical, social, emotional and cognitive development is often accelerated by daily interactions with a pet. Getting your child a pet helps their mind grow through social and emotional bonds.

All this cognitive growth increases literacy. Here’s how:

Encourages Non-Fiction Reading

Getting your […]

1506, 2015

Happy Heart- Fill ‘er Up: A Book Teaching The Way To True Happiness

It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy
that makes happiness. ~ Charles Spurgeon

 
The pursuit of happiness is a vast topic. Daily, we are bombarded with articles, antidotes, and books about how to be happy. However, I love this children’s book that breaks down the pursuit of happiness into a wonderful, simple, […]

1406, 2015

5 Free Story Writing Websites For Kids

Writing a book is an adventure—Winston Churchill

I’m so excited to find these free writing websites for kids and share them with you. Often, kids say that they don’t like to write. These websites are sure to help them fuel their creativity and motivate them to write.
When I talk about writing, I am talking about […]

406, 2015

Easy Grammar: Is There Such A Thing?

I never made a mistake in grammar but one in my life
and as soon as I done it, I seen it.~ Carl Sandburg
Is there such a thing as easy grammar? Yes. When my children were in middle school, they began to get bogged down with the terminology in grammar such as predicate nominative. I’ve always […]