read aloud

2406, 2018

What is GRIT and How Do Kids Get It?

GRIT has been around since our founding fathers established America. It is the character in which America was built.  It is what brought them here through all their hardships.  GRIT isn’t anything new, but it is a new buzz word used frequently to describe character or lack of it in children. It matters more than […]

701, 2018

3 Things Every Parent Should Do Everyday

Every parent loves their child. I truly believe this even though it may not always look that way.  Unless every parent makes the following 3 things a priority, they are actually holding their child back from achievement and opportunities.

What Every Parent Should Do Everyday

Read Aloud to them
Reading aloud is truly the single most important […]

1009, 2015

How To Read Aloud With Your Young Children

Originally posted on Moms Magazine

“Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift.” — Kate DiCamillo

Reading aloud with your child should always be a special time. It is the single most important thing you can do for your child to set them […]

409, 2015

This Is What Happens When You Read Aloud To Your Baby

Originally posted on Moms Magazine

“Next to hugging your child, reading aloud is probably the longest lasting experience that you can put into your child’s life. You will savor it long after they have grown up. Reading aloud is important for all the reasons that talking to children is important – to inspire them, to guide […]

2712, 2014

5 Secrets to Reading Aloud Success

How to read aloud to your child successfully
Part 2 of 6- Balanced Literacy

“There is no substitute for books in the life of a child.”
— May Ellen Chase

Guided Reading is just one piece to the balanced literacy puzzle. Another piece is reading aloud to your child. This is one of the most valuable pieces. […]

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