Reading aloud to your child offers countless benefits, building a strong bond and setting them up for academic and life-long success.
Nonfiction books for kids are an important part of children’s reading diet. Nonfiction offers several benefits for children, and parents can follow these tips to engage in nonfiction books for kids at home.
If you’re wondering how to get your child to love reading so that they develop a lifelong reading passion and habit, here are a few suggestions.
If you need a few more activities to get through July before school starts back (in some form or fashion), here is a free summer reading camp for you to do at home with the book, Rabbit and Robot: The Sleepover.
These 10 tips for reading with your beginning reader will help your child develop reading skills, gain confidence, and enjoy reading!