Literacy Tag

Stop the Summer Reading Slide; Kids Read Now Webinars

A Reading Problem Lack of parental involvement Poor test scores Low graduation rates Those are the answers you get when you ask school superintendents and administrators what keeps them up at night. They’re also directly linked to poor reading performance in children at early grade levels. From...

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Playing to Learn: Essential Education

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” That simple proverb may seem wearied and overused, but at its heart, it holds some truth: People need balance in life, especially balance between their imaginations and their intellect. But work and play don’t need to...

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Why Early Reading and Writing Skills Matter

One of the strongest desires that parents of young children have is the ability to communicate with them. While they know a howling baby is uncomfortable in some way, they do not know why. Years are spent modeling speech to toddlers, saying words and pointing...

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Labor Day and Literacy

As we head into the Labor Day holiday, we pause and look at the impact of the American worker. Appearing at the end of the 19th century, laborers have spent the first Monday in September enjoying a well-earned day of rest. Productivity has steadily increased...

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Utilizing Play As A Learning Tool

Rote teaching is bad. Experimentation is good. Getting children to learn more, quicker,  and at a younger age, has been a top priority among Parents and Policy Makers. This is great. However, the trouble is that a majority of people think that most learning is done in...

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Building Strong, Literate Children

"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. " -Frederick Douglass Literacy is a strong component when it comes to predicting the success of students. The earlier we build that foundation, the better off the student will be in the long run....

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