Parents

Milestones for Reading Class

Progression and Milestones in Reading

When your children get their first books in their hands, it is a good bet they are going to end up in their mouths. Exposing infants to books is an important step on their journey to becoming lifelong readers. They become familiar with the books,...

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Expanded Learning on the playground

Growing Students Through Expanded Learning

There are, on average, 180 days in an elementary school year in the United States. Each day is roughly seven hours. That time does not include weekends for students. Months of school and hours of homework are not always enough to cover every topic. Fortunately,...

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Involving Parents in Education

When children first begin to explore reading, it is not a solitary activity. Parents spend time with their children teaching them to read. The lessons can be as straightforward as sitting down and reading with your children or as subtle as getting them to read...

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Christmas Book Flood

A Flood of Books During the Holidays

When children create Christmas lists in September and October, how many books make their way on those lists? If the student is an avid reader, probably quite a few. Otherwise, most parents would be hard pressed to find one sample of literature found wrapped under...

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The Value of Libraries

The Value Of Libraries

For young readers, even those not yet reading, the value of libraries cannot be overstated. They open doors to a relationship with reading that can translate to well-rounded students and engaged citizens. By giving children space, opportunity and encouragement to lose themselves learning about any...

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