Does your child like to role-play? The good news is that there are a lot of opportunities for reading and writing practice through play – and here are examples and links to some (deceptive) templates to aid in the fun!
How to make reading homework fun – link to a free printable for parents, volunteers and other reading mentors!
What do reading levels mean? Their purpose, and why discussing them should be left to the grown-ups. (Unless, of course, you’re comfortable with everyone at the bus stop comparing the number on the tags of your jeans with the others…)
A great way to prepare kids for starting kindergarten, is to let them experience it through stories. Here is a collection of books featuring familiar characters, rhyme and humor, understanding and empathy to help your child know what to expect in kindergarten.
As we prepare to celebrate Canada Day, do you know which best-loved children’s authors are Canadians? I’m sure you recognize this first one…
Do the boys in your life have a male role model that they see read? They are so very fortunate if they do! Here are some of the perks that boys get from watching Dad read. Please share your own in the comments!
Wondering what to tell parents when they ask where to find leveled books for the summer? Here’s what I say. #leveledbooks #summerreading #earlyliteracy #teachingreading #primary
That Fun Reading Teacher provides two quick lists to summarize the DOs and DON’Ts of motivating young children to write. Did you know that there is a direct relationship between reading and writing? It is optimal to develop both skills at the same time, and easiest is everyone involved truly enjoys the process!
One way to help prepare children for starting kindergarten is through the eyes of those who have experienced it themselves. Join these relatable characters and their families on their first days of school by checking out their stories!