When To Actually Worry That Your Kid Still Can’t Read

Date - October 4th, 2018 By - Jayme Kennedy in Parenting Every child develops at their own pace when it comes to pretty much every milestone. Sure, there are age ranges that doctors and experts tell you certain things should happen within: crawling, talking, walking, and other fine motor skills.…

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Farnsworth File: Young children need constant exposure to words

Date: September 28, 2018 Source : Green Bay Press Gazette Most parents know that books are important tools for their young children to develop the literacy skills that they will need during their school years and adult life. It’s true that kids need constant reading practice to develop and improve…

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Should Parents Restrict What Their Kids Read? This Book Expert Says No

Date - September 28, 2018 Source - Romper It may be a shock, but I was a voracious reader as a kid. Nothing gave me more pleasure in my downtime than snuggling up in bed with a pantry's worth of snacks and a good book (still true and still hoping…

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Storytelling helps kids develop key life skills

Source : Indian Express From three through four years of age, children show rapid growth in literacy. They begin to “read” their favourite books by themselves, focusing mostly on re-enacting the story from the pictures. By Lina Ashar Language development is very important in a child’s early years, from communicating…

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The Journey, The Quest and The Return – A Review

By Aaron Becker’s Review by Unnati Ved Reading age 4 and upwards This is a wordless picture book What happens when we are too busy to play with the kid? Well, mine just whines and screams till we comply. Not the best parenting advice for sure. But what if the…

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