This hub shares the top 5 tips I learned when I was teaching my kids how to read. These tips helped a mom like me to make it possible to teach my kids how to read from home.
I have a younger brother and two little cousins. All in all they are 2 boys and 1 girl in the 5-8 age bracket. To entertain them just before bed, I often find myself making p stories, when they've grown bored of the books they have and the...
Whether your child is a beginning reader or a reluctant reader or just learning to read, here are some great and simple ideas to get kids to read
How can you teach children to love reading—even those kids who hate to read? This video explains how reading books aloud to kids, including teenagers, can teach them to be better readers and to appreciate and enjoy the richness of the written word. Specific tips and techniques are included.
Reading begins at birth. Teaching an infant or toddler to love books leads to higher social, emotional and intellectual aptitude in pre-school. Use learning activities to stimulate reading.
If you think your toddler is ready to read, this article explains in detail how to go about teaching them.
Reading is fun. Reading enriches your vocabulary, makes you imaginative and eloquent in your speech.
Reading can become more exciting as children begin to record new words that they are learning. A personal word wall is a great wall to help accomplish that. Kids are eager to learn those new words.
It is important for children to read for numerous reasons. In order for them to be successful in our world today, they must be able to read well.
Louis Braille touched many lives when he developed a code using raised dots arranged into letters and words for blind students to read and learn by. This hub illustrates how braille books are made.