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How to Plan a Reading-Themed Halloween Party for Kids

These Halloween party ideas will help children develop literacy skills and have a ghoulishly good time! From costume ideas and treats to Halloween party games, we’ve got lots of ideas for kids of all ages. Younger kids and their parents typically prefer more fun than fright at a Halloween event. All of these ideas are age appropriate to help you plan a not-so-scary Halloween party for kids. Crank up the fun this October and try

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7 Easy Back-to-School Reading and Writing Activities

Prepare little ones for going back to school with these simple and fun reading activities! Get this new school year off to a great start. We’ve compiled some fun activities for kids that introduce letters, sight words, and reading practice. Whether you’re child is attending their first day of school as a kindergartener or returning as an elementary student, these ideas will help set up your child for a successful school year. Reading takes lots

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Monster-ific Reading Activities for Kids

Practice reading at home with these fun monster-themed activities for kids! Perfect for distance learning, homeschool, or extra practice outside of the classroom, these reading activities will engage kids to make learning fun. Cute monsters make literacy practice less scary or intimidating. Plus a monster theme ties in perfectly to Halloween or a monster unit at school! There are preschool activities, activities for toddlers, and ideas for kindergartners or elementary school children. Try some of

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Creative Ways to Practice Reading with Kids

Help children learn how to spell and read with these creative reading activities! These ideas will hold a child’s attention and bring reading to life. Children become fluent in reading over time. It requires a great deal of practice and patience. Reading helps a child understand his or her world. Reading can spark imagination and creativity. One book can open a child’s mind to the wonder and beauty all around us. Although learning to read

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School Lessons at Home for Kids

Practice your letters, numbers, and motor skills with these educational lessons that kids can do at home! Learning at home can be difficult. Young kids struggle to focus without their familiar school schedule. But school lessons at home can be fun! Help you child learn how to spell their name or count. By practicing at home, kids will improve their skills and perform better at school lessons. Try some of these simple lessons for kids

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The Benefits of Reading to Your Baby

Your baby is never too young to benefit from reading! Here are five reasons why you should read to your baby. When you make reading part of your regular routine, you teach baby that reading is fun! This love of reading will follow them into adulthood and help them grow into confident, curious, and communicative adults. Reading helps children build brain power, vocabulary skills, and emotional intelligence. Discover the joy of reading to your baby

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7 Kids’ Reading Activities to Enjoy in the Fall

Enjoy the fall with these fun reading activities for kids! As your kids go back to school, help them with reading comprehension by turning practice into a game. Sounding out letters, word matching, and crafting are all creative ways to help children learn to read. Don’t let reading become a tiresome chore. Instead, incorporate reading practice into your day-to-day fun. Reading helps children feel more confident and ignites their creative imaginations. Try these children’s reading

Teaching Sight Words to Your Child

Teaching sight words to your child at an early age helps improve reading ability, fluency, and writing skills too! In kindergarten, your child will start learning beginning level sight words to build reading skills. Learning sight words helps your child find ways to sound out unknown words and expand their vocabulary. What are sight words? Sight words are usually words that kindergarteners will see repeatedly—sometimes called popcorn words, since they pop up all the time!

Growth Mindset Books for Kids

Help your child develop a growth mindset at an early age, to encourage hard work and dedication to improvement. This positive mindset allows children to be better equipped for success in the future, motivating them to develop their skills over time. What is Growth Mindset? Growth mindset is related to students’ attitudes about failure and was first coined by Carol Dweck and her colleagues over thirty years ago. From studying thousands of children, Dr. Dweck

Make a Difference During National Autism Awareness Month

Did you know that the month of April is National Autism Awareness Month? April is a time to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance, and to support those who are on the spectrum. One way to show your support is to wear the Puzzle Ribbon, the most recognizable symbol for the autism community. You can also participate in an autism walk with your child or donate to a nonprofit organization such as The Autism Society, Autism