Published On 29/03/2017
It's amazing the way babies come into the world as natural communicators.
My own love of reading was cultivated in an era with fewer distractions than today.
How many times have you heard that it's time to spring into reading? Your child, however, still hasn't taken a confident step toward literacy.
Reading aloud to children is one of the most important activities parents can do to help little ones develop essential skills in reading, math, and more.
In their first year of life, while kittens are catching mice and foals are galloping about, human babies are carefully studying and mimicking their parents.
Are you struggling to get your child interested in sight words? Here are 10 fun learning games you can complete with them to build their early literacy skills!
If your preschooler will head off to kindergarten this fall, you're probably starting to prepare for the transition.
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