Literacy learning on the go!

Literacy learning on the go!

Reading is often thought of as a stationary activity. There is a comfort that comes with curling up on the couch, sinking into a favorite chair, or climbing into bed with a good book. Though we may find ourselves sitting whenever we dive into a book, the truth is that...
5 tips for reading with your child

5 tips for reading with your child

Picture this: Your child comes home and says, “My teacher says my homework is to read with you.” Do you sit down, listen for a few minutes and think, What am I doing here exactly? Supporting a young reader isn’t complicated, but we’re not born knowing how to do it....
The Welcome Walk

The Welcome Walk

What would you think if you saw 20 teachers walking down your block in matching shirts? What would you think if those teachers knocked on your door the week before school? You might be thinking, why would that many teachers ever go on a home visit? Welcome walks are a...
Help your child become a reader

Help your child become a reader

If you’ve ever watched a child learn how to read, it seems magical. One day they are struggling through letters and sounding out words and the next they are reading full sentences. But reading isn’t really magic. Although it’s a complex process, it can be boiled down...