Parents second-guess many decisions made when their children were young but we all did the best we could. Last night I saw a scary movie meant for children and immediately my thoughts went to Chelsey and Katie. When scary movies became too frightening for Katie she would run … [Read more...] about Trust the Group
Having a child read all summer long is a great way for them to pass the time, as well as to help prepare them for the year of school to come. Of course, coming up with an appropriate, and exciting summer reading list can be a real challenge. The following are some resources to … [Read more...] about Need to Know: Coming Up with A Summer Reading List
Technology continues to advance and bring new and exciting changes to the world. Recently Amazon and Sony announced a new electronic book reader. An e-book reader has been designed to hold thousands of books in one small, handheld device. The screens are easy on the eyes and … [Read more...] about Should You Use an E-Book Reader?
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Learning to read is a rite of passage for 5 year olds. But for some children, it is the hardest thing they will ever do. Children that struggle with reading or spelling due to dyslexia, auditory processing issues or a bright visual learning style can have their sense of … [Read more...] about How To Balance Praise And Criticism