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Five Children’s Literature Authors Worth Rediscovering

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Recommending children’s literature authors and sharing activities to help your kids fall in love with reading… isn’t difficult. In fact, narrowing down the list is the bigger challenge. This may be because I fell in love with reading as a child. In fact, when I was young and got in

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Health Education: 3 Ways to Motivate Your Children to Stay Active

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It seems like every other day we are hearing about a new weight loss program that promises fast results. Considering that as many as 40 percent of women and 24 percent of men in the U.S. are trying to lose weight… at any given time, many are looking for the

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The Classics: Getting a Head Start on Children’s Literature

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Every parent wants to make sure their children have the best start in school, and when it comes to reading, one great way to give them a head-start is through the classics …of children’s literature. The great authors of literature wrote stories that can capture the imagination of any

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Education: How to Channel Your Child’s Artistic and Creative Talents

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Art, band and orchestra, dancing, and foreign language are so beneficial to a child’s educational development. But, what happens when your child has creative talents or is passionate about one of these topics and your school doesn’t offer a class or sufficient instruction to curb your budding artist’s, musician’s…

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Education: 9 Tips to Improve Spelling Scores

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Learning—trying to improve spelling scores can start to be tedious and useless when the only technique a child uses is to write… the words over and over and over again. As they are doing their homework, children’s minds starts to block the words and their hands are simply doing

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Winter Preschool Math Activity

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When teaching math to young children, we often think of number-related concepts, such as counting forward, counting backward, simple addition, and simple subtraction. However, there are a lot of mathematical concepts that can be taught to preschool-age children that are not necessarily related to numbers and operations.



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Sago Mini Giveaway: Win an iPad Mini and Sago Mini Plush Gift Pack

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From super hero action figures to cartoon characters, there are so many plush toys that children love to snuggle and play with throughout the day. From the beloved kid’s app maker Sago Sago, Harvey the Dog, Jinja the Cat, Robin the Bird, and Jack the Rabbit have all come to …

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Literacy: Why Reading Aloud is Essential

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Reading—After raising four sons and working as a teacher, I would have to agree with the experts that reading aloud is essential.

Why Reading Aloud is Essential

Decades of Literacy Research Encourages Parents Reading Aloud

  • Becoming a Nation of Readers (1985) reached two conclusions. 1) The single most important

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3 Ways to Make Learning Fun + Giveaway

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As a parent you might have trouble making learning seem fun for your younger kids. If you tailor your child’s learning experience to their interests and present it in entertaining formats, you can usually help your children associate learning with fun. The earlier you start the better, but it is…

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Learning Disabilities: How to Identify Learning Disabilities in Kids

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Thinking about whether or not your child has a




learning disability is not the foremost thought on most parents’ minds the first six weeks of a new school year…. They’re more intent on getting after-school soccer schedules set up, PTA assignments taken care of, and homework routines in place.

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