Reading Reinforcement Activities For Beginners


In primary school, your child's vocabulary and reading skills may be some of the main areas of focus that their teacher uses during daily lessons. A beginner reader will improve their skills by reading aloud, memorizing word formations, and writing. Use some learning-to-read books to aid in setting up some fun activities for your child to participate in with you. Repetition Exercises A learning-to-read book that includes printed words that label pictures that are displayed across the pages or a volume of short stories that use repetitive phrases will be geared toward a youngster and the interesting things that they may discover in their own environment.

2 October 2020

3 Ways To Prepare Your Kids For A Strange School Year


Depending on where you live, your child may or may not be going back to school for face-to-face learning in the fall of 2020. However, parents have to be prepared to teach their children as much as possible, regardless of what happens at the school-district level. Here are three ways to get kids ready for what might be a strange school year, even if you are low on time and energy.

5 August 2020

5 Reasons To Read Self-Help Books


If you're looking for guidance in your own life and want to make improvements and work towards new goals, you may want to consider reading more self-help books. There are books out there that can teach you new skills, help you focus on the most important areas of your life, and reach new self-growth. These books are often about balancing goals and life so that you have more success. Keep reading to see why it's a good idea to make time to read self-help books:

30 April 2020