At first, you thought it was cute. Then, you steadily grew annoyed. Now, you’re outright panicking when you hear your little one speak. Why can’t your baby speak properly? Will this problem fix itself in due time or will the speech impediment remain with your baby for the rest of the life as a burden? There is no reason to fear, as incorrect speech is extremely common in babies and children. It usually fixes itself, without the need for an intervention. Still, you might want to nudge your little one towards the right path just a tiny bit. This is best done through play, as is the case with all learning. In this way, your little one will speak clearly and correctly.
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Is your child struggling with reading? Do you have a hard time teaching reading? With so many words to learn that’s no surprise. Open up a world of adventure for your kids. Teaching kids to read using one or more of the top 15 reading apps for children makes it fun. In fact, teaching reading has never been easier, and these reading apps are great for teaching reading both in and out of the classroom. Download them easily to any device, and let your kids practice learning to read whenever they like. You won’t have to force them to practice. Your child will be excited to use their favorite reading apps. Teaching kids to read doesn’t have to be a challenge. Parents and [...]
We Give Books have launched this year’s Read for My Summer program, an initiative that fights summer brain drain by encouraging children to read throughout the months typically associated with school vacation. We Give Books’ Read for My Summer campaign offers a free online library of books assembled especially for children up to age 10. To add to the experience, Read for My Summer will spotlight one special book each week, bringing it to life with fun and engaging activities for kids and reading tips for parents.http://youtu.be/Fz4gD_nq4iI
Research shows that each summer wipes out about a month’s worth of learning for students, and this learning loss is cumulative. However, [...]
What do The Hunger Games, required reading lists, and state standards have in common? According to the largest annual report of its kind, all three have a huge impact on what today’s students are reading. With the increased influence of popular culture, the report also finds that students are increasingly choosing books with lower text complexity, a concern for many educators.
Released today, Renaissance Learning’s fifth-annual What Kids Are Reading report highlights the top 40 books read by students in grades 1-12. In addition to students’ top picks, the report looks at what motivates students to select certain [...]