Childrens Books Coming Out Fall 2019

No matter how old you are, there’s nothing quite like a skillfully narrated, beautifully illustrated children’s book. I’m sure my fellow grown-ups will remember the magic of books like Green Eggs and Ham and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs — and want to share that same magic with their own kids (or students or neighbors or nieces and nephews)….

Tips to Help Kids Learn to Self-Edit Their Writing

It’s important to revise and edit your work, but it can be a difficult process for kids and even adults to do properly. We’ll go over 7 steps to help you show kids how to self-edit their writing so they can eventually do it on their own.

Ways Crossword Puzzles Are Good For Kids

Crossword puzzles have long been thought of as something that older folks do when they have some free time. It was almost unheard of to see children working on a crossword puzzle, but thank goodness those days are over. Crossword puzzles have a ton of positive benefits for kids, so we’re glad to see an uprise in children doing crossword puzzles in and out of schools.

child Improve their Writing Skills at Home

For the reluctant writer, practising writing at home or with a tutor, on top of schoolwork, can seem like hard work. However, there are many things you can do at home to help your child improve their writing skills without actually making them “write”.  And best of all—they’re fun!

Fun Literacy Activities for Babies

Reading is not a set of remote skills that children learn when they go to school. Learning is the process which starts after birth. During childbirth, a baby’s cerebrum is as yet creating and the encounters that we give decide how the mind is produced. Literacy activities are more interesting for baby. The great foundation of literacy or fun literacy activities for babies are talking, singing, playing sound and word games, reading, writing and drawing. Literacy helps your baby to learn about the value of books and stories and helps to learn differences between ‘real’ and ‘make-believe’. But literacy skills do not just develop overnight. If we start to practice literacy from the early and build on a child’s experience as they grow, they will not only be able to read and write, but also love to read and write.