Are You Struggling to Help Your Child Master Phonics?
If you’re like most of my readers, it’s hard to find time in your day to help your child learn to read. The problem in this day and time is that a majority of schools expect children to come into kindergarten reading on a basic level. I have spent much time researching and trying out reading programs, in order to find the best online phonics reading programs that will help kids learn to read. For those of you who need help, I would love to share!
If Your Child Doesn’t Like to Read Books… Why Not Try Magazines?
Hi there! Welcome back:) I’m so glad you’re here! If you’re in need of some other options for reading materials for your kids, you’ve come to the right place. I would love to share with you some of the best children’s magazines for kids, ages 12 and under, that have inspired my kids to want to read more than ever! Some of them even enjoy magazines much more than books, believe it or not!
Now that summer is here, many parents are faced with the issue of what they should do with their kids. A great majority of my tutoring clients have been asking, “What should I do to ensure that my kids keep learning for the next few months?” I would love to share with you some ideas for some of the best summer learning activities, that will not only help your child avoid forgetting what he/she just learned, but will also, hopefully, help retain or enhance many of the skills that they have learned over the past year.
Let’s face is…we live in an extremely fast paced and competitive society. Children have more going against them in this present day and age than ever before. However, I believe that by helping your children become successful readers, as well as lifelong learners, you will be imparting some of the most amazing gifts you can ever give to your kids!
Want to Know a Secret? There Are Ways to Motivate and Keep Your Child Engaged While Reading!
Helping your child to become motivated and stay engaged while reading is one of the biggest challenges that many parents and caregivers face in this day and time. I know this because I hear this pretty much on a daily basis from my clients, as well as from people I meet who have children who just can’t seem to get interested in books.