Posts Tagged ‘how to read to kids’

5 Recommended Books for National Reading Day

Hip hip hooray, it’s National Reading Day! Every January, hundreds of thousands of children in pre-K through third grade celebrate the joy of reading to develop the literacy foundation they need to become lifelong learners.  Alongside the children are schools, libraries, non-profit organizations, parents and all of us here at Reading Kingdom to bolster the cause of literacy with educational…

Celebrate National Children’s Day!

“The best thing to spend on your children is your time.” – Louise Hart (Author and Parenting Expert) If you’re a parent, you’ve probably heard the following question from your children: “There’s a Mother’s Day and a Father’s Day; is there a Children’s Day?” Now you can confidently answer this question with a resounding yes!  National Children’s Day is celebrated…

Drop Everything and Read!

FACT: Even just 15 minutes a day of independent reading can expose students to more than 1 million words of text in a year. – Anderson, Wilson, & Fielding Organizations and individuals throughout the nation today are taking 30 minutes to drop everything and read!  This special event encourages children and families to take time out to read. Here’s more…

Celebrate National Reading Day!

As children learn how to read, encouragement helps build the foundation needed to create a lifelong reader.  Today we join hands with thousands of parents, teachers and education enthusiasts from all walks of life to celebrate National Reading Day! About National Reading Day: National Reading Day puts the spotlight on children in Pre-K through Third Grade to help bring awareness…