The love between a mom and her child is special. There is a bond that is indescribable. At my house, bedtime is my special time with K. She and I have a routine that we both miss dearly when I am not able to put her to sleep. We sing some songs, read a book… Continue reading 5 Books for Moms to Share With Their Child
***This post includes affiliate links. This means that if you click on a link, I will receive a small commission. This is at no cost to you. Thank you!*** My two year old LOVES the outdoors. She loves to be in the cold, hot, rain, wind...even ice! We live in Texas so we can have… Continue reading 3 Ways to Include Literacy When Outside
At a recent birthday party that my daughter attended, I noticed the amount of presents that were toys or clothes. I rarely saw books or writing materials given. As a reading teacher, this seems that parents are missing an opportunity to promote literacy. I am in no way saying that children should not be given… Continue reading 5 Birthday Presents that Promote Literacy
A social scientist, Hugh McKay says "every child should be given the best possible opportunity to acquire literacy skills". This is something I am passionate about. Every child should be given every resource available to acquire and sharpen literacy skills from infancy. Even a child who is unable to read can still be raised in a… Continue reading What’s it all about?