For some children, reading comes easily, for others it is difficult, and then there are still others who fall somewhere in between. Once sparked, the love of being carried away by words, thrilling stories, and just the feel of a book has the power to entice a reluctant beginning reader to merely open the cover and enter.
Also in this post, Education.com is also offering a FREE printable to my readers to support the love of reading in your readers. Continue reading →
Meeting children where they are emotionally and mentally can be effective in helping them learn in a school setting and help them to positively ‘become’ the person they are developing into. Continue reading →
It really does take a village to raise a child and it doesn’t matter whether the family is intact or not, parents cannot give their children all they need because it’s just not possible to be everything at once. The … Continue reading →
Another week come and gone. And it was a crazy one. I worked over 8 hours both Tuesday and Wednesday, which always leaves me completely exhausted by the end of the week. The kids have also been…difficult…lately. Rambunctious. Obnoxious. My … Continue reading →
Some days I wonder if I have totally let all character development go out the window, but now as I think about it, I see that it comes through the kids observing my actions as much as words being said. … Continue reading →