Ways to create a nurturing reading environment and foster good reading habits at home.
These six prompts for middle school book lovers give tweens and young teens a chance to write about some of their favorite books.
Learning to read life and observe their world can help children become better writers.
In the spirit of Eudora Welty, inspire a love of life and words through listening.
Help children identify different writing genres (types of literature) through the books they’re reading.
Prepare your child to write by reading a good picture book together!
Enjoy these tips for fostering a reading culture in your home. Love for books starts young!
From wordless books to favorite novels, your kids’ reading can provide a springboard to book-themed writing activities.
Build reading skills using audio books, reading contests, learning games, and more!
Girls and boys alike will delight in Secret of the Scribe, an engaging historical novel about life in ancient Sumer.
Kids will jump for joy at the chance to try these ideas for creative book reports and book-related activities!
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Full bookcases in kids’ rooms, family bookstore outings, and a homemade reading tree help cultivate a love for reading.
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By Nancy I. Sanders During the important elementary years, your children are developing the ability to read well and learning to form a positive attitude toward reading. You have the amazing privilege of shaping their hearts to embrace reading as a natural and...