Tag Archives: reading

Helping Kids Develop Perseverance

By William T. Mulcahy, LPC, NCC, CEAP, author of the Zach Rules series Perseverance, or the ability to hang in there and not give up in the face of adversity, is a skill that parents and educators highly value. It … Continue reading

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How to Ignite a Love of Reading in Young Children

By Judy Lalli, M.S., author of I Like Being Me: Poems about kindness, friendship, and making good choices It’s all about relationships. Young children who have warm, interactive relationships with the adults in their lives will show enthusiasm for whatever … Continue reading

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Surprising Summer Reads for Educators

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Part of our Cash in on Learning series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. During the summer months, I usually want to put away the education books … Continue reading

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Avoid the Summer Slump: 7 Ways to Encourage Reluctant Readers All Summer Long

By Andrew Hawk It’s hard to believe that another school year is almost in the books and it will soon be summer again. One of the hardest things for teachers to cope with is spending a year working hard to … Continue reading

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Reading Together: Why Your Baby Needs Books

By Elizabeth Verdick and Marjorie Lisovskis, authors of the Happy Healthy Baby® series When you read to your baby, you’re not just bonding, you’re promoting language and social skills. It’s never too early to start a positive lifetime habit. “In … Continue reading

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