This week we have a really simple at-home activity for you that practices letter recognition and writing in a really fun way! Children love learning how to read and write and often the first words or letters they recognize are those of their own name.
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Between the ages of 2 and 3, children usually hit a developmental stage where they want to hear the same story over and over and over again. While it’s exciting to see them reaching this stage (their literacy is developing!) it can be a bit tiring if you’re the one repeating the same story for the umpteenth time.
Do you ever find yourself picking up your phone and mindlessly scrolling Instagram? Meanwhile, accomplishing your Goodreads reading goal is looking less and less likely. It can feel disheartening when you’re not being as productive as the people posting constant homemade bread pictures on Facebook. With these tips, you can overcome that reading slump and get back on track.
Do you ever wonder how much reading you actually do?There are many ways to track your reading habits, and different styles work for different people. Lets take a look at how you can measure your reading and different tracking methods.
You may have heard others talk about their yearly reading goals, or maybe you’re one of those goal-setters. Whether it’s tracking the number of books through Goodreads or sampling different genres through a Pinterest challenge, there are many different types of reading goals. Should you set reading goals? Are they really a good idea, or is it better to just read whatever and whenever?