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Here are 7 ideas for how to keep your kids learning over the summer - without the fuss.
Identifies a dozen strategies to help support children's self expression, to hear and understand language, and to become competent communicators.
Summarizes 17 ways to assist infants and toddlers to learn about themselves, about being in relationships, and basic concepts needed to learn about the world.
Why is it important to support English language learners? This article tells you how to support non-native speakers of English in classrooms and schools.
Parental involvement has an important effect on a child's reading and writing development.
Provides a description of several 'thinking' or 'compensatory strategies' that aid all readers to improve their engagement with text.
Improve your child's focus and social skills with these strategies.
An overview of the process a child goes through in learning to write.
Information for educators and teachers on supporting the development of English language skills in ELL through long term and short term instructional practices.
Wondering how to support your child's transition from pre-reading to reading? Here are some parenting tips and resources to get your child started.
Some kids are just born confident. From the time they’re toddlers, it seems that difficulties just roll off their backs. Other kids seem to be constantly second-guessing themselves, even from a young age. They may be nervous to try new things, or they may take criticism so hard that they’re unable to recover from it. The good news is, even children who are not born confident can develop the skills that they need to gain confidence and maintain it.
Does your daughter struggle with a low confidence? You can help her see how wonderful she really is. Boost your daughter's self-esteem with these tips.
New research shows that teaching preschoolers both academic and social-emotional skills leads to greater school readiness overall.
Here's how to keep your young reader engaged and interested in summer reading over the summer without losing any of the learning.
Strategies for helping children with LD build confidence and self-esteem.
This article outlines the definition and the value of games, the positive effects of organized games on the development of children, the difference between
Helpful suggestions for interactions that parents and caregivers should have with toddlers to enhance their language development and communication skills.
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