The sounds of languageBecoming a lifelong reader involves far more than knowing the ABCs. It begins with children becoming sensitized to the sounds of language. The more sounds a child hears, the more words, with all their sounds, he’ll learn to say and eventually read.
Bilingual baby!Speaking more than one language brings a host of benefits and is fun way to explore language with your child.
Thematic exploration: Learning ideas to loveCreate fun summer learning activities using this creative teacher tip.
Developing oral language through nursery rhymesNursery Rhymes contribute to the foundational skills young children need in their oral language development.
Developing oral language through dramatic playThere is so much to be learned through dramatic play, especially when it comes to vocabulary and oral language development.
Kindergarten skills checklistIs your child ready for kindergarten? Refer to this skills checklist.
Where do babies get their words?Our literacy expert answers where, how and when babies gain language skills.
10 benefits of teaching your child SpanishHere are ten ways that teaching your children Spanish will expand their minds and enrich their lives.