How I Got my Kids to Read this Summer + Great Summer Reading Books for 3rd and 4th Graders!

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Affiliate links are present. If you happen to purchase through one of my links, you may very well just make my day. ūüôā Classic, Contemporary, and non-fiction reading books for 3rd and 4th graders. I love summer vacation, and I think it is safe to say my kids do too! They love not having the… [read more]

Make Sure Your Child Gets a BrightStart! at Reading!

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Disclosure: I received¬†reading readiness products from Nemours as a thank you for this¬†post. Do you feel confident in selecting age appropriate books for your children? Do you ever struggle with coming up with activities that are fun to keep your little ones learning? Did you know that literacy is the single strongest predictor of adult… [read more]

Read-To-Cure with Reading Eggs – Review and Giveaway #ReadingEggsUS

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs. Early childhood education has always been very important to me. ¬†Though I’m not an educator by profession, I’ve always been interested in and passionate about the capacity of children to exceed our current educational expectations (i.e. our educational systems’ expectations). While I… [read more]

My three year old can read! How to teach children as young as 2 years old to read

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Early childhood education has always been extremely important to me. ¬†During and after college I taught 4 year olds at an academic preschool. ¬†I was also a teacher and therapist for children with autism. ¬†I knew even before I had children that I didn’t want to leave the teaching of my children entirely up to… [read more]