MakeBeliefsComix Expands Writing Prompt Printables to Help Literacy Students

Tweet Previously I have written about MakeBeliefsComix and its downloadable pages for children. The site has recently expanded its offerings, and I’m passing along a note from Bill Zimmerman, who created MakeBeliefsComix, about what you can find there. “Dear reader, … Continue reading

The Case for Family Book Clubs: Parents Reading to Children Indicator of Success at School

Tweet Thomas Friedman is more known for his observations on world affairs than family affairs, but in a recent opinion article for the New York Times, Friedman talks about how children show higher success rates in school when their parents … Continue reading

Summit Series Offers Parenting Advice, Interviews Me About Book Clubs With Your Kids

Tweet I’ve recently discovered a new website that offers great parenting advice on a quite a few topics. It’s called Summit Series For Families, and parents can find lots of different advice, tips and other information there. Topics covered include … Continue reading

Reading and Technology: A Study from Scholastic, Inc.

Tweet This month in my newsletter I referred to a recent study by Scholastic, Inc. that discovered a few interesting things about kids, reading, and their parents’ concerns about technology. The Scholastic Study found that from age 6 – 17, … Continue reading

Game Review: Bananagrams

Tweet I love puzzles almost as much as I love books. When I see crosswords, Sudoku grids and word search puzzles, my fingers start to itch and I scan the clues even if I don’t have a pencil in my … Continue reading

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