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

Make Beliefs Comix.com Offers Printables That Are Fun and Help With Literacy

Tweet MakeBeliefsComix.com is a site created by author Bill Zimmerman that helps to engage reading learners in fun activities that lead to literacy. The site allows anyone to create their own comic strips. There are also resources for teachers and … Continue reading

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