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Month: February 2017

Developing literacy skills through reading

Many of us often read to younger children but think that our older children don’t need this when if fact, if you can make the time, they do! Being read aloud too – by someone if your family help the listener to develop listening skills, think creatively and explore vocal tone. When you read out loud you can take the time to talk more about concepts and literary devices within the story which you may not explore when reading alone. Some children may be able to listen to more complex… Read more Developing literacy skills through reading

Literacy, your child, picture books and parenting.

How to raise a globally conscious child Storytelling and ambiguous sentences – Grandpa’s Big Adventure Just the way we are – all families are wonderful! Three little monkeys – coping with your own little monkeys Developing literacy skills through reading Road Trip – how to enjoy a road trip?! Lucy’s Book Parent Tips Storytelling Stereotypes in fairytales