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1203, 2015

Books, Books Everywhere: Create a Reader-Friendly Home for Your Children

By |March 12th, 2015|Reading|0 Comments

For Houston children, I know how to read books are just the start of a love of literacy that will benefit your child all through life. Whether you buy more books of your own, borrow them from your local library or get them on loan from friends, putting books in front of your children is […]

1102, 2015

The advantages of reading to your children.

By |February 11th, 2015|Creative|0 Comments

The vast mass of knowledge in the world can only be gained by reading, and if you want your children to be smart, they have to acquire a love for reading.   The love of reading has so many benefits.   You can develop this reading habit in your children in as early as their first few […]

101, 2015

The love for reading is declining.

By |January 1st, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

The number of American children who say they love reading books for fun has dropped almost 10% in the last four years, according to a US study, with children citing the pressure of schoolwork and other distractions.

The survey of 2,558 US parents and children, carried out for children’s publisher Scholastic and managed by YouGov, found […]

3105, 2014

Encourage Your Children to Become Good Readers

By |May 31st, 2014|Reading|0 Comments

There are a number of things which we, as parents, can do to encourage our children to become good readers.Getting children reading is about always finding new opportunities for them to read, or for you to read to them. One of the main reasons children don’t read more is because they cannot find books they […]

1104, 2014

Reading books to babies.

By |April 11th, 2014|Design|0 Comments

You may wonder about the benefits of reading to your baby. An infant won’t understand everything you’re doing or why. But you wouldn’t wait until your child could understand what you were saying before you started speaking to him or her, right? Nor would you bypass lullabies until your baby could carry a tune or […]

2102, 2013

Help Your Child Learn to Read

By |February 21st, 2013|Reading|0 Comments

Reading to your child regularly early on helps them to develop vocabulary, learn the names and sounds of letters, connect their own experiences to the books you read to them, and learn how books work. We now know that these skills, knowledge and understandings that lead children to be successful readers are developed long before […]

3107, 2012

What Babies Learn In the Womb.

By |July 31st, 2012|Design|0 Comments

The first time I played my acoustic guitar for my son, Michael, he was just a few months old. But even though the only other occasions he could have heard me play was when I was pregnant with him, he turned around and gave me a smile that seemed to say, “I recognize that sound!” […]