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Top 10 Activities for Language Development In Children

Language development is not the same for every child. However, it is a natural part of a child’s developmental years. Some start talking early some

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reading level of my child

At different ages, a child’s reading level is different. As a parent, you must ensure that you give them the right books. The right books

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Toddlers are very active and love to try new things. They get involved in activities with great interest; however, if they get bored, they never

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Benefits of Reading Aloud

Reading is the most useful form of entertainment. It is a hobby that polishes many skills including reading, writing and speaking. Although people are well

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Children undergo an oral sensory fixation during the development stage. The blog discusses children’s chewing and oral sensory fixation.

Children chew various objects during their development stage. Young babies and toddlers have various chewing habits. They chew candies, toys, and many other objects to

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Hand Dominance Development in Children

Child development involves many phases, among which hand dominance is an important developmental milestone. Children use both of their hands equally when they are unaware

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Why Some Kids Struggle With Spelling

Kids struggle with spelling in different ways. Some face confusion about letters, they reverse the letters, such as b and d. Others do not get

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How To Help Young Kids With Handwriting

Children can struggle with handwriting, but it is an essential part of development that they learn to write letters and numbers. Writing skills are essential

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pincer grasp

A pincer grasp is holding an object using a thumb, forefinger, or middle finger. A child starts using a pincer grasp after around 9 months

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Fix Line Orientation Challenges in Handwriting

Line orientation means keeping the words lined up in the writing space and following the correct direction. Children face issues in keeping line orientation while

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Learning Shapes for Preschoolers

Do you often worry about your kid being unable to understand the basics of shapes? It is difficult initially, but you can make it easy

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kids-writing

Creative writing, conventionally referred to as literature, helps you use creativity and imagination to express thoughts and ideas personally. Even though it is considered to

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Fun Writing Games

Writing is boring for many children. However, with some creative ideas, it can be made fun. These ideas include fun writing games. Writing games for

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Encourage Your Child's Writing

Writing is a unique form of expression, and children can start their writing journey at a very young age. The most important part is for

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Kids Develop Good Reading Habits

Reading is one of the most beneficial skills to develop in young kids. It improves vocabulary, increases attention span and creativity, and promotes mental development.

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Learning starts right from birth when babies observe things, even when they cannot speak or understand what they are told. However, their senses are immensely

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Schools hold creative writing sessions to foster children’s creative thinking, writing, and storytelling skills. However, these sessions are standard and may not cater to each

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PLAYGROUND SKILLS BUILD WRITERS Don’t keep this secret from your kids! It seems at first logical to dismiss playground time as non-academic.  But point out

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“Mom, Can You Listen To My Story?” Four Listening Secrets That No One Ever Told You “Mom will you listen to my story?” is such

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How To Create a Fairy Tale Family Tradition When my daughters were little, my dad used to tell them his version of The Three Little

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Write Out Loud; Your Child is Listening Growing up, every so often I heard my mom in the next room talking to herself while she

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The Writing Process & Why It Matters Above the board in my classroom, I have a writing process wall.  It goes straight across the top

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Our Best Editing Tip Several years ago, I worked as a feature reporter for a small newspaper in my city. One of the best parts

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Two Tips To Help Your Child Spelling is often the number one “Go To” place where parents help their children with writing.  Let’s face it,

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Read Like a Writer: Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have A Dream”   Reading like a writer is a powerful exercise that helps writers see

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Word games keep us connected… Staying connected with my children with all our busy lives is a challenge to say the least! With one grown child in

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This month we invite writers to put their own spin on favorite fairy tales. Fairy tale writing has long been one of our favorite tools

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As a parents to young writers, we often hear the question: “Want to hear my story?” What our young writers most need from us at

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How do you define your family culture? One of my daughters was a volleyball player for a while. This was a new sport (for all

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From day one, we are encouraged to read with our children. But what about writing with our children? Educator Ralph Fletcher writes, “Childhood is the

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