Now that we’ve decided to make it a summer of reading adventures, here are a few tips to finding books that fit their interest and reading levels. Sound hard? Trust me it isn’t… all you need are your eyes, ears and a little parental discernment.
Reading can be a grand adventure, even for our most resistant kids, and summer is the perfect time to make a change. With a little planning, you can turn reading from a chore into a creative way to play all through the summer.
I know this last school year has been A LOT for all of us, parents, teachers and kids alike. But, if we do nothing else this summer, daily reading needs to continue in order to improve and maintain academic skills over the summer.
In case you missed them on our Facebook page, here are our top posts for April. We shared information about what causes Autism to what to say when the kid say they’re “bored.” Be sure to LIKE the Bette Fetter Facebook page (if you haven’t already) to join in the conversation and to follow along as I share ideas and suggestions relevant to visual learners.
In case you missed them on our Facebook page, here are our top posts in October. Be sure to LIKE the Bette Fetter Facebook page (if you haven’t already) to join in the conversation and to follow along as I share ideas and suggestions relevant to visual learners.
While reviewing the feedback that we got on our reader survey, we noticed reading is still a big concern for many of our readers no matter what the ages of their children. So we’ve gone back into the archives and pulled out this great reminder from November 2014 of just how simple encouraging your early readers can be.