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Are After School Activities constructive?

11th February 2013
Young children today are gradually being sidetracked from books preferring to be in front of a monitor or television screen instead. It really is important that children begin at a young age their reading habits so anything parents may do to help them sha... Read >
Author: bookseller16

The Advantages of Reading Comic Books and Finding Out About what they can give us!

01st August 2012
Comic books are made up of a sequence of cartoons accompanied by dialogue in speech balloons or other text in captions. Theoretically, it is the sequence issue that is important in comics and as a result single panel cartoons, for example, cannot be consi... Read >
Author: bookseller16

Coloring pages and pictures Help Children Boost Their Learning Process.

05th May 2011
Young kids are extremely sensitive to the phenomenon happening around them and they are far quicker to learn from what they see and listen. This learning also exploits them to express their existence and there is perhaps no better way than to express thei... Read >
Author: Born to Write

My Child Can Read - But Hates to Do It.

27th June 2010
Maybe you're the parent of a child who can read. It's just that he or she doesn't want to!Sometimes a child who could be a really good reader resists reading and shows no interest in reading for pleasure. Marilyn Kay, M. Ed., director of The Reading Group... Read >
Author: Ellen Shapiro

What Makes Good Children's Literature

23rd March 2010
As a children's author (http://TinaTurbin.com), I'm often pleased to find that I've inspired children and adults to write children's stories of their own. A question they wonder is what exactly makes a good children's book. Whether you're a children's aut... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

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11th September 2009
You hear some folks say kindergarten is a waste of your time, while others have the opposite viewpoint. Even at my age I can remember kindergarten rather. It seemed to consist of principally getting read to, coloring with crayons or painting and taking a ... Read >
Author: Chris Sears
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