Reading Strategies to Avoid and What to Use Instead

One of my clients recently shared some of their school’s reading strategies for Grade One students.  I had a meaningful conversation with this parent that I would like to share with you around the value—and dangers—of some of these strategies!  This post will kick off...

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Harmony Empowerment and Being Enthralled

There’s power in language. Humans developed language for social purposes - to operate in, and on, our environment. Through communication, we can give to others and receive from others. The power of language is the access it provides to belonging and connection through...

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5 Sneaky Ways to Encourage Your Child to Read

Parents of young children are encouraged to read books and teach them how to read independently from an early age. Reading books sets the foundation for many literacy skills like comprehension, spelling, writing, and creative thinking. Teaching your child to read can...

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