Category: Kindergarten

Your Child Has Lost Interest In Reading…Now What?

Your Child Has Lost Interest In Reading…Now What?

[For Pre Hoots-Big Hoots (ages 3-10)] If your child has lost interest in reading, it may feel daunting. What happened? And what can you do to reignite their wonder for words? First: take a breath! Going through challenging times is part of the learning process for any child…and adult for that matter. So rather than […]

5 Ways to Raise a Reader

5 Ways to Raise a Reader Excited young girl reading a book

In an age of technology, it may seem harder than ever to raise a child who loves to read. That’s why it’s crucial to start the process at a young age. Studies have shown that reading aloud to children in infancy and toddlerhood not only develops a child’s vocabulary but develops early reading skills, leading […]

5 Reasons Avid Readers Excel in School

5 Reasons Avid Readers Excel in School The Road to Reading - Book Nook NYC

Something we have always known to be true is that avid readers make for well-rounded learners. Reading not only advances literacy skills but introduces new ideas, concepts, and worldviews to children. The more we read, the more we know, after all. And this doesn’t just include independent reading in children. A study by the American Academy of Pediatrics revealed […]

5 Ways to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten

5 Ways to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten Child reading a story to prepare for kindergarten

The transition from preschool to kindergarten can be scary. In preschool, students are easing into an academic setting for the first time, where learning is play-based and relaxed. It is a wonderful and warm first educational experience – but can sometimes make the shift to kindergarten feel overwhelming. Kindergarten is a time when students learn […]

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