Research shows that just 20 minutes a day spent reading with a child helps him/her develop critical reading skills Della Harp As families settle into the regular routines and earlier bedtimes of the school year, it’s a great time to pull out some books and get your child excited about the new
The Four Books Every Social Entrepreneur Should Read Willy Foote I write about agri-business and the impact of social entrepreneurship. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. I live and work a stone’s throw from Harvard University’s campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As the leaves begin to turn, 150,000 students descend upon Cambridge, Boston, and the
Decreasing stress, increasing skills: Very good reasons to read regularly Wed, September 13, 2017 Reading has many physical and psychological benefits, including reducing your overall stress. (Shutterstock/File) Whether a paperback, a newspaper or e-book, reading has been proven to be beneficial in many ways
How to Become an Avid Reader It’s common knowledge that books are better than TV, and have the added benefit of making you more focused and informed. Even though you know that reading is good for you, however, you might struggle to be an enthusiastic reader who understands and recalls the book.
Teach Your Child to Recognize the Letters of the Alphabet Children who have basic literacy skills like letter recognition before they enter kindergarten will be better prepared for success in school. Before they can learn to read, children need to be able to recognize letters of the alphabet and know what sounds
How to Read Aloud to a Child Do you want to boost your child’s language skills and encourage their imagination? It’s as easy as picking up a children’s book and asking your child to come and listen. Make a difference in a child’s life by reading to them while they are