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by Susan Stephenson
Oral storytelling itself is a great way to improve children's oral fluency and help them understand concepts that underpin literacy and literature.
by Susan Stephenson
The best way to help kids learn the alphabet is, in my opinion, via fun and games. Here are some resources you might like for your youngsters.
by Susan Stephenson
By introducing kids to such projects as making an avatar, we get to discuss issues of cyber safety in a natural and creative way.
by Susan Stephenson
Linking writing to reading we've shared with our children is a wonderful way to extend the literature experience.
by Susan Stephenson
Get to know these games that help your children develop and practice literacy skills.
by Susan Stephenson
Books or chocolate? Tough choice some would say, but not if we think of it like this: Candy is gone in a bite, but the gift of reading lasts a lifetime.
by Susan Stephenson
Helping our kids love to read and read widely gives them the very best start in life.
by Susan Stephenson
By encouraging our children to play and have fun with words, we're helping them develop both reading and writing skills.
by Susan Stephenson
Here are some ideas to make the holiday season even more special for you and your kids.
by Susan Stephenson
There are lots of websites we can add to our parenting toolkit to help our children love to read.

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