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by Susan Stephenson
Here are some ideas to help your kids connect books to their everyday lives, and celebrate reading.
by Susan Stephenson
Music is a key element in bringing up happy, creative children.
by Susan Stephenson
Here are some fun, child-tested activities to give your young hero some extra super powers.
by Susan Stephenson
Reading not only contributes to vocabulary and knowledge acquisition, it also builds empathy, allowing kids to walk a mile in someone else's shoes.
by Susan Stephenson
Help your kids to really engage with literature so that reading becomes not just a habit, but also a lifetime source of enjoyment.
by Susan Stephenson
Use picture books to help kids think about what they see, and guide them toward becoming media-savvy in real life.
by Susan Stephenson
Activities revolving around reading and writing poetry motivate our kids to play with language and enjoy it.
by Susan Stephenson
Help kids get a balanced reading diet by slipping a poem or rhyme into a spare moment of the day.
by Susan Stephenson
The computer can be a great encourager to start children writing.
by Susan Stephenson
Help children use their imaginations to bring their favorite stories to life.

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