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Looking to engage your tween reader? Here are five tips to help promote reading for children ages 10-13: Read for enjoyment Tweens do a lot of reading for school and may not show interest in every required reading assignment. Take breaks from non-preferred reading and encourage reading...

Do you have a budding junior chef? Are you interested in cooking with your kid but not quite sure where to start? Want to try some new recipes and techniques? Here are resources and suggestions to help you out! Resources A to Z World Food is a...

Storytelling for Strong Literacy Skills Did you know storytelling is a great way to engage literacy skills for children of all ages? Make it into a game by taking turns adding to the tale! Wordless picture books are perfect for this. One person tells a story about...

  Are you looking for ways to support your child’s growing literacy skills? Try some of these family literacy activities! Don’t be afraid to think outside the box: children learn in many different ways and everyday experiences can be great enrichment tools. Here are a few...

  If you want to connect with your kids and encourage their curiosity, try asking them open-ended questions! Often when adults talk to children, we ask questions with specific answers: “Did you have a good day at school?” “What is your favorite color?” “Do you want...