Sometimes, it can be exhausting locating educational resources for our young learners. There is so much content, so many things changing. How can one find an easy way to keep their child's education current? Honest History Magazine encourages learners to not just read about history, but engage with and explore it. Honest History Magazine - … Continue reading Awesome Educational Subscriptions
What You Imagine While You Read is Correct!
Trust yourself, your reading comprehension skills and your imagination.
Summer Learning Journey
Perhaps the process of summer reading needs to be reframed so that students and parents alike can see the benefit from both having a summer learning goal and documenting the path to accomplishing it. I present to everyone: The Summer Learning Journey!
3 Steps to Combat Writing Hesitancy in Middle Graders
Of the many hurtles writing students need to clear on the journey to becoming better writers, for some students, simply getting the words onto the paper is the biggest hurtle of them all. They are incredibly similar to a cautious toddler considering jumping into a pool for the first time, carefully measuring their approach. And … Continue reading 3 Steps to Combat Writing Hesitancy in Middle Graders
Better Your Writing: Step 4 – The First Draft
"Ain't nothing to it but to do it." - Ronnie Coleman First Draft With road map in hand, look through the notes you have in your journal about this topic and enter those thoughts in the box of your writing road map that makes sense. Now its time to let go. As you think more … Continue reading Better Your Writing: Step 4 – The First Draft
2021 Summer Reading Club Descriptions
Read the descriptions of the clubs below and click on the links to register for the clubs. Family Reading Club Sundays at 1PM - July, August, September Elementary- level books, articles and other reading material are read and afterwards either individual families, or families come together to speak to each other about the story and … Continue reading 2021 Summer Reading Club Descriptions
“Who Decides the News?” and Why it is Important for Readers to Understand This
Tragic news about the site moderator.
Meet The College Professor/ Poet/ Youth Motivator Dr. Daniel Jean
When I first asked Dr. Jean if I can interview him for my blog, I asked because, after reading the timely lyrics he posts to his Facebook page, I thought someone who uses words so powerfully and beautifully should be featured on a literacy blog. While I wanted to highlight Dr. Jean's literacy genesis, his … Continue reading Meet The College Professor/ Poet/ Youth Motivator Dr. Daniel Jean