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Five Tips for Reading Success

By Libbie Hough, Communications Specialist

Reading is a critical skill and has direct impact on our success in school, work and life.

If you are a parent or caregiver of a young child, you may find yourself wondering when to start getting your child ready to read. 409 more words


How to read to kids who can't sit still

Ever since Theo discovered crawling, he’s EVERYWHERE. He is always on the move unless he’s asleep . And because he’s so active, many friends ask how I manage to read to him daily and keep him interested in books. 238 more words


Toddler Time - Balloons!

Today’s Toddler Time was on my birthday! Yay! I was super excited to plan a Toddler Time for my birthday. Because it was my birthday, I decided that today’s program would focus on the learning concept of play. 412 more words


5 Tips for Raising Readers

“My baby won’t sit still and read.”

“My baby just chews on books.”

“My baby is too young to understand.”

“I sound silly reading aloud to my baby.” 518 more words


St. Patricks Day Family Storytime

Themes: St. Patricks Day, Green
Early Literacy: Phonological Awareness

Families with young children enjoy a variety of stories, songs, rhymes and movement activities while building early literacy skills (ages five and under) 649 more words

Public Library

Christina's Corner: Every Child Ready to Read @ your library

How do I prepare my child to learn to read?

Everyone realizes that reading is essential to your child’s success in school and that some children seem to have an advantage when it comes to learning. 137 more words


Your Passion and Tenacity: Essentials to Success


I want to tell you about a teacher named Stephanie. She’s a fourth-grade teacher Oak Crest Intermediate school in East Central ISD. While she isn’t new to teaching, it’s her first year to teach language arts. 836 more words