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Estelle Bardon

How Early Reading Skills Contribute to a Child’s Development

Bonus: MyLibook Review Author: Gayle Kurtzer-Meyers Teaching your child how to read from an early age can be a challenge. Parenthood is overwhelming in itself, and it can be easy to lose sight of your child’s personal development in the process. However, research suggests that engaging with young children by reading, talking, and singing can …

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Personalized Valentine’s Day Activities that Reinforce Early Literacy Skills

Personalized Valentine’s Day Activities that Reinforce Early Literacy Skills

By Tzvetelina Sabkova and Estelle Bardon The MyLibook team wishes you a happy new year! We hope you are ready to start a new year full of great learning adventures with your little readers. As mothers of young children, we are constantly looking for fun, original and educational ideas to help children develop their reading …

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Three Skills That Must be Mastered Before Learning to Read

Author: Kristie Shelley One of my favorite educational quotes is- “Learning to read is rocket science.” This was said by the great education researcher Louisa Moats. In other words, it takes a lot of carefully crafted, complicated steps to all line-up in order to learn to read. Luckily, most little ones don’t even notice these …

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How to Combine Outdoor Activities with Learning

How to Combine Outdoor Activities with Learning

What can we do to continue having a fun and relaxing summer? In the same spirit as my first blog post, here are three exciting, quick, and simple outdoor games that kids will enjoy. They also count towards homeschooling, too, of course. Writing with Ice What you need Food coloring (different colors) 2 cups of water …

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How to Teach Diversity to Our Young Children?

June 19, is an American holiday named Juneteenth or Freedom Day. 156 years ago — two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863 — the Proclamation was formally read by Gordon Granger in Texas, the last state in the US to emancipate the African American slaves. However, despite this substantial milestone for …

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