5 “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” Lessons (pre-k to high school)

Looking for ways to incorporate this year’s Read Across America book, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” into your  lessons this March 2nd? I’ve compiled a list of 5 great lessons for you!  (A description of each lesson and links to them are located under the name of the providing site/blog) 1. Elementary Shenanigans “After reading Oh… Continue reading 5 “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” Lessons (pre-k to high school)

Thank You to all the Great Schools Who Have Hosted Me For “A Moon of My Own” Readings

  Covenant Presbyterian  Preschool Gorgeous Millie Gullet Elementary Doss Elementary St. Andrews Episcopal Elementary Olive Tree Learning Center Northwest Elementary Lee Elementary Serene Hills Elementary Blazier Elementary Barton Hills Elementary Allison Elementary Walnut Creek Elementary Poe Elementary (Houston) Bryker Woods Elementary Child Development Center at Congregation Beth Israel Zilker Elementary SCHEDULE A READING OF A… Continue reading Thank You to all the Great Schools Who Have Hosted Me For “A Moon of My Own” Readings

5 Ways to Encourage a Love of Reading in Your Young Child

1. Read Early, Read Often The benefits of early exposure to books are numerous.  “Just 20 minutes a day reading aloud with young children strengthens relationships, encourages listening and language skills, promotes attention and curiosity, and establishes a strong reading foundation. These skills are essential for success in school and in life….”. (readingfoundation.org) In my… Continue reading 5 Ways to Encourage a Love of Reading in Your Young Child