Browsing "Early Literacy"
When I was about five years old, my mother gave me a large pin that declared rather cheekily ”I’m essential!” I assume [...]
Writing by hand seems more old fashioned each year, as computers and text messaging creep into so many areas of our lives. As a journal writer [...]
Tomorrow is March 21st. For some, it’s just a Friday. For others, it’s the end of a long week or the [...]
There was lots of excitement around here this week when our own Liz Atack texted us on Tuesday from Washington, [...]
We know that one way to immerse young children in literacy is to invite them to make their own books, [...]
Some of the most fun books to read aloud are those with only one or two words per page…or even one, or two, [...]
It never fails. The last ingredient you need for dinner (or the art supply your class needs for a project) [...]
I’m a big fan of the preschools in Reggio Emilia, Italy, which are considered to be among the best in [...]
Do you have a struggling reader at home? Are you trying to help the children in your classroom sharpen their [...]
A neuroscientist presented this information at a recent Tennessee Reading Association conference, highlighting a few common myths about how the brain works. We only [...]
Bringing Books to Life
Bringing Books to Life helps educators and parents find fun and innovative ways to inspire children to read.
Elizabeth Atack, Program Coordinator
Megan Godbey, Adult Literacy Coordinator/GROW facilitator
Klem-Mari Cajigas, Bilingual GROW Project Facilitator