"This book delightfully provides ways in which to weave joyful and engaging reading experiences into every aspect of an early childhood classroom, because strengthening fundamental skills and knowledge of reading is easier if children love to do it!"
Our rewards, even in the form of our verbal praise, shape how our students think about themselves and others.
Language & Literacy Marie M. Clay (2016) explains that learning to read is making connections with visible print to the invisible knowledge one has of oral language. Many families who have a young readers learning at home this year, or who have spent significant amounts of time learning from home, are worried about sufficient reading …
"Virtual learning can simulate many traditionally in-person learning experiences, but it cannot replace the feel of a book in your child's hands or the sensation of writing on paper."
"If you have a virtual learner and you want to incorporate routines into your day that will support their offline literacy learning, then stay tuned for more Raising Remote Readers posts in the coming months. And remember, don't skip the bedtime story!"