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family literacy

In the early years of children's lives, parents are their most important teachers and the verbal environment they provide by talking, reading and singing to their children sets the stage for children's language learning. Reading aloud can help your baby enjoy time with you, practice language and learn about the world. This love of books, language and communication will help your child be ready to learn and ready to read in school.
Family Literacy Day is a national awareness initiative held across Canada every year on January 27. Its goal is to raise awareness of the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities as a family.
Kids can be creatures of habit. Much like how they can watch the same movie over and over, some kids will stick to one author
We all want our kids to read, and we know we should lead by example. But when it comes to reading, that can be hard to do
Whether you're hoping to pry your young bookworm out of the books and into the real world, or you want to get your budding