Does your child have a large vocabulary? A child’s vocabulary development is more than just hearing spoken words and reading written words. Understanding the meaning of a large number of words is the key to understanding when reading. It follows that the larger a child’s vocabulary, the easier it is to understand and make sense […]

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Son reading book with his African-American father at family outdoor picnic

Literacy skills are one of the most important skills that we have in life. That’s why reading and writing are the first subjects that young students learn. Developing strong these skills early in life sets students up for success in school and life! Covid-19’s Impact Covid-19 has had a negative impact on literacy development, especially […]

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Signs of reading disabilities in children

Whether it’s something a student has struggled with in the past, or progression isn’t happening at an expected rate, reading is a common struggle for students of all ages. For children with reading difficulties, the problem doesn’t always stop there. Many struggling readers also have trouble with skills such as writing, spelling, fluency, and comprehension. […]

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Young boy reading a stack of books in front of a bookcase

When students have trouble reading, it can affect their performance in many subjects. Poor reading skills and comprehension can lead to frustration, low self-confidence, and poor grades. But difficulty with reading and with comprehension is something that can be improved with regular practise. By learning to read effectively, your child can build skills that will […]

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