Behavior is Communication! Tips for helping children communicate.

Developing Communication Skills in Preschool

Speech Therapy Activities for Stimulating Your Baby’s Language Development – Speechbuddy.com – Educational Baby Games #raisingreaders www.raisingreaders.org

Speech Therapy Activities for Stimulating Your Baby’s Language Development – Speechbuddy.com – Educational Baby Games #raisingreaders www.raisingreaders.org

Raise a Reader Infogram  --  "Reading aloud builds a child's 'want' to read." Continuing to read to students at home builds literacy.

Raise a Reader Infogram

Raise a Reader Infogram -- "Reading aloud builds a child's 'want' to read." Continuing to read to students at home builds literacy.

Toddlers and TV: The American Academy of Pediatrics Says No by Esther Entin, MD via theatlantic

Toddlers and TV: The American Academy of Pediatrics Says No

Toddlers and TV: The American Academy of Pediatrics Says No by Esther Entin, MD via theatlantic

Room to Read partners with communities across the developing world to promote literacy by establishing libraries, constructing classrooms, publishing local-language children’s books, training educators and supporting girls’ education.   They believe, as we do at The Children's Reading Foundation, all children deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential, and that investing in education now pays dividends for generations to come. #DoNotReadThis #ReadWithAChild

Room to Read partners with communities across the developing world to promote literacy by establishing libraries, constructing classrooms, publishing local-language children’s books, training educators and supporting girls’ education. They believe, as we do at The Children's Reading Foundation, all children deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential, and that investing in education now pays dividends for generations to come. #DoNotReadThis #ReadWithAChild

Only 46% of children read for fun every day.  Start reading with a child when they're born to build skills and a love for stories.

Only 46% of children read for fun every day. Start reading with a child when they're born to build skills and a love for stories.

This book explores successful state-funded programs in Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, New York and North Carolina.

This book explores successful state-funded programs in Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, New York and North Carolina.

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