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November 1st marked the start of Family Literacy Month, a nation-wide initiative to encourage not just reading in children, but prioritizing it as a family affair. This month has been nationally celebrated since 1994 and states such as Massachusetts issue a state-wide proclamation in order to...
Crickets chirping at night. 100 degree temperatures during the day. There’s no doubt that kids all across Oklahoma have settled into their break from school for the summer. While summer typically means “free days” with no responsibilities of homework, science projects or spelling words, it’s...
Starting next school year, a new law requires third graders who have unsatisfactory scores on reading tests to be held back for another year, unless they meet one of the exemptions. More than 1 in 10 third graders could be retained. Third grade reading is an important measure and it’s one in which...
Frequently when attending a baby shower, I will include a gift to the parents.  It is a book written by Rosemary Wells titled Read To Your Bunny. Why give such a gift to parents?  The answer is based on numerous research projects that indicate the single most effective...
A resource that can help children learn is something we can all use. The Center for Early Learning Literacy has developed some great tools and I thought I’d take a moment to highlight some of them. CELL representative, Allison Jones M.Ed., presented at our Annual Conference in August and shared...
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