Stories like ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ and ‘Jane Eyre’ are still relevant today.
Shared reading has many benefits. Among them, it can help your child develop a bigger vocabulary.
Reading styles vary in effectiveness. Here are six things you can do, based on research, to help your child get the most out of shared reading.
When it comes to children’s well-being and development, it’s not whether a woman works or not that matters but how she makes her choices work for her family.
While it can be painfully repetitive to adults, re-reading your child’s favourite book aloud can help boost their vocabulary and fluency.
Family meals – with lively conversation, storytelling and discussions of books and the tales they contain – feed children’s literacy skills.
English songs from the US and the UK are typically taught to kids around the world. With English now a language of many cultures, why not incorporate songs from the world?