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The Importance of a Read Aloud to Children

by Tara Pyfrin M.ED, MA


Researchers recently reported a sharp decline with children and their love towards reading books for pleasure after the age of eight. An article recently published in Scholastic revealed across all age groups, “83 percent of kids say they loved those times when parents read to them aloud at home. Only 24 percent of 6-to-8-year-olds and 17 percent of kids ages 9 to 11 say that someone reads aloud to them at home, and many seem to miss it. Four in ten children in that 6-to-11 age range say they wished their parents had continued reading aloud to them.” What is it about a Read Aloud children find interesting and why are they beneficial?



5 Common Mistakes Parents Make
When Choosing a Camp

by Jess Michaels


You’ve made the exciting decision to send your child to camp. A summer camp experience will provide your child with many opportunities including trying new activities, building confidence and independence, the chance to be part of a community and learning to live and work with others. These are all skills that will help your child to be successful in school and in life. When choosing a camp, there are many factors parents want to consider. There are also some common mistakes that families make when choosing a camp. Here are the top five mistakes you’ll want to avoid when finding the right camp for your child.



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