How to nurture your child’s reading journey

How to nurture your child’s reading journey

Unlock the secrets to supporting your child’s reading journey in the coming year  Image: Pexels Around the globe, classrooms are embracing a Structured Literacy approach to foster effective reading skills. Parents play a pivotal role in this process, needing to...
Children and Books in a Digital World

Children and Books in a Digital World

Reading opens up a world of possibilities for kids. Their vocabulary, imagination and curiosity expand as they learn to read. Books with rhymes, rhythms, and repetition captivate their attention. Reading books fosters brain connections essential for the development of...
19 Incredible Benefits of Reading to Children

19 Incredible Benefits of Reading to Children

There are so many benefits of reading to children and it is one of the most special activities you can engage in. It is also one of the most important. The best gift you can give your child is to start reading to them from a young age, long before they are able to...
E-Books vs. Print: What Parents Need to Know

E-Books vs. Print: What Parents Need to Know

E-books are becoming a more popular choice among kids, but is high-tech as good as print for the youngest readers? Find out how they stack up. When Maggie Moore, a suburban Denver mom, was literally weighing her packing options for a family trip, she was stumped by...
Only 32% of adults read books regularly, survey finds

Only 32% of adults read books regularly, survey finds

A survey found only 32% of adults in South Africa read books regularly.   Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga this week encouraged parents to get books for their children to stimulate a culture of reading from a young age, after a survey found only 32% of...
6 Tips to Help Your Child Read With Comprehension

6 Tips to Help Your Child Read With Comprehension

Reading with comprehension is a vital skill that lays the foundation for a child’s academic success and life-long learning. However, more than simply decoding words, children must fully comprehend what they read to benefit from the reading experience. Shortfalls in...