Classroom Celebrates Cultural Diversity
It can be hard to find effective ways to make diverse cultures accessible in the classroom. One kindergarten teacher proved that kindness and inclusivity can work wonders. She invited parents to read in their own language to the class.
Both joyful and effective
Can You Tell a Tansy from a Blunderbuss?
Everyone with a love of language and literature is aware that words have a lifespan that mirrors our own. They are born somewhere, they grow and change in both pronunciation and meaning, and eventually they either evolve or die.
7 ancient yet delightful words
All Children Deserve Good Books To Call Their Own
In low-income neighborhoods, the ratio of age-appropriate books to children is low. These kids may have access to books at schools, but to successfully develop lifelong reading skills, it's better to ensure they have books of their own. One organization is doing just that - making sure every child in the program receives 12 books each year!
We need more organizations like this. See how they're making a meaningful impact on child literacy!Read More »