Author: Megan Roseberry

18 May Word Gaps and Reading Books

Reading and sharing books with children at an early age has a profound effect on their development and helps them learn to read.  Parents and caregivers are a child’s first and most important teacher and play a huge role in helping their children become successful...

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12 Feb “Snow” Many Learning Opportunities!

The weather may be snowy and cold, but that does not mean that learning has to stop! There are many opportunities for children to develop their early literacy skills, whatever the weather. The La Porte County Public Library follows a curriculum called Every Child Ready...

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19 Nov Music and Early Reading Skills

Music is an extraordinary thing. It can bring us peace, encourage us to dance, help us study, and teach our children early reading skills! Listening to music and singing with young children can be incredibly beneficial! "Becoming a successful reader," states The University of Michigan,...

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21 Aug Great Books For Your Great Kindergartener

Do you have a child going into kindergarten this upcoming school year? Are they (or you) nervous? Maybe a little excited? Here are a few book recommendations to help everything run as smoothly as possible! The Night Before Kindergarten by Natasha Wing---This book follows the format of...

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