Education Begins At Home

Once Albert Einstein said,” Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.”  This is a powerful statement that underscores the difficulties for most children of retaining what they are taught in the school environment.  Education begins … Read More

A Better Reader

Noted Educator Nora Fleming once said that reading and writing are related communication skills, linked as cognitive processes in the brain. In writing about a text, a person becomes a better reader as he or she has the means for recording, connecting, … Read More

A Multi-sensory Approach

The ABC Trace and Say Alphabet Book teaches the sounds of letters through a multi-sensory approach. Children will hear the sound and see the letters represented and then perceived the way it is written when they trace the letter with their fingers. … Read More

A Love of Books

When children are young and learning to read they are most influenced by their adult role models who have a love of books and enjoy reading. Sharing a book with a young child increases their vocabulary, increases their foundational knowledge of the … Read More