Tag Archives: reading aloud

Building Parent Child Relationships

“Kids spell love T-I-M-E.”  –John Crudele The relationship between two people can vary from moment to moment. Last night I sat in listened in on my son’s piano lesson. Then we went together to martial arts. At each event, I played … Continue reading

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The Reading List

 “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” –Sir Richard Steele I thought some of you might enjoy a list of  books that I’ve read to my kids over the years. This is incomplete, but I’ll add … Continue reading

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Teaching Passion

“No player in the NBA was born wanting to play basketball. The desire to play ball or to read must be planted. The last 25 years of research show that reading aloud to a child is the oldest, cheapest and … Continue reading

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Life’s An Adventure. Enjoy It.

“It’s alarming how quickly people adjust to adventures when they are in one. You really have to work at being astonished by life.” ― Ellen Potter, The Kneebone Boy As my son and daughters grow into their teenage years, story time comes … Continue reading

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