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The Benefits of Reading Aloud With Your Child (and How to Get the Most Out of It)

The Benefits of Reading Aloud With Your Child (and How to Get the Most Out of It)

How important is reading aloud to children? Here, Chicago tutor Galen B. reviews the benefits and some helpful tips...  Whether your child is not yet talking or is working on chapter books, reading aloud with her is a valuable exercise. According to the U.S. Department of Education, “reading aloud to children is the single most important activity for building knowledge and eventual success.”1 It introduces vocabulary and word-sound association, which builds the foundation for literacy. It … Read More

The Benefits of Reading Aloud With Your Child (and How to Get the Most Out of It)
How important is reading aloud to children? Here, Chicago tutor Galen B. reviews the benefits and some helpful tips...  Whether your child is not yet talking or is working on chapter books, reading aloud with her is a valuable exercise. According to the U.S. Department of Education, “reading aloud to children is the single most important activity for building knowledge and eventual success.”1 It introduces vocabulary and word-sound association, which builds the foundation for literacy. It
8 Great Grammar Games for Kids
Learning grammar can be a challenge for kids - as well as for adults re-learning concepts long forgotten! So instead of making grammar boring and dry with hours spent bent over a book in memorization, try adding a few fun grammar games to your daily life. Before you know it, your kids might start pointing out your grammatical shortcomings. In Other Words Looking for grammar games to expand your child’s vocabulary? Try playing this simple game. Make a statement, then take turns with your
3 Important Study Skills for College Students
Ready for college? Make sure your study skills are on track with these tips from Honolulu tutor Jinan B... Doing well in college is often a balancing act: you are learning so many new things, being exposed to new ideas and people, making friends, and having fun. Having good study skills will ensure that you both succeed in your classes and also make the most of your study time, so you also have time to experience the many other facets of life that college offers. As a professor at a large
How to Write With Humor: Finding Your Voice
A writer's voice is what attracts readers to stay on the page, finish the piece, and return for more. Voice makes writing uniquely the author's, and it can sink the poem, feature story, or op-ed piece for one reader and elevate it for another. As you're learning how to write with humor, keep the following things in mind! Humor is Important to Voice Humor can be a great part of voice. In fact, some would argue that it is a necessary part. Humor helps the reader: remember key points want
How to Analyze an Argument in an Essay | 4 Easy Steps
At some point in your academic career, you'll need to know how to analyze an argument properly. Here, tutor Andrew P. shares his guide to success...   As a college student, you'll be expected at some point to understand, restate, comment on, or discuss someone’s assertion (strongly stated position). An argument is a reason(s) for a conclusion. He is dense (reason); therefore, I won’t talk with him (conclusion). I won’t talk with him (conclusion) because he is dense (reaso

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