In today’s smartphone era, it’s hard to keep kids engaged with reading! Here are eight simple ways you can change that.
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These apps are specifically beneficial to special needs children, and for parents and caregivers who interact with them. MATH SKILLS • TeachMe — Reinforces writing, math and spelling skills through sight words, addition and subtraction while keeping kids engaged with a reward system. • Math Evolve — Practice math facts, mental skills and have fun… Read more »
Bang, Pow, Zap! September 25th is National Comic Book Day. Encourage your child’s love of literature and sense of adventure when you visit one of these local comic book stores. Arcadian Comics & Games 1810, 627 Monmouth St., Newport, Ky – 859-291- 5071 http://arcadiancomics.com Every day is a good day for a comic… Read more »
Did you know Chipotle has a Reading Rewards program for schools and libraries? It’s pretty cool. Grades K – 5 can earn free kids’ meal cards, while grades 6 and older can earn a BOGO entree. Local schools and libraries need only register their reading program at chipotle.com/reading (or let the site help you put… Read more »
Curious how to get your child interested in books? Here are some tips to help them start and keep ’em going!
Last year, the Campbell County Public Library teamed up with a local Girl Scout to bring 40 Little Libraries to various communities in Bellevue, Dayton, Fort Thomas, Newport and Southgate. The Little Libraries are mini book houses scattered throughout the county and are designed for owners to share the love of reading with friends and… Read more »
Do your New Year’s resolutions include upping your reading game? Consider joining a book club for motivation. The Campbell County Public Library hosts multiple clubs for different interests, including the Cold Spring Book Club, the Cup of Crime Book Club, Real Men Read, the Brown Bag Book Club, and more. Visit cc-pl.org for a schedule… Read more »
Gone are the days when keeping books about the house was enough incentive for kids to read. Today’s readers need a full diet of variety to stay engaged.
Your little one’s brain is a sponge and his healthy early brain development requires YOU to read to him! You’ll soon learn that your baby loves story time.
If books have been taking a back seat lately, set a goal to find time over the holiday break and check out some of these great finds in children’s books.