Resources & Research
Get them listening! Dyslexia and Audiobooks
Listening to audio books allows children with dyslexia to access to the vocabulary, literary language, and content that they need to keep growing and developing while they get the explicit phonics instruction and the fluency practice that will help their eye reading catch up with their ear reading.
Time for Play Everyday
Child-initiated play lays a foundation for learning and academic success. Through play, children learn to interact with others, develop language skills, recognize and solve problems, and discover their human potential. In short, play helps children make sense of and find their place in the world.
Inquiry Based Learning: A Case for Curiosity
Children's brains are busily creating pathways. They are trying to understand how things work. They are learning -- and learning how to learn. Children begin as curious scientists seeking to make sense of the world. Our job is to help children remain connected to this essential 21st-century skill as they set out to ask questions, seek answers, and create solutions.