Has your child ever been stumped on what to read next? Maybe they want to explore a new genre, or find books similar to ones they’ve previously enjoyed. Asking the school or local librarian is a great place to start finding new texts, but what happens when your child is curious at home? Thankfully, there exist many online reading resources that will help your child expand their personal library (or encourage them to visit the local one!) Below are four different search engines that can help them find a book. A couple of the platforms will likely prove useful to you as well!
While it is great to read well, it is even better to read widely. These resources are sure to help your child develop the reading interest and habits that will lead them to become strong thinkers, engaging speakers, and captivating writers.
None of us are strangers to “the diary.” While it might conjure up images of Lisa Frank lock journals from the early 2000s, diary-keeping actually comes from centuries of travel and spiritual meditations. Some of the oldest records originate in antiquity ...
Grammar, simply, is the rules of and for language. Modern English grammar began in the eighteenth century with new printing technology and a rise in capitalism, which produced an explosion in printed material at affordable prices for broader audiences.
Creative writers know that words can be powerful! One word can make all the difference in an essay, novel, or scene. Yet, it can be difficult to find the “right” word. No matter what you are writing or how lost you may find yourself, one of the most useful tools in a writer’s journey is the visual “Thinkmap.”