Written by Lillian Brooks According to a National Institute of Health study, approximately 5 percent of all American children have some kind of disability. There are many therapies designed to help…
Literacy and play can go hand in hand. There are so many ways your child can practice learning their letters and sounds whilst having fun and even engaging in physical activity. Children don’t need to sit at a desk, in front of a TV or staring at a tablet in order to master the pre-reading and writing concepts.
Here are a few simple ideas to get your kids moving, playing and learning at the same time. (more…)