Sarah Collinge

Creating the Perfect Reading Nook for Kids

Encouraging children to foster a love of books and reading at an early age is an excellent way to set them up for their future. However, getting our children to want to read is a task much easier said than done. Creating a comfortable, quiet and unique space for your kids to read can be the perfect way for them to fall in love with the world of literature. That’s why we’ve reached out to the experts from Sacramento to Philadelphia to provide you with some ideas for creating the perfect reading space for your children. So sit back, and check out these imaginative reading nook ideas to help your child foster a lifelong love of books and learning.

The Ultimate Guide to Virtual Teaching

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5 Tips for Reading Aloud to Children

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5 Solutions for Providing Books to Families During School Closures

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Reducing the COVID-Slide by Looking at Summer Slide Research

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Questions About Copyright During COVID-19

As teachers move from the classroom to the cloud, I am fielding a lot of questions related to...

Teaching Online: Paring Back Instruction & Limiting Technology

Publishers, organizations, and non-profits have provided a wealth of materials, links, software,...

On-Line School During COVID-19: 4 Things I Learned

My daughters’ school district launched online learning last week, only to be shut down by the state...

Mature Topics and Books in the Program

Are you reviewing the student books in the Read Side by Side Reading Program? All texts in the...

Nonfiction and the C. I. A. Approach: 3 Things I've Learned

Everyone has that genre that they avoid.  For most of my life, it was the genre nonfiction.  Maybe...

5 Tips for Making Running Records Work in Your Classroom

For years I have used running records in my classroom, both formally and informally.  These...