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Learning at Home

K-3 Family Reading Time at Home Guides

K-3 Family Reading Time at Home Guides

Reading time together at home is a special time. Whether you receive books from school, check out books from the local library, or choose one from books you already have at home, you may be looking for tips to help make reading time at home even more enjoyable. As...

List of Imagination Library Books By Age Group

List of Imagination Library Books By Age Group

To further engage with your children around the Imagination Library books they are receiving in the mail, below is a link to the list of books that will be delivered in 2020 by each age group, based on a child’s birth year. These high-quality, age-appropriate books...

How to Read “With” Children: Reading Tips for Birth-Age 5 Children

How to Read “With” Children: Reading Tips for Birth-Age 5 Children

Bring books to life by reading “with” children! Engaging with children around reading is an essential tool for brain development that helps spark a child’s imagination and creates a bonding and learning experience. You don’t have to be a great reader to create a love...

Giving the Gift of Generational Literacy

Giving the Gift of Generational Literacy

Sharon Scruton, a professor of children’s literature at Bethel University in Mckenzie, Tennessee, describes how her family has developed a multi-generational love for reading through the gifting of books. First as a mother of three children and now as a “grandma” to...

Fall Fun Activities for Healthy Brain Development

Fall Fun Activities for Healthy Brain Development

It is finally FALL IN TENNESSEE! The fall season is a time for football, bonfires, admiring the changing colors of the leaves, and visiting local pumpkin patches and fall festivals with friends and family. Fall means finding any excuse to be outside in the crisp...