I set a simple reading challenge for my kids: read a book, do a book report, get paid. It’s my simple way to stop summer slide this year.
Here’s what I’ve dug up to hide under our tree on Christmas Day. Got young boys? You’ll find something they’ll love on my DadCAMP Holiday Gift Guide
There are ups and downs when you have a child in French Immersion. They learn so much and yet still struggle so hard. This week I have seen it all.
Having kids is a chance for you to reset life and re-evaluate what is important. I asked my kids What Is Awesome and their answers didn’t disappoint.
It’s easy to keep your kids learning over summer, just get out and explore, get active, and try new things. Here are some reading and math websites
What kind of books do you read to your kids for bedtime stories? From short classics to modern favorites, to chapter books here’s what’s on our shelves.
My kids are absolutely killing themselves with laughter this week as they dig in to the StoryBots roster of apps online and iOS. It is, by far, the best collection of learning apps we’ve seen.
I am struggling with getting my son interested in reading, so I’m trying every app I can. The latest is from i Read With. Best part? These app books are cheaper than book books, and come in multiple languages!
The latest ad from Days Inn Canada misses the mark. They show a dad on a bizcation celebrating life from his family. It couldn’t be further from the truth.