Category Archives: Encouragement

Celebrating Read Across America

Originally posted on Speed Reading Plus Blog!:
“The more that you read, the more things you’ll know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.“–Dr. Seuss 1st graders listening to Seuss I love Read Across America for personal…

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Why Advanced Skills Are Recommended For Even the Academically-Talented Students

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Today’s Exhausted Superkids–the Value of Sleep

The following is an opinion piece that appeared in the New York times written by Frank Bruni: Today’s Exhausted Superkids. “There are several passages in the new book “Overloaded and Underprepared” that fill me with sadness for American high school students, the most driven of whom are forever in search of a competitive edge. Some use stimulants like Adderall. Some cheat.

But the part of the book that somehow got to me most was about sleep.”
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Excellent Hints to Encourage Children

Head Start listed some excellent hints for teachers to encourage children. Good for teachers and parents for children of all ages.   I think some of them are good for co-workers, managers and spouses as well! Head Start Teacher Tips

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