Cincinnati Children’s develops new programs to improve child literacy | Addresses early concerns, provides intervention.

Early Childhood Reading, Literacy Program, Development, NICU, Neonatal Clinic,

Funded by the Reading & Literacy Discovery Center, neonatologists, caring for babies in the NICU at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, conducted a study that would identify key risk factors, associated with reading difficulties some children face prior to elementary school. It is their claim that “literacy screening and interventions administered by a pediatrician can effectively help identify potential reading difficulties” and effectively improve early childhood development. The study, conducted between 2018 and 2019, […]

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Your Library Card: The New Multi-Pass for Entertainment and…Gaming?

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Previously Published to Talent Zoo’s Digital Pivot If you haven’t visited a library in some-odd years, chances are you still think people are going to the library to study and read 800-page encyclopedias on some war we never heard about. Well, actually, you could be right, because learning is “fun-for-da-mental,” but you would also be wrong. Here’s why: Today, many people are heading to their local libraries as a center for tech access to the […]

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Monster Treehouse Club: Utilizing social media to promote child literacy

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED ON EXAMINER A literacy program aimed at enhancing early childhood development through personalized and interactive experiences has been making great advances towards shaping the future of early educational programming for our youth. Children, ages three to eight, have been finding that reading can truly be enjoyable, writing to their monster pals through the Monster Treehouse Fictional Pen Pal program, a program launched in beta since February of 2014. Testimonies report that some children […]

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Educational App encourages “Social” with contests in promoting Math to our youth!

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED ON EXAMINER Whether your child attends a public school or is being homeschooled by you, there is no denying that educational yet interactive learning materials are top priority in giving your child the skills they need to succeed in the real world. The younger the children are, the more we seek to excite their core with educational games directed towards their age group. One company is working to supply this demand in a […]

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Marketing for Change: Only 1-in-3 parents read to their children, 8 and under

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED ON EXAMINER In a world where technology is so evolved that everything is possible, why are our children becoming more corrupted, lacking morals, becoming more spoiled, lacking conscious, etc.? Does it have to do with how we are raising them? Does it have to do with the minimum bonding time we are spending with them and in being the first teachers in their life? A new survey reports that “only one-in-three parents read […]

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