Using reward charts while reading is a great way to help foster a reader’s sense of accomplishment and confidence. Here are some easy ways you can use them to motivate children on their reading journey.
A book club is a wonderful way to make reading a regular and fun activity. Here’s our five-step guide to starting your own, at home.
Outdoor reading activities open up a range of learning opportunities, so we asked educational consultant Dani Mundy for some inspiration to help us get active while learning to read. Here are six of our favourites that will show young learners that books are so much more than just a rainy day activity…
Reading aloud has lots of benefits, especially for children learning to read. Here are some simple ways that you can use this technique at home, whether you are homeschooling or reading for pleasure.
As a teacher, Tony Murray saw how celebrating achievements motivated his pupils in the classroom. He reveals how you can help build children’s confidence to help them succeed while learning.
These fascinating books are perfect for some at-home activities with your child. From watching videos to reading and comprehension, here’s how to get the most out of the series.
The earliest teaching begins before school or nursery, in your very own home. Here a teacher gives her tips and tricks (with some added inspiration too!) so you can help them thrive before formal education.
Discover how to use the Did You Know series at home, from watching the videos to using the quiz to embed their new vocabulary.
Watch a recording of the Ladybird Readers Webinar: Teaching English at home, filled with useful tips and ideas to help you get the most out of Ladybird Readers at home.
We know that entertaining children with little attention spans is not always easy! These activity ideas can be used to banish boredom while engaging children in both literacy and storytelling.