Numeracy can be fun… for Everyone!

All children are unique individuals. They all act, play, and express themselves differently. As parents, we quickly discover our children’s preferences in all things. We also generally try to accommodate these preferences – preparing our children’s favourite foods, reading their favourite stories, … Continue reading

The 5 W’s of Rhyming

Who? Anyone can learn a rhyme and use it. Moms, dads, grandparents, childcare providers, siblings, everyone! Where? You guessed it, anywhere! The obvious place is at home, but you can use rhymes at the doctor’s office, in the car, at … Continue reading

6 Books You and Your Little Ones will Want to Get Your Hands on

Do you find it difficult to have your child sit with you to read a book? Are you competing with touch screens or big screens for time with your child for sharing a book? Are you finding yourself so busy … Continue reading

How does Rhymes that Bind Support Literacy Development?

The early literacy skills of children do not begin with reading and writing. The skills they need prior to reading and writing are listening, speaking, and understanding. All of these skills are practiced in the Rhymes that Bind program. Rhymes are fun, … Continue reading