Monthly Archives: September 2014

9 Reading Tips for Kindergarteners

By |September 17th, 2014|

The key to getting a Kindergartener excited about reading is to make it fun! Kindergarteners are more comfortable with their ability to express themselves verbally than they were as toddlers, but they can often struggle with confidence when it comes to recognizing letters, sounds and word patterns. The tips below can help your child become […]

Books by Mail for Eugene Kids 0 – 4

By |September 8th, 2014|

Free books by mail each month to Eugene children birth through four – to keep!
In celebration of National Literacy Month in September we couldn’t be happier to spread the word about this exciting new opportunity for parents of children preschool aged and younger in Eugene!
Eugene Public Library is happy to announce a new service to […]

School Absences Add Up!

By |September 2nd, 2014|

Whether your kids are missing school days because of illness, vacation, or because they simply don’t want to go, the end result is the same – they lose learning time. While all children and adolescents get sick and need time to heal, it is important to know when your child really should be staying home, […]