I often share strategies for supporting struggling readers, but today is a bit different. Today, I have Sharon Frazier Verpooten with me and she’s going to share 6 ways to support your gifted child at home. I met Sharon when I became an online reading tutor. She has such great energy, and always has awesome
Together we can develop a culture
of literacy and love of stories!
Today I’m talking with Danielle Kent from Piece of Mind Therapy and Consulting. Danielle is a speech and language pathologist who specializes in executive functioning with a neurodiversity and inclusion focus. She’s also a mother of two and an entrepreneur. She is a multi-passionate SLP dedicated to equipping and empowering parents and professionals to support problem
Today I have award-winning authoress, Sarah Woodard, with me. She was born in a small town in Massachusetts and growing up, she was always the different one, the one off doing her own thing. She felt compelled to do something big with her life from an early age. Eventually, she discovered her purpose to create
I have a really fun episode for you today! I actually have my husband, Sam, with me, and we’re going to talk about storytelling. Sam has practiced improvisational storytelling since he was a teenager. First through playing Dungeons and Dragons and then later storytelling with our children. I’ve personally witnessed his ability to make up
I’m really excited to have Julie McNulty on The Reading Project podcast this week! She is a mom and entrepreneur. She’s got two boys and she’s newly homeschooling this year. She made the decision, like a lot of families, to homeschool her children due to the COVID pandemic. In this episode, Julie shares about her
This week I am talking to Alexa Imwalle from Smart Start Tutors and we are chat all about Early Childhood literacy. If you’ve followed me for a while now, you might remember Alexa from several live streams we did together. I love working with Alexa! She is an amazing friend, a former teacher turned online tutor,