Why Home-Based Reading?

Little did I know at the time Susan and I were approached by CLC to write a book about reading for parents who wanted to work with their children at home that I would be a home-schooling parent myself.  From . . .

Questions You and Your Child Should Be Asking

This month, we’ve focused on increasing reading comprehension with your child. We’ve talking about why comprehension is necessary to be a successful reader, how to introduce books to your child, and today, we’ll conclude with more practical strategies you can . . .

The Gift of Presence: Reflections on “Including Isaac”

CLC Network recently teamed up with Kala Project to share the story of Isaac, a student at Byron Center Christian, and the way inclusive education has impacted his life and the life of the school. Watch the film at this link. . . .

Let’s Be a Voice with Persons with Disabilities

Tomorrow (November 12), the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold its second hearing on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). We’re happy to share this post from Rev. Mark Stephenson on Veteran’s Day . . .

How to Introduce New Books to Your Child

Last week, we shared why reading comprehension is necessary for your son or daughter to be a successful reader. This week, parents, teachers, home educators and authors Sandra Vroon and Susan Harrell share one strategy for helping your child strengthen . . .

A Parent’s Reflections: Lessons from Katherine

When my husband, Tom, and I were handed the most beautiful baby girl in the world, we felt like we’d been given a miracle.  After months and years of struggling with infertility and then attempting to prove ourselves as adoption-worthy . . .

Comprehension: A Key Component to Successful Reading

Reading is one of the most important keys needed to unlock learning for your child. Many children just learn to read by themselves. For others, the reading process does not come easily. These children need to be purposefully taught the . . .