We are often asked while setting up for a program, “Why the guy with the bass?” Boost Memory and Learning with Music, an article by Cheri Lucas, discusses the importance of music in the learning process. Time and time again, music has proven to enhance a person’s ability to learn and retain information whether it be […]
As teachers, librarians, and caregivers we are in a position to foster a love of reading in our children. How can we get a child to the point where he picks up a book to read for fun? Scholastic and YouGov conducted a study, publishing their results in the Kids and Family Reading Report 5th […]
Kids Losing Reading Skills in Summertime According to a thought-provoking study about summer reading called, ‘Read for Success’ by RIF (Reading is Fundamental): “During the summer, low-income students lose more than two months of reading achievement” The Reading for Success’ research study sought to address the socioeconomic disparity and its relationship with reading levels in […]
We have been busy over the last few months. Many of you have seen a lot of things happening at Two Right Feet Arts. I just wanted to update everyone about what we are doing to help promote reading, literacy and language development.