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Improving Turn Taking Through Reading

Improving Turn Taking Through Reading

How often have you asked your child to, “wait your turn”, “share”, and “take turns”! Turn taking s is an important part of social and language development in children. It’s even known as a “pre-language skill”....
Tips for Sharing Books with Children with Autism

Tips for Sharing Books with Children with Autism

You’ve heard the research. You know that reading books consistently with your child is known to improve their vocabulary, expressive language skills, comprehension skills, and social-emotional skills. But you’re having a hard time getting your child with...
Spring-Themed Activities for Your Little One

Spring-Themed Activities for Your Little One

March is always such an exciting month because it means SPRING! March 20th may be the “official” first day of Spring, but you can celebrate all month long by involving your kids in some fun themed activities. Read on to learn about all things rainbows,...
Helping your Child Cope with Pandemic-related Changes

Helping your Child Cope with Pandemic-related Changes

It’s hard to believe it’s been about 1 year since the Coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. As adults, many of us have settled into a routine of following the necessary precautions. We pack our hand sanitizer and masks as we head out the door, stand at least 6 feet apart...
5 Print-Related Vocabulary Words to Teach Your Child

5 Print-Related Vocabulary Words to Teach Your Child

When we pull out our nightly books during bedtime, we may just assume that our children are aware of different literacy-related terms (for example, what a “page” is). But that might not always be the case. Because books will hopefully be an important part...
Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day on March 2nd!

Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day on March 2nd!

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish… Tuesday, March 2nd marks Dr. Seuss’s Birthday! It’s also known as National Read Across America Day, so naturally at Join the StoryBox it’s one of our favorite days to celebrate! Here are our favorite...
Warning Signs of Dyslexia

Warning Signs of Dyslexia

Many parents have heard of Dyslexia and know that it causes difficulty reading or spelling. But there are many myths surrounding this disorder. How can you truly recognize possible red flags for Dyslexia? And if you do have concerns, what is the best way to seek help...