On June 25 I donned shorts and flip-flops and traveled to Bethlehem, NH to visit Copper Cannon Camp (CCC) located on 128 acres adjacent to the White Mountain National Forest. CCC has thick woods, views of distant mountains, and the Gale River running through the property.
Here are some stories we liked this week:
- This thoughtful op-ed in Minnesota’s Star-Tribune. Literacy tutor Kris Potter muses on the power of learning to read with real books: “The tangible benefits of reading (real) books to kids”
“Love cracks the code, creates curiosity, sustains attention and eventually lays knowledge at their feet as they become independent readers.
Valentine’s Day/Nor’easter edition! Just got in from shoveling, so let’s start with a pick-me up:
- Those kids reading aloud to shelter cats that went viral this week.
The Animal Rescue League of Berks County, PA started a Book Buddies program when their program coordinator noticed her son preferred reading to a feline audience.