Literacy Specialist, Carol Fraser Boles provides Literacy Tips and Resources for Educators and Parents

Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) August 10, 2011 -- M E D I A R E L E A S E

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Email: carolfraserboles@yahoo.com
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Literacy Specialist, Carol Fraser Boles provides Literacy Tips and Resources for Educators and Parents

Instilling the love of literacy in our young muses is instrumental in their growth.

Parents and educators involvement in children's reading development at an early age creates a solid foundation for their future development and success. Are you overwhelmed by the wealth of information available and need a direct approach in getting the words flowing and pages turning? Look no further, Literacy Specialist, Carol Fraser Boles is here to help.

Carol Fraser Boles is a former public school K-12 Reading Specialist and special education teacher. In addition to a Master's degree in Special Reading, Carol is certified in Special Education and has an Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction. Carol is also a freelance writer. She writes nonfiction for parents and teachers and fiction and nonfiction for children.

Visit Ms. Boles' website today http://www.carolfraserboles.com and learn all about the valuable information she has to offer through her FREE articles:

"Literacy Lingo," explains the most commonly used components in an easy to understand and direct approach.

"Raising Children Who Love to Read," when parents commit to their children's reading education this nurtures reading development and an enjoyment of books.

"Develop a Summer Reading Routine," summer is often hectic with summer camps, sports and family vacations. But you can still establish a daily reading time, and it will be well worth it.

"Five Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Improve His Reading Comprehension and Do Better in School," guide your child through these five strategies each time he has an expository reading assignment until he seems to have mastered them.

"Ten Ways to Help Your Child Get Ready to Read," children who make the connection early on that the sounds and words we make with our mouth can be converted to written letters or words have a much easier time learning to read.

Visit often for additional FREE literacy articles and coming soon: curricular materials on teaching reading, created by Carol Fraser Boles http://www.carolfraserboles.com.

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