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The Most Important Summer Reading Slide In History

The Most Important Summer Reading Slide In History

By Carly Shuler & Pam Allyn  “Super reading transforms, exhilarates, provokes and inspires. It is the kind of reading that empowers children to feel at ease in any setting, to explore, to share ideas. It is the kind of reading that changes children’s lives, and,...

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Reading with Mom Offers a Special Kind of Magic

Reading with Mom Offers a Special Kind of Magic

MAY 8, 2022 - This Mother's Day, we had the chance to honour the strong moms and female figures in our lives. From managing households to keeping businesses running, is there anything mothers can’t do? Beyond their essential roles in the home and the workplace,...

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A Hoot Reading Tribute for Teacher Appreciation Week

A Hoot Reading Tribute for Teacher Appreciation Week

MAY 3, 2022 - This week, the Hoot Reading Community is giving a huge shout out to all teachers! To share how much we appreciate all teachers, our team partnered with Hoot Families to put together this special video for our well-loved educators. A Thank You Message for...

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Hoot Reading Raises 3 Million in Seed Financing

Hoot Reading Raises 3 Million in Seed Financing

New funding will accelerate the growth of Hoot Reading's online tutoring platform, which advances reading skills in children Winnipeg, MB (October 19, 2021) -- Hoot Reading, an online tutoring platform focused on reading, today announced that it has closed an...

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Pandemic Learning Loss and Its Impact On Early Literacy

Pandemic Learning Loss and Its Impact On Early Literacy

As the new and uncertain back-to-school season is well underway and children are returning to in-person learning, there’s a looming sense of urgency that the educational system needs to do better in this extended schooling crisis. The skills and knowledge gaps that...

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I (Don’t) Love to Read Month (3 min read)

I (Don’t) Love to Read Month (3 min read)

“The Reality is that each new reader - that is, each child - must build a wholly new reading circuit. Our children can form a very simple circuit for learning to read, and acquire a basic level of decoding, or they can go on to develop highly elaborated reading...

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