This Blog Advises
Parents On The
Importance Of Reading
And Writing For Kids
At the Reading Ranch Tutorial Center, children from ages
four to seven are given a head start in literacy for a
Kim Southwell's new blog
enlightens us on the
connections between reading
and writing and their benefits.
The Reading Ranch Tutorial Center has launched a blog article,
reporting on the importance of literacy for children.
The new article was written by the founder,
owner, and director of the Reading Ranch
Tutorial Center, Kim Southwell. In it, she
highlights and describes five aspects of
writing in which the company offers its
According to Kim, the acts of reading and being read to are the keys to
improving your child’s vocabulary, communication, and comprehension.
These acts also serve to open children’s imagination and eyes to the world
As was its aim when compiled, the blog informs
you that giving your child the best head start
possible in life goes beyond encouraging their
ability to read. It posits that having a solid
foundation in early literacy entails having the
ability to read as well as write.
“A child’s literacy development is dependent on reading and writing. In fact, it’s long been said that the
best readers make the best writers and the best writers are good readers. Why? Well, the ability to read,
write, and comprehend creates the basis of all education and even career success.
"When interwoven, children learn about
punctuation, storytelling, vocabulary,
grammar, capitalization, sentence
structure, and the ability to express
ideas,” Kim explains in the blog.
Other benefits that come from the development of both reading and
writing skills in children, according to the article, are the ability to write
their own stories and improved penmanship and handwriting.
Children who learn to read and write
at an early age will also have
improved imagination, analysis, and
critical thinking skills, as well as
development in their language and
Among the writing programs offered