Invisible Toolbox


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9781642502039

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An Essential Toolbox for Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten and BeyondTo longtime elementary school teacher Kim Jocelyn Dickson, every child begins kindergarten with a lunchbox in one hand and an "invisible toolbox" in the other. In The Invisible Toolbox: How Reading Aloud Fosters Language Skills, Learning Potential, and the Parent-Child Relationship and Overcomes Digital Addiction, Kim gives parents and educators the single most important thing to foster a child's future learning potential.

Reading to children aloud The Invisible Toolbox sets out to teach new parents, first year teachers, and literacy foundations that the simple act of reading to a child throughout their developmental stages sets them up for success. In this book, Kim not only reminds us that the first years of life are critical in the formation and receptivity of language skills, but she also teaches and inspires us to build our own toolboxes so that we can help our children build theirs.

Ten priceless tools Weaving practical, anecdotal experience as an educator and parent with neurological research, this book offers the resources needed to fill a child's toolbox. In it, you will find:


Recommended books based on developmental stages
Instructions on how to read children's books aloud
Reading and technology dos and don'ts
The best books for dads and moms Not just concerned with brain stimulation and learning, Kim emphasizes how reading nurtures the parent-child connection and offers tips for becoming your child's first teacher, minus the homeschooling.

If you enjoyed books like Honey for a Child's Heart, The Read-Aloud Handbook, Screenwise, or The Enchanted Hour, you will love The Invisible Toolbox: How Reading Aloud Fosters Language Skills, Learning Potential, and the Parent-Child Relationship and Overcomes Digital Addiction from a 21st century Charlotte Mason.