LIVING UNITED Story time at United Day Nursery
One of our goals to ensure children enter school ready to succeed.
By regularly reading to children during their preschool years, you provide them with the biggest boost toward a successful education... Posted on 4/23/13 at 1:30 PM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Free online Earth Day book
Check out this free online Earth Day book made available by authorArtie Knapp.
Living Green: A Turtles Quest for a Cleaner Planet- tired of seeing the land he loves cluttered with trash,... Posted on 4/16/13 at 9:15 AM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Friday morning reading
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- It was strange wandering around downtown Grand Rapids tonight.
I hardly saw any UND fans.
Every other road trip this year, you could go anywhere in a downtown area, to just ab... Posted on 3/29/13 at 3:35 AM
Ensuring your child’s success this school year can be achieved by increasing their reading habits. Examining and learning about virtually anything in the world begins by first learning how to read. It’s a skill that develops with time, but without proper direction, kids may not realize its importance.
When Chilly and Brian Goodman welcomed their second daughter’s birth last Valentine’s Day, they knew little Vivian would be blessed with all the baby clothes and equipment she needed from her big sister, Lily, 3.
I might not remember the book reviews, and I’ve long since forgotten the guest stars, but I recently realized that “Reading Rainbow” has stuck with me well into adulthood for one big reason — its highly infectious theme song.
Minnesota students generally remain above average in math and reading, but several other states are pulling ahead, according to the results of a new national test released today. The scores are from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, called "The Nation's Report Card," which tests the nation's fourth and eighth graders every two years.
That amounts to about 8 percent of all seniors tested. The students are allowed to retake the tests after waiting six weeks. A possible state government shutdown July 1 could complicate that time schedule.
“My guest tonight wrote a book about how the Internet is making us dumb,” said Stephen Colbert when he introduced author Nicholas Carr on “The Colbert Report” recently. “I certainly hope his book isn’t more than 140 characters long.”
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