We know you are busy, so we’ll make this quick. Our bite-sized articles are perfect when you have just a few spare minutes between packing lunches and picking up the kids from school. Put on the kettle and fetch yourself a biscuit as you browse through our posts.
Content written by our members for you
To help you navigate through the early learning years, we launched Coffee Break with The Bear Can Read. It is a place where our members share their experiences and tips all around early education!
Whether you are seeking quick and easy learning activities or want to find out why early literacy is so important, Coffee Break provides you with the support you need to raise curious and happy learners!
Meet our contributors
Hi, I’m Claire, a mum of two, a boy and a girl born 15 months apart, and I work as an Education Advisor in the West Midlands. I really enjoy being able to use the valuable knowledge I have gained from working with so many different people who share my passion for education, as well as my own experience as a parent, to help and support others.
Why I like The Bear Can Read:
I have always been a strong advocate for the need to support children’s learning at home, but since my daughter was diagnosed with a hearing impairment, this has become even more important for us as a family. My daughter’s additional needs were a driving factor for wanting to explore what was out there to keep her motivated at home, and although I passionately believe that the most important things you can give to support your child’s education are your own time and patience, experience has taught me that having some well-chosen resources at hand can greatly facilitate the process. It was for this reason that I was so pleased to discover The Bear Can Read!
Check out my blog Mum’s Essentials here.
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- How do I know my child’s reading level?
- Physical Books vs eBooks
- 3 Ways to Read with Toddlers
Would you like to contribute?
We are always keen to get fresh voices on the blog, so if you feel like you have a story in you that could be of interest to The Bear Can Read community, send a pitch to our Content Editor Lisa [email protected].