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Tag Archives: Cultural literacy
If the ability to read is so important, what do we do when our children just aren't learning to read well? What if we fill our houses with books and read aloud daily ... and they still struggle? Are our … Continue reading
I still remember the first time I heard the story of Solomon and the two women with one living baby between them—in a children’s devotional when I was in kindergarten. I still remember my first introduction to the story of … Continue reading
What is cultural literacy? It's the general body of knowledge that an educated adult is expected to know, that undergirds a culture. You probably know about George Washington and the Cherry Tree, the Three Little Pigs, a glass slipper, the … Continue reading