On July 15, the Sprint Center was transformed into a hub of summer reading fun for current and future heroes in Kansas City. Over 1,300 kids joined us to celebrate their summer learning accomplishments. They were treated to a reading of Superhero ABC by Mayor James, followed by hero-themed activity stations. Each child had the … Continue reading Every Hero Has a Story
A frequent question we’re asked at Turn the Page KC is, “how can I get my child to read at home?” We offer suggestions like visiting your local library, incorporating reading into everyday activities, and playing games with words. Another approach, according to a recent article in The Atlantic, is for parents to trick their children (into … Continue reading Raising Kids Who Read
If a child starts Kindergarten ready to learn, he is more likely to read at grade level by 3rd grade. As the parent of a five year old, I am personally interested in what it means to be Kindergarten ready. When my son enters Kindergarten in August, what should he be able to do? After … Continue reading What does it mean to be Kindergarten Ready?
Turn the Page KC and LINC worked together to label, box, and distribute thousands of books to Kansas City, MO students. Every elementary school student in the city will have a book of his or her own. Check out this video to see how we did it.This is going to be the summer of reading!
On Wednesday, May 7th, the Center School District held a lunch recognizing volunteers. Many of the district’s volunteers are Turn the Page KC Reading Mentors. We thought this would be a good time to shine a spotlight on one in particular: Nicole Garren.Tell us a little about you (where you grew up, where you live, … Continue reading Turn the Page KC Volunteer Spotlight