Why you should read aloud to your children

TCS families love books! Reading aloud quality literature is an integral part of both on-campus and home days.  Read this article by one of our favorite publishers, Memoria Press, to discover why we think you should read aloud to your children. http://www.memoriapress.com/articles/literature-of-life.html

Why Read Sad Books?

by Dr. Lindsey Scholl, Logic School Coordinator Because of its notoriously sad ending, I have avoided Where the Red Fern Grows my entire life. I didn’t read the book, didn’t watch the movie, and didn’t want to know anything about that red fern. Yet I recently buckled down and read it so I could keep pace with our TCS fifth-graders, …

Reading Well

by Annamarie Dewhurst: Academic Coordinator HOW TO CREATE A CULTURE OF READING IN THE HOME During our campus days at Trinity Classical School, we work hard to foster a culture of reading. Likewise, we encourage parents to be intentional in creating an atmosphere in their home that values high quality books and reading. Reading is a door into another world, …

Edmund

by Neil Anderson, Head of School Children are generally predictable. When it comes to literature, they like who they are supposed to like and hate who they are supposed to hate. For our Magician’s Nephew party, we had about 70% Aslan costumes, as I would expect of Peter Pan or Huck Finn costumes if we were reading those respective works. …