Tuesday, March 2, 2010
March 2 is The National Education Association’s Read Across America Day. The NEA initiated this special day to motivate children and teens all over the United States to read. The NEA has partnered with schools, libraries and community centers across the country to provide tips and strategies to encourage our children to enjoy reading.
This year-round program is celebrated on March 2 which is Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Many adults and children found their love of reading with Dr. Seuss' easy-to-read, but never boring children's books. If Dr. Seuss were still alive, it would be his 106th birthday! Click here to find some great ideas that will help you celebrate this very special day with your children.