Between 2015-2017, Worldreader, Results for Development (R4D) and Pearson’s Project Literacy partnered to develop and implement a digital reading pilot called Read to Kids for parents of young children among under-resourced households in Delhi, India. The pilot project reached over 230,000 households, the majority of which had no children’s books. 57,000 individuals accessed at least […]
Blog: Ability to Keep Rhythm Helps in Reading
Ability to Keep Rhythm Tied to Reading Skills
A research study has shown that those who were better at keeping a beat musically had superior language skills compared to their more rhythmically-challenged classmates.