Robin’s Story | Robin's Fund
Because she believed in enriching children’s minds through her passion for books, literature and reading, oftentimes she could be found at a neighborhood school reading to classes or with one of her own grandchildren curled onto her lap, listening to her read a story. Robin Fund Featured on WDIO. Designed by Cloquet River Consulting.
Literacy | Robin's Fund
Twenty-six percent of children who were read to three or four times in the last week by a family member recognized all letters of the alphabet. This is compared to 14 percent of children who were read to less frequently. Count to 20, or higher than those who were not (60% vs. 44%). Read or pretend to read (77% vs. 57%). The more types of reading materials there are in the home, the higher students are in reading proficiency, according to the Educational Testing Service. The US. Department of Education.