This ABC book by Ashman and Carpenter is one to avoid.
Pre-schoolers need words as much as they need food and vitamins.
The variety of notebooks available to children these days is bewildering. Some are better suited to schoolwork than others. In the interest of good study habits, the choice should probably not be left entirely to the preference of the student.
Everyone seems to agree that it “takes a village” to raise a socialized child. Now let’s have some agreement on the fact that it takes all teachers, not just the English teacher, to assure that all students learn a standard form of English.
What are children to make of mixed messages about criminal behavior in the media?
The distinction between the separate verbs “lay” and “lie” is disappearing at a rapid rate in popular usage. However, potential employers or clients who observe the distinction may unconsciously form a negative impression of speakers or writers who don’t.