Finding the perfect gift for the special littles’ in your life can be challenging, especially when what they want one minute turns out to be something entirely different the next. We’ve been there and we also know how stressful and busy holiday time can be. Let us help make your life a little bit easier with the Hoot Reading Holiday Gift Guide. Our 2018 Guide is packed with educational toys (don’t worry your kids will think they’re fun too!) and books (of course). We’ve also outlined “experience” ideas to choose over toys if you’re looking to give something different this year.
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Creating Confident Learners
Winnipeg, MB (December 5, 2018) — Online tutoring service, Hoot Reading, has been selected as a winner of the 2018 Academics’ Choice Smart Book Award, a prestigious seal of educational quality, reserved only for the best mind-building media and toys. The independent Academics’ Choice Awards program and its seal of excellence are recognized worldwide by consumers and educational institutions as a mark of genuinely effective learning tools that stimulate the mind, and provide potential for the student to fully develop higher order thinking skills.
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Lindsay Gustafson was one of Hoot Reading’s first teachers. She holds a B.Ed from the University of Alberta, a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma of Education from the University of Manitoba and is currently working on a Master of Education.
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