Have you ever wondered what
makes some children thrive
while others seem to struggle?

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What Is Picture Walk?

Picture Walk is a time-tested and parent-approved
method that not only gets your child to read, but
it’s designed so you can nurture a close reading
relationship between you and your child
.

Picture Walk shows you step-by-step how you
can foster language development, stimulate
curiosity and imagination, build strong minds,
promote left & right brain integration
and find
home-run books that will put your child on the
path to becoming a lifelong reader.

And… the Picture Walk method applies
to reading and other experiences that
nurture a child’s growth and development.

How Can Picture Walk Benefit My Child?

Along with strong literacy skills, Picture Walk
and its conversational reading technique also
supports the growth of a child’s emotional IQ
by teaching them about empathy and
compassion. These qualities come into being
inside the reading relationship that forever
changes the experience of reading and the
bond you have with your child.

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Who is
Diane Frankenstein

For decades, Diane has traveled the world talking and listening with parents, teachers, & students in order to perfect the all-encompassing learning technique that we call Picture Walk

Picture Walk’s conversational reading technique has been used all over the world and it has been praised by Martha Stewart, Parent & Child Magazine, Childhood Matters and many more. But the true testament to Picture Walk is the success of those who use it. And now—for the first time—it is available to the wider public!

Picture Walk Engages Children in Story

Reading is more than just reciting words on a page. Picture Walk encourages children to read for meaning and become engaged with a story - showing them a story is made up of characters they can care about.

The drive to find out what happens keeps the pages of a book turning and when you care about the characters, you want to find out what happens to them.

Personal involvement is a child’s hook into the reading experience. So when you involve kids in the reading experience--when you talk with them about what happens to the characters in a story--all of a sudden they want to read. Through story, children try the world on for size and learn about the world beyond themselves.

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It’s not Reading – It’s the
Reading Relationship!

The reading relationship between parent and child transforms the experience of reading. Different than you might have thought in the past, reading words is not the reading experience - it’s just the beginning. At the heart of the reading experience is the reading relationship, which becomes part of a child’s emotional DNA. The experience of reading and talking with children--the heart of the Reading Relationship--helps children develop empathy and perspective, essential qualities children need to flourish in and out of school.

Picture Walk fosters a tender and close relationship between parent and child. Have you ever wondered why those lucky adults who had the fortunate experience of being read to as children remember that experience with such vivid fondness? They are tapping into the felt memories of the love, tenderness, affection and attention they received during that experience. These essential emotions are transmitted through the reading relationship. They are the currency of the reading relationship that help children thrive.

The real benefit of Picture Walk draws attention to the reading relationship that often goes unsaid and overlooked. Picture Walk helps children become good readers and as importantly, the reading relationship that comes from the experience of Picture Walk fosters the emotional connections children need to thrive.

The reading relationship is not simply the interaction of the child with a book. Intimacy and closeness are communicated while you are talking about a book and is at the heart of the reading relationship.

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