While schools do a lot to promote and improve literacy skills in young readers, there is still a lot you can do at home to help your child succeed.
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Children benefit when their parents take part, so become actively involved in all aspects of your child’s education. Introduce yourself to your child’s teacher early in the school year.
A look at how to help elementary students manage back to school stress and routines.
Reading during the summer can be a bit of a battle.
The most fundamental definition of reading is being able to interpret written symbols and understand printed material.
Reading specialists want parents to prepare their children for school by sharing a love for reading, the attitude that reading is important, and the expectation that all children can become successful readers.
Reading is more than just good for the mind. It’s good for the heart. It’s good for the world.