Reading Resources For Parents

Reading Can Boost Your Children's Development

Reading Can Boost Your Children’s Development

When your child struggles with reading or reading comprehension, it can “rollover” into other areas of their education. Struggles with reading can even affect their playtime and extracurricular activities. Having good reading skills and comprehension is essential to your child and their success in everything they try. Too many children

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Encouraging Children to Read

Early Childhood: Importance of Encouraging Children to Read

Encouraging your child should start long before they enter school. Creating a love for reading can start very early in life by reading to your child each day. Children love to be read to because it gives them a chance to use their imagination. They might not know this because

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Why is reading important to children and how to start?

Why is Reading Important to Children and How to Start?

Reading is the single most important skill for your child to master. Reading unlocks every other school subject, and when they master reading, they have the ability to excel in anything else that they wish to explore. Helping your child learn to read better is not as difficult as you

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Strategies for Highly Effective Reading Skills for Kids

Strategies for Highly Effective Reading Skills for Kids

Helping your child build excellent reading skills is not as difficult as you may think. Parents will discover that it is more about how you approach reading and reading time than making reading time mandatory. Kids will learn to love to read when they love the entire reading experience. Top

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How to Encourage Strong Reading Habits for Children

How to Encourage Strong Reading Habits for Children

It is a fact that some children do not like to read. Most parents, however, would be stunned why their children do not like to read. Children do not like to read if: * They think that it is a chore or mandatory * They think it is a punishment

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Reading Skills

How To Improve Reading Skills

Reading is one of the most important skills that you will learn when you are young. Just like with any skill or talent, you can improve your skills with practice. However, knowing how to practice a skill to get the most from your practice is the key to success. 5

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Struggling Reading

Ways to Help Students Struggling in Reading

When your child struggles with their reading skills, they can suffer in many other areas as well. It is harder for them to excel at any subject in school when they have difficulty reading the lessons. They may also shy away from some extracurricular activities because they are self-conscious about

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Tips to Help Kids to Improve Their Reading Skills

Tips to Help Kids to Improve Their Reading Skills

Reading is one of the most important skills that your child can develop. As their reading level increases, their vocabulary expands, and their ability to communicate their thoughts and feelings expands. Children who fall behind in reading experience difficulty in their school and home life because they also fall behind

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Ways To Improve Reading Comprehension

Ways To Improve Reading Comprehension

Ways To Improve Reading Comprehension Reading comprehension is a learned skill. As children advance in school and their reading level increases, comprehension can sometimes be a struggle. This is especially true in large classroom settings where children may not get as much individualized attention that they need. Parents who are

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Parent Resources

7 Tips to Ease Back in to School Anxiety

7 Tips to Ease Back to School Anxiety

The start of the school year is an exciting time for both children and parents, but it can be anxiety-inducing too. Whether starting at a new school or in a new class, kids have a lot of uncertainties to worry about when going back to school, and it’s up to

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Kids Who Blog

Kids Who Blog

These days, it seems like almost everyone has a blog. Authors have them, businesses have them, celebrities have them, but what about kids? Increasing numbers of elementary age children are getting into blogging, primarily with the encouragement and assistance of their teachers. These educators have seen the academic and social

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