Reading Resources For Parents

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How a Tutor can Help Your Child Learn to Read

For some children, reading doesn’t come easy. Maybe the letters look all jumbled on the page, or the child just got a late start in the literacy game. No matter where a child may be, a reading tutor is a fantastic option for any child that needs to learn to

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5 Reasons Reading Helps Kids

Parents want their children to grow into smart, intuitive and creative adults but what tools do you have to get them there? If you said reading a favorite book together, you hit the mark. Reading provides countless developmental benefits to kids. It teaches them how to use their imaginations, to

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Culinary Creations: Teaching Your Kids To Have Fun In The Kitchen

Cooking is no mere hobby; it’s a necessary life skill! Those who cook for themselves are healthier, happier, and better off financially. Teach your kids the culinary arts from an early age through: Curious Consumption One of the quickest ways to interest your kids in cooking is to connect it

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How to Keep It Fun While Teaching Your Kids to Read

Almost every interview to the latest maverick or young business prodigy is likely to include a statement about loving books or knowledge. As parents, it’s hard to ignore how much easier it is for children who actually enjoy reading to excel academically. From consistently better grades to wider vocabularies and

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5 Tips to Help Your Child Be More Organized

5 Tips to Help Your Child Be More Organized

Academic success relies on many different things, but good organizational skills are at the top of the list. Parents can help their children improve in school and throughout life by teaching them the importance of structure and routine. Consider five ways you can guide your child to enhance organization and

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How Parents Can Manage Media With Their Children

Everything is digital theses days, so how much time should your children have in front of a screen? Learning healthy ways to use digital assets is a critical skill to develop. It’s up to parents to provide rules regarding the Internet and other forms of media, so you manage how

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How Reading Can Help Your Child Be More Happy and Healthy

Read Smart makes learning to read easy and fun – like it is supposed to be for all of us! As children learn to read, they are also solidifying important brain functions that will allow them to make friends and move more confidently in society. Here are some of the

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Study Skills for Middle School Students

Study Skills for Middle School Students

There are many ways to help your middle school student get more out of their education, and one of the ways to do that is to teach them proper study skills. Then they can focus on their classes so they have the chance at high grades and a lot of

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Finish Your Child's School Year Strong

Finish Your Child’s School Year Strong

If you’ve noticed a decline in engagement as summer approaches and the school year winds to a close, you’re not alone. Staying focused whether the weather is nice and a break is just around the corner is a common challenge for students and often even more challenging for parents. Steps

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Parent Resources

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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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Why Summer Reading Is Important For Kids

When warmer temperatures arrive in the Tulsa, OK area, kids rejoice as they anticipate the fun and relaxation of their summer vacation. For lots of kids, summertime means outdoor fun with neighborhood friends, enjoyable time spent with the family, and a break from the hard work of school. An Educational

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If Your Child Had A Choice - What Would They Read?

If Your Child Had A Choice – What Would They Read?

If your child had a choice, what would they read? As a parent, you want your children to read books that are interesting, engaging, and will help them learn. However, with so many different options available, it can be hard to know where to start. One way to narrow down

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