Reading Resources For Parents

Energizing Breaks to Increase Your Child's Reading Skills

Energizing Breaks to Increase Your Child’s Reading Skills

Building strong reading skills sets children up for success in life, and at Read Smart we love seeing your kids succeed. One step you can take to help your children grow their reading skills is to provide energizing breaks during their reading time using these simple guidelines. What are Energizing

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Set Your Kids Up For Reading Success

Set Your Kids Up For Reading Success

Reading sounds so basic, but its value to the education process cannot be overstated. Here are a few things parents can do to give their kids a good reading foundation: BE A READER Let your children see you reading a variety of materials. When your children see you reading, they

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Brain Food Your Kids Need for Reading

Brain Food Your Kids Need for Reading

Brain food is not a myth, and a diet rich in fruits, vegetable, nuts and seafood will help your child to read smart and read well. While certain foods fuel the body for peak performance in athletic competitions, others fuel the brain to increase a child’s reading and learning capabilities

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Get Kids Reading With These Top Ten Tips

Get Kids Reading With These Top Ten Tips

One of the best things you can do for your child’s learning is to regularly share stories with him or her. The simple act of reading isn’t just about helping your offspring nod off at night. Reading aloud has a myriad of advantages, including: Building a bond between you and

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4 Study Strategies for Your Elementary Student

4 Study Strategies for Your Elementary Student

The development of good study habits to increase their reading skills is important for students of all ages, but is especially crucial for elementary-age children. The study strategies children learn today will serve them for the rest of their time in school and beyond. Here are four tips for helping

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Discover Greatness with a Reading Tutor

Many know the historical story of Alexander the Great. As a young man, in his twenties, he conquered most of the known world of his time. Of course, there was brutal fighting involved. Nevertheless, many city-states, upon seeing the approach of Alexander’s great army, chose not to fight. Alexander the Great

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Ways to Help Your Child Learn to Read

If you want to help your child learn to read but are unsure of where to start, the following should be of help to you. Reading aloud has always been considered one of the most successful ways in helping a child learn to read. It’s fun for both you and

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How to Foster a Love for Reading in Your Child

Reading is something many people enjoy whether for pleasure or for learning, however it is one of the most vital skills a child can learn and continue developing as they age. Books offer many things, including a place where one can go and explore a world using their imagination and

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Tips To Improve Your Child’s Reading

Reading is highly important for a child’s academic achievement but some struggle with it and many parents aren’t sure how to proceed in helping their child. Only you know your child the best and they can truly benefit from one-on-one time with you leading them to reading success. If you’re

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6 Signs Your Child Is Struggling in School - Now What

6 Signs Your Child Is Struggling in School; Now What?

Struggles. We all have them. And children are no exception. But when a child struggles in school, it can be particularly difficult on them. It can impact not only their education, but also their self-esteem. At Read Smart, we understand how frustrating it can be when a child struggles in

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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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