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Emergent literacy research suggests that children benefit from experiences with print beginning at a very young age.
Summarizes research that shows that children with learning disabilities will exhibit deficits in various semantic and syntactic abilities.
Learn about quality magazines that will support and strengthen what your child is learning in elementary school.  Recommended magazines and descriptions given.
The national history standards for grades K-4 reflect the work of many dedicated historians and educators.  Eight content standards are listed.
Summarizes the importance of reading fluency, providing a bridge between word recognition and reading comprehension. Lists skills fluent readers must possess.
Before handing your child a cell phone, it is important for parents to weigh the pros and cons of giving children a cell phone.
Clear up the confusion and talk to your child about the physical changes that occur to boys and girls during puberty. Tips for parents on talking about puberty.
Recent studies at Stanford University show that there’s a right way and a wrong way to praise your children. Make sure you are praising your kid for their
Learn more about games that will develop listening skills in your first grader.
Is your child ready for first grade? Find out the developmental milestones to look for so you can support your child in making the transition to first grade.
Summarizes whole word reading instruction, how parts of a word contribute to the whole, and the progression to whole language instruction.
Bullying can be defined by highlighting the reasons a child might be chosen by a perpetrator and such reasons might include gender and ethnicity.
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