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Learn what your child should be able to do at the beginning and end of first grade reading.
Here's a cheat sheet on where your child's reading skills should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
Wondering what will happen in your fifth grader's language arts curriculum?  Here's a guide to what your child's academic life will be like.
Fourth grade reading is about getting faster and better at reading. Know where your child should be in reading before and after fourth grade.
Getting to know letters and words is just the beginning. Here are expert tips on fostering your child's reading fluency.
Get the goods on how teachers approach reading strategies, and find out how you can boost your child's reading comprehension at home.
Listening to some of these stories will give beginning readers an added boost of inspiration.
Provides strategies to assess a student's knowledge of blends, digraphs, and diphthong associations and tips for helping students acquire these associations.
A list of easy reading fiction books for a fourth grade student. These books may be written on a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade level but are at interest levels
The bottom-up reading model suggests that kids learn to read starting with parts and moving to whole texts. Learn all about bottom-up reading in this article.
Find a list of titles that are appropriate for first grade in which the reader relies on high-frequency words, pictures and repeated elements.
A phonogram is a letter or group of letters that represent a single sound. Beginning readers often read and write words using each phonogram.
Complex words are far more prevalent in the harder books read by third, fourth, fifth and sixth graders than in books for beginning readers.
Defines sight words and their importance to reading fluency. Provides methods of determining if a student’s sight vocabulary is up to grade level.
This article lists the one hundered common and high-frequency words that fourth- through eighth-grade students need to learn.
Provides a short description of four types of reading done within the classroom environment including reading aloud, independent, guided, and shared reading.
Emergent literacy research suggests that children benefit from experiences with print beginning at a very young age.
Discover a list of challenging books appropriate for 5th grade students. These books are written at a 6th or 7th grade level but at a 5th grade interest level.
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