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Middle School is typically when a child's bookshelf starts collecting dust.  Here's how to help your preteen fall back in love with reading.
Kids can practice and play with words in many unexpected places. Here are seven ways to sneak in a little reading even if it's not story time.
What are the Reading Wars?  What the experts have to say on the issue of whether there is one best way for kids to learn to read.
Getting to know letters and words is just the beginning. Here are expert tips on fostering your child's reading fluency.
As kooky as some childhood rhymes are, they may actually have a serious role in child development.  Here's how to use rhyme to help kids learn to read.
Most small children love the rhyme and rhythm of poetry. So foster that love during National Poetry Month this April!
Read Across America Day is the world's biggest reading party, celebrated on Dr. Seuss's birthday. Here's why it's important and how to get your kids involved.
ItÃs exciting when your child starts to read. But as any parent of an emerging reader can tell you, it can also be discouraging.
When it comes to finding the perfect board games for the elementary school crowd, parents can find themselves in quite a pickle.  Here's our top choices!
Got a reluctant reader on your hands? Here's how to encourage your reluctant reader to hit the books.
Can clutter affect a child's reading development? A new study shows that the level of âchaosâ in an early reader's home can affect their reading progress.
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
Reading aloud to children models expressive reading, shows kids the connection between speech and print, helps them develop stronger vocabularies, and more.
Find a list of titles that are appropriate for first grade in which the reader relies on high-frequency words, pictures and repeated elements.
The summer can be an ideal time to help a child with Dyslexia make significant academic gains. This article includes information on fun and educational summer
Provides strategies to assess a student's knowledge of blends, digraphs, and diphthong associations and tips for helping students acquire these associations.
Looks at Jeanne Chall's six developmental stages in reading, beginning with prereading in kindergarten to construction and reconstruction reading in adulthood.
Should you encourage your child to participate in a spelling bee? This article discusses what sorts of skills a spelling bee hones and why to get involved.
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