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A love of reading begins early on in kids, so help nurture a curious reader with these everyday tips.
Help your young reader develop a love of language. Here's how you can boost your child's reading skills.
There are many ways to have your child respond to literature and reading, including discussion, written expression, arts and crafts, and drama.
Helpful for parents and teachers, discusses the various steps that can and should be used during the reading process.
Suggestions are provided for choosing good quality children's literature.
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.
Summarizes the importance of reading fluency, providing a bridge between word recognition and reading comprehension. Lists skills fluent readers must possess.
Provides a short description of four types of reading done within the classroom environment including reading aloud, independent, guided, and shared reading.
There are many different approaches to teaching reading in the classroom, each with their benefits and shortcomings.
Emergent literacy research suggests that children benefit from experiences with print beginning at a very young age.
This article discusses the importance of modeling, demonstration, and explanation in the school classroom, especially as it pertains to learning to read.
The benefits of reading to children are discussed.  Lists the specific benefits children can gain from reading and listening to books.
Summarizes the connection between transactional theories of the reading process and comprehensive reading instruction.
Summarizes the connection between interactive theories and skills-based reading instruction for children.
Provides a table summarizing characteristics of fluent and non fluent readers, which include many dyslexic students.  Describes causes and interventions.
Summarizes how reading aloud is one of the most powerful types of reading activities to provide to children and students and offers tips for success.
Describes the stages of the emergent of reading in children from birth to eight years of age.
Describes the alphabetic principle and suggests ways of how caregivers can incorporate activities that promote letter knowledge into daily routines.
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