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When your child's special education journey begins, make sure the programs needed for their specific learning disability are in place.
Here's how to kick off the celebration in true Seuss form!
Why is it that some books become timeless favorites, destined to be read and re-read, while others get set aside after the first cursory glance?
Here are five compelling and thought-provoking novels that will widen your child's perspective of the world and the future.
Wondering what's in store for your kindergarten child this Fall, in terms of reading? Here are the foundational skills every teacher teaches early in the year.
Picture books, novels, biographies, and more are being used as springboards to dive into history, bringing the past to life like never before.
Online reading makes information exciting and accessible, but, experts warn, it shouldn't replace book reading entirely.
Story-time is important. But it doesn't have to always mean sitting down with child and book in lap, and reading. Instead, try creating a story together.
Phonemic awareness is a crucial step in developing reading skills in young children, and can be practiced with these fun language games.
Get the goods on how teachers approach reading strategies, and find out how you can boost your child's reading comprehension at home.
Want to get your toddler excited about books that don't put him to sleep? Check out our favorite interactive books, both old and new.
Analyzing the origins of nursery rhymes is a fun way to remember events in British history.
Invite your child to join you with some of these newspaper reading activities!
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.
Experts say that there are 3 major things that prepare children to read. Learn what they are and how to incorporate them into your child's day.
A middle school writing aide's perspective on how to get students to see the 'big picture.'
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.
The same attitude that can drives parents crazy may also be the key to powerful and evocative writing. Here are ways to harnass your teen's spunk for good:
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