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A theme is an idea or message about life, society, or human nature. And it is often the most hardest element for a middle schooler to identify in a book.
As the holiday season moves into full swing and kids are home from school, it's easy to forget to keep learning going. Here's what you can do:
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.
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.
It's a golden age for adult nonfiction, but engaging juvenile nonfiction is also on the rise. Here are five fantastic fact-filled books for kids.
Getting to know letters and words is just the beginning. Here are expert tips on fostering your child's reading fluency.
Early childhood educators are singing the praises of song as a literacy tool. Here's how you can get your child learning through song!
As summer swings to an end, the London Olympics are off with a bang! Check out this recommended reading list to spark your child's interest in sports.
In middle school, study skills are key. But how are kids supposed to know where to start?
Research increasingly suggests that how we read with kids is as important as what we read. Here's expert tips for how parents can ramp up their reading skills.
Kids are not always ready to read by age five, and pushing them can have negative effects.  Why parents should respect their child's natural reading pace.
Reading scores cannot be taken at face value: there are many different areas of reading skills, and a child might excel in one while struggling in another.
From great questions to ask your child, to important points to emphasize, here are five easy steps to get the most out of reading aloud.
Is your child having trouble reading? Here are some things to look for and ways you can help tackle delayed literacy.
According to this high school English teacher all the Harry Potter clubs, Internet groups, book release parties, and hype leaves something to be desired.
Did you know there may be a way to improve your child's reading before he even begins to read?
The last few months of kindergarten are crucial for reading success. Here's what teachers typically cover and an end-of-the-year reading skills checklist.
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