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Copy-and-Share Resources for Educators
10 Ways to Nurture a Lifelong Love of Reading
Book Activities for the End of the School Year
Booktalk Resources
Boost Knowledge, Skills, and Daily Work with Families
Communication Between Schools and Families
Encouraging Parent-Teacher Collaboration
Family Reading Night Presentation
How Parents Help Reading Achievement
"Love of Reading" Letter to Families
Not-So-Scary Storybook October
Setting the Climate for Parent Involvement
Teaching Students to be Storytellers
Copy-and-Share Resources for Parents
Younger Readers:
10 Ways You Can Help Keep Kids Connected With Books
Ages and Stages of Reading Development – Infants and Toddlers
Ages and Stages of Reading Development – Preschool
Ages and Stages of Reading Development – Kindergarten
Ages and Stages of Reading Development – First Grade
Ages and Stages of Reading Development – Second Grade
Ages and Stages of Reading Development – Third Grade
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Choosing Books for Infants and Toddlers
Eight Steps to Successful, Happy Read-Alouds
Five Ways to Raise a Reader
Make Reading Part of Your Preschooler's Everyday Life
Reading With Panache
Reading With Young Children
Six Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension
Tips for Encouraging Early Literacy
Tips to Help Support Your Beginner Reader
Advanced Readers:
Break the Communication Logjam
Connecting with Advanced Readers
Eight Home Reference Materials Your Middle Schooler Needs
Expert Reading Advice for Grades 6 to 8
Good Books for 9 to 12 Year Olds
Improving Fluency Skills
Using Computers to Improve Reading Skills
Ways to Connect With Your Advanced Reader
Why Johnny Can't and Won't Read
All Ages:
NEW! 10 Non-Book Ways to Get Your Child Reading
Book Discussion Starter Tips
Break Bad Reading Habits
Bridging the Home-School Connection
Bring Up a Lifelong Reader
Building Comprehension Strategies
Choosing Books at the Right Reading Level
Choosing Books for Your Reader
Day Trips for Booklovers
Get Your New-Schooler Off to a Great Start
Go Clubbing
Help Adolescents Use the Building Blocks of Reading
Helpful Hints for Choosing Books
Helping Kids Choose Books
NEW! Improve Reading Comprehension
Make 'Boring' Books Better
Make Literacy a Part of Your Family Vacation
Make Reading an Everyday Event
Make Reading a Habit at Home
Make the Connection...Reading With Your Child
Parents as Readers: Getting Ready to Read
Raising a Reader: Nurturing a Love of Books and Words
Read-Aloud Booktalks
NEW! Read With Me
Reading Log Wall Chart
Skills All Readers Need and Use
Tips for Kick-Starting the School Year
Tips for Raising a Reader
Top 10 Tips for Great Booktalks
Volunteering in the Classroom

Copy-and-Share Resources: Focus on Summer Reading
Books for Advanced Readers
Books for Middle Grades
Books for Younger Readers
Boredom Busters: A Month of Ideas
Encouraging Summer Reading
Fun in the Sun Books
Ideas for Summer Learning
Importance of Summer Reading
Jumpstart for Summer Reading
Keep Kids Reading All Summer Long: Tips from Librarians
Prevent the Summer Slide
Summer Learning Ideas
Summer of Reading

Summer Reading Tips from Librarians

Summer Reading Tracker
Summer Writing
Research and Industry Links
Advice and Innovative Reading Ideas from Scholastic
Age-Appropriate Books Listing
Best Practices, Resources in Reading and Language Arts
Build a Love of Reading – Online!
Get to Know an Author
International Reading Association Resources
The Kids and Family Reading Report™
Leveled Reading Lists
National Education Association Reading Event Ideas
Resources, Tips, and Tools for New Teachers
U.S. Department of Education Tips and Resources
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