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Developing Reading Skills for Ages 3-5

Developing Reading Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Your kid might be reading books and e-books, but what about audiobooks? Here are 5 ways audiobooks can boost kids' reading skills.
Learn about Scholastic's new line of illustrated early chapter books for ages 5-8.
New to the Summer Reading Challenge? Don’t worry, we’re giving you a crash course: The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge for parents 101.
Focus on words and pictures while reading aloud to pre-K students -- it has big rewards.
Sales of kids’ e-books are skyrocketing, but is high-tech as good as print for the youngest readers? Find out how they stack up.
Computers and smart toys can help children learn reading, but can they foster a love of books?
Improve your child’s reading success with an understanding of this key teaching method.
Give your early reader a boost with three crucial steps.
Give your beginning reader a boost with lots of shared reading.
Teach your child the letters that are important to them, and build from there.
Phonics skills: Give your early reader a head start with phonics.
Learn if it’s OK if your child is “pretend reading” her favorite books.
Set up learning routines that build language and pre-literacy skills.
Teamwork between parents and teachers is essential to get your child ready to read.

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