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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.
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.
Team up with teachers to assure that kids become accomplished readers and writers.
Play your way to reading success with your child.
Take a look at easy ideas to bring books into your young child's life.
Make ABC-learning an everyday activity.
Determine where your early reader is in her language and reading skills.
Computers and smart toys can help children learn reading, but can they foster a love of books?

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