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Developing Reading Skills for Ages 3-5

Developing Reading Skills for Ages 3-5

 
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.
Can computer programs help your child develop early literacy skills?
Watching your child learn to write is thrilling. Here's how you can help her develop this new skill with confidence.
Encourage your child's literacy skills, well before he learns to read!
What happens at that magical moment when your child grasps the amazing power of words?
Try these tips for enriching your young child’s reading experience.
A trusting relationship and plenty of playtime lay the foundation for successful readers.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, only 55% of children ages 3-5 who were not yet in kindergarten were read to daily by a...
Zoë Kashner, former editor of Scholastic’s Read 180 program and The World Almanac for Kids, answers your reading questions.
Get book recommendations to build a library of titles she'll remember forever. Put your child on the road to learning, build her...

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