The Kids & Family Reading Report is a national survey sharing the views of both kids and parents on reading.
Between 3rd and 5th grades, many kids become less interested in reading for fun. To keep your child interested, try these everyday ways to encourage a positive and fun attitude toward language.
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Kids love getting their own mail — boost their reading skills by subscribing to one of these great magazines for kids!
Know the specifics of guided reading to lead your child to the best books for their development.
What are the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and how will they affect your children?
Ages 6-7 are very exciting for both you and your child because it’s during this time that most children become true readers. Here’s how you can foster that development.
Your child can expect the demands of reading and writing to increase in all subject areas during the middle school years.
90% of kids agree that they need to be strong readers to get into a good college, with 87% agreeing that they need to be strong readers to get a good job when they are older.
Experts share strategies for inspiring your child with the perfect read.