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Keep your fourth grader engaged during summer break with a reading list. Use these suggestions to create a list that caters to your young child's specific interests.
Know the specifics of guided reading to lead your child to the best books for their development.
Why etiquette and politeness may breed good reading skills.
What are the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and how will they affect your children?
Give your early reader a boost with three crucial steps.
Learn how to support your developing reader during this exciting learning period.
Look for these signs of progress in your pre-reader.
According to the International Reading Association, literacy skills will help your child in every academic area, as well as with most life skills.
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.