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  • Summer reading can be fun, exciting, and memorable. All you need to do is mix things up a bit to get kids buried in books! It’s not easy to get kids to WANT to read in the summer, but these five ways will put them on track....

  • A fun (and simple) way to work towards fluent reading. A fun (and simple) way to work towards fluent reading. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Read Ok blog image As...

  • Play this simple reading game with your 4-6 year-olds while reading bedtime stories. Teach early reading skills to your emergent readers with this simple bedtime reading game. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • Set a great example to get your kids reading, with these short, but powerful, titles for parents. Set a great example to get your kids reading, with these short, but powerful, titles for parents. Allison McDonald Blogs Schol...

  • Want to help your child take one more step towards independent reading? Try our "Read and Draw" movie activity. Having your child draw pictures while your read a story is a great step towards independent reading. A...

  • Fun low-pressure ways to work on literacy skills before your child enters kindergarten. Fun low-pressure ways to work on literacy skills before your child enters kindergarten. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • Kick off summer reading at your house with simple, special events, and use the same ideas throughout the summer to keep the reading momentum going. How to keep reading exciting all summer long. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholas...

  • Simple tips to help new parents establish reading as a family from the start. Simple tips to help new parents establish reading as a family from the start. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic...

  • Help your child make this simple door sign, and let him or her dive into a great read in peace and quiet. Help your child make this simple door sign, and let him or her dive into a great read in peace and quiet. Allison McDo...

  • How parents can support children who need help remembering what they read. He seems like a fluent reader, but something is wrong. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Developing Reading Skills Scholastic Pare...

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