Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades PreK - 3
These books help teach the letters of the alphabet, along with the most common consonant sounds and long and short vowel sounds.
BOB Books are tailored for the stages of reading development and offer your child a step-by-step guide through early reading.
Just starting to sound out words? Try these popular first books.
We asked parents what books their kids are reading these days. Here are some of the most popular titles they mentioned.
Review general curricula for preschool, what to expect for each subject, and activities that can be done at home to support learning in the classroom.
These free printables are perfect for all kids aged 3-5.
Encourage your child to embrace reading with these free printables.
The I SPY books feature riddles by Jean Marzollo and photographs by Walter Wick, and are great for emerging, eagle-eyed readers.
Improve your child’s reading success with an understanding of this key teaching method.
Phonics skills: Give your early reader a head start with sounds and letters.
Help your 2nd grade reader overcome difficulties with the increasing challenge of 2nd grade reading.
This glossary is intended to offer simple explanations of what are sometimes complex issues in education.
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Beginning reader in the house? Find everyday ways to help him connect letters and sounds.
Listen closely to hear all the sounds in a word.
How many words can you make?
Use the below activities to ignite your child’s passion, nurture a weak area, or foster the advancement of a strength.
Help children understand the relationship between letter sounds and symbols with printable activities.
Your child can practice writing in cursive with this simple tracing activity that includes every letter of the alphabet.
Your child will love practicing writing with this rhyme-based printable minibook.
Give your child this printable reading practice test on phonics, grammar, and more.
Phonics comes to life with characters from the LEGO® DC Universe™!
Writing should be fun for your youngster — not a chore.
Why your baby needs to hear lots of people talking.
This National Grammar Day, help kids sharpen their reading skills.