Interest Level: Grades PreK - K
Genre: Reference, Functional and How-To
Looking for age-appropriate titles for your advanced reader when it’s time to move beyond YA? Check out these suggestions from other parents for the best transitional books.
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When you let your child choose what books she wants to read, you're encouraging a love for literacy that will last a lifetime. Here are the top book series kids of all ages say are their all-time favorites.
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Encourage progress in your ever more sophisticated and independent reader.
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Try this simple strategy to help your child absorb all the details as she reads. Try this simple strategy to help your child absorb all the details as she reads. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scho...
5 picture books you can bring to life and dive deeper into their meaning at the same time. 5 picture books you can bring to life and dive deeper into their meaning at the same time. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
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...
It’s hard to know what to say when kids struggle with reading out loud, but fluency practice can actually be a lot of fun. Let’s do what we can to grow fluent readers! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Sch...
Share special times today through stories of yesterday.
Fifth grade reading helps your children develop life-long skills. Make sure your child has plenty of time to devote to independently reading for pleasure.
Have a conversation with your elementary school reader about the classic title "Charlotte's Web" by E. B. White.
Preschoolers will have a great time reading along with this silly story!
This printable, based on a classic nursery rhyme, is great for children of all ages.
Use this fun snowflake printable as a tool to inspire your children to write about the books they read.
Before kids share a book with a friend, ask them to have this book review “handy.”
Ask your reader to write what he or she thinks a book will be about before reading it.
Aid your child in understanding the meaning of vocabulary words.
What’s next? Understanding story progression.
Think he can't read a textbook chapter alone? He can!
Asking questions about books builds early comprehension skills.