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Developing Reading Skills for Ages 3-5

Developing Reading Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Some 3- to 5-year-olds show signs of learning struggles early on. Try these activities to support your struggling learner.
New to the Summer Reading Challenge? Don’t worry, we’re giving you a crash course: The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge for parents 101.
Give your beginning reader a boost with lots of shared reading.
Sales of kids’ e-books are skyrocketing, but is high-tech as good as print for the youngest readers? Find out how they stack up.
Learn about Scholastic's new line of illustrated early chapter books for ages 5-8.
Take a look at easy ideas to bring books into your young child's life.
Try these tips for enriching your young child’s reading experience.
Watching your child learn to write is thrilling. Here's how you can help her develop this new skill with confidence.
Determine where your early reader is in her language and reading skills.
Zoë Kashner, former editor of Scholastic’s Read 180 program and The World Almanac for Kids, answers your reading questions.
Phonics skills: Give your early reader a head start with phonics.
Teamwork between parents and teachers is essential to get your child ready to read.
Computers and smart toys can help children learn reading, but can they foster a love of books?
Get book recommendations to build a library of titles she'll remember forever. Put your child on the road to learning, build her...

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