Teachers and literacy coaches give timely advice on preparing your child for higher level reading.
Teachers and a high school student give practical advice for becoming a successful reader in middle and high school.
An experienced book club mom recommends books for children from first through sixth grade.
How you can help at home: Support your fourth- or fifth-grader's reading skills by reading aloud, listening to your child read and discussing vocabulary.
Here's what to do to make sure your student is prepared for college-level reading.
Middle- and high schoolers interpret, analyze, and discuss more-advanced texts. Here are the tools they'll need to succeed.
What are the elements of effective reading instruction for kids who have trouble learning to read? What can parents do at home to develop pre-reading skills and reinforce classroom learning? A reading expert answers those questions here.
In this activity, your child will read about people and their customs in other countries.
Getting Involved: Karen Wiederholt started an afterschool writing workshop for kids who need extra help.
Talking, playing and even cooking with your child can help reinforce the reading skills learned in school. Here's how.