It's not just about learning to read. It's also about how your child is being taught to read. Here are the most popular approaches - one of these is likely used at your child's school.
Give your li'l pre-reader's skills a boost with these letter and word activities.
Almost ready to read? Boost your early reader's skills with these stories and sounds.
Hone your new reader's skills with these challenges, tidbits, and tales.
Introduce your young reader to the fun side of language and learning!
Since it's all about reading to learn this year, here are 5 ways to boost your child's essential knowledge and comprehension skills.
Build a deeper understanding (and love) of language that'll last a lifetime.
Ready to get your child thinking - and valuing - reading more? These activities solicit higher-level thinking, such as opinions, order, comparisons, and word play.
Want to help your child read as naturally as she speaks? Try this!
Spark your child's interest in reading one library trip at a time.