Getting ready for middle and high school reading
Middle and high schoolers interpret, analyze, and discuss more-advanced texts. Here are the tools they'll need to succeed.
Reading worksheets for every grade
Rev up reading skills - no matter what level your child's at - with our favorite reading worksheets for preschoolers through fifth graders.
5 tips for encouraging reluctant readers (and common mistakes to avoid)
Not all kids enjoying reading as much as their parents might like. Here are some ways to draw your reluctant reader into a good book.
Countdown to back to school: summer reading
Back to School: Don't let the summer brain drain get to your child. Take time this summer to read at the beach, the park and on the back porch.
7 Common Core questions for parents
Eighty-five percent of U.S. students live in states adopting the new Common Core State Standards. Here are the essential questions — and answers — to get you up to speed.
Common Core 101
The who, what, when, where, and how of the new education standards — and what they mean for your child.
Summer reading 2.0
A new summer reading tool for parents who are hell-bent on avoiding summer brain drain.
Nonfiction for fun and learning, too
Children can learn and have fun at the same time when reading non fiction books. Teach your child nonfiction reading strategies so he can build his reading skills and become a better reader.