Basics of Reading
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One of the core things we can all agree on as parents is that helping a child to develop positive self-esteem is very important. It is one of the corner........More>>
   
 
Your toolkit program has worked wonders for my son. He is nine years old and was recently diagnosed with a g- enetic disorder called Will- iams Syndrome......More>>
   
 
Both research and practical experience show that learn- ing to read is not natural, as is learning it speak; ther- efore, it needs to be taug- ht.2 School age......More>>
   
 
This kit provides materials to make it easy for child to offer discussions, and workshops for parents, teachers, and caregivers on how to support children's reading achievement. It may be helpful to think of these strategies as rather like building a house. You need to put up scaffolding before a building can take shape. Later the scaffold is removed and the building can stand alone. In the same way, you can show your child how to finish a job.
  How Can Parents Get Involved
 
In study after study, researchers discover how important it is for parents to be actively involved in their child's education. Here are some of the findings of major research into parental......More>>
  Improve Reading Skills
 
Nothing is more important to academic achievement than being a good reader. Parents know their children best and can provide the one-on-one time and attention that will lead them to......More>>
  Choosing a Book
 
A child's book is something special uniquely rewarding and pleasurable. It is never too soon to introduce children to books. Here are some basic points about specific age groups to........More>>
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