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Reading Tips for Parents

These sites provide resources as well as information for parents to help their children read at home. Includes reading tips, strategies, and activities to reinforce reading skills at home. There are downloadable resources and activity guides. There is also a link to eThemes Resources on graphic organizers.


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Use this brochure with families which provides numerous examples of what children are interested in reading.
This brochure provides many ideas to support a beginning reader. Designed for parents and caregivers, the brochure offers many links to assist families.
This brochure designed for parents and caregivers provides tips for working with emerging readers.
This site provides various tips for parents to help kids become better readers. The topics include motivating kids to read, choosing books, reading aloud techniques, and more. Use the menu on the left to navigate the site or select an age group for related articles.
Use these quizzes and activities to make reading fun for kids. Includes tips for parents and experts advice. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Here are reading tips from the National Education Association, found in a variety of languages. Includes pre-school reading tips, sharing picture books with young children, and promoting reading. There are also lists of recommended books.
This article describes things parents can do to help increase children's motivation to read. NOTE: This site has links to external websites.
This seven-page PDF file has seventeen strategies that parents can use with their children to help them become more efficient and proficient readers.
This two-page PDF file are reading strategies for emergent readers.
This page provides information and general knowledge for parents about reading strategies that are important for children. Includes resources on strategies for reading comprehension.
This page has suggested ideas for reading-based activities for parents to use. These activities are geared toward younger children but can be adapted to older ages. NOTE: This site has links to external websites.
Here are graphic organizers for reading comprehension that parents can use to assist children's reading. NOTE: This site includes ads.
These sites have printable and interactive graphic organizers to be used in the classroom. Includes KWL charts, webs, clusters, timelines, outlines, fish diagrams, story maps, comparing charts, cause and effect charts, and more. Some sites explain how and why to use graphic organizers in the classroom.

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