Posted on: March 13, 2017
To become better writers, students need dedicated time to practice writing and instruction on a variety of strategies for writing for multiple purposes and audiences.
An Iowa elementary school is getting students excited about reading through "One School One Book," where all families are given the same book to read.
An overview of the Iowa Reading Research Center's Making Inferences graphic organizer, a tool to help children organize their thoughts and make inferences.
Book series, also known as infinite fiction, are popular in literature, especially among certain genres. A librarian examines series and their appeal.
Covering the complications and best practices when it comes to helping children make their own reading choices.
In addition to reading books, children can benefit from reading texts such as letters, magazines, recipes, and even cereal boxes.
There are several ways to help a beginning reader figure out an unknown word they have encountered. Here are nine suggestions for what might be said.
Grandparents can be involved in the reading development of their grandchildren. Explore ways for grandparents to make a difference in this way.
When it comes to children making reading choices, teacher librarians are poised to help families make these decisions.
How to help your child focus on important reading skills while discussing a text using the CROWD strategy.