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.
Use of the PEER strategy during read alouds to help children build vocabulary and make connections.
There are few shortcuts when it comes to improving a child's reading proficiency. Here we examine two reading improvement products.
Learn more about exploring your local library, which is filled with invaluable free literacy resources.
A close look at graphic novels and what they provide in terms of literacy development to their young readers.
Spring break does not have to mean a complete break from reading for students. Keep them engaged with reading throughout the break with these tips.
Consult a checklist of skills and suggested reading practices that will help set up your child for reading success during the school year.
A librarian shares a story of helping a young visitor find a literacy-based outlet for her love of fanfiction.
Having conversations every day, telling stories, and even going for a walk are among the tips discussed here to improve a child's vocabulary.
Universal screening data for students can help drive literacy instruction decisions to improve reading proficiency, and can also guide families in their reading at home.
Tips for parents to use before, during and after a parent-teacher conference in order to be best prepared to talk about a child's literacy proficiency.