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Bring reading to life with these 11 free reading websites for kids! Great resources for preschool through middle school. Find more at ReallyGoodTeachers.com
Lorika De Jager saved to Lees
It is easy to teach a child to read if it is done in the right way. Parenting Expert Dr Debmita Dutta - explains the steps to teach a child to read at home
Lisa Morales saved to Kinder readers
Reading to your kids every day is one of the best ways you can set them up for success in Kindergarten and beyond. So many different skills are learned while reading together and it is definitely something you want to continue doing as your children get older. Any reading you do together is great, but there are some things you can do while you read that can make it even better!
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Follow these five steps to teach a child to read. Helpful for parents, homeschoolers, and teachers that are teaching beginning readers.
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Enjoy 80+ funny jokes for kids sure to make kids (and adults) laugh. Silly, fun, and classic jokes for the whole family. Warning: jokes will cause belly laughs!
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So many kids, reluctant readers included, become enthusiastic when they read funny books. Who doesn't love to laugh and giggle through a chapter book or middle grade story, right? To help you find the best funny book for your children and students, here's a huge list of kids' favorite funny chapter books and funny middle grade books for readers ages 6 to 13.
100 Reasons Why Reading is Important, How you can get into a Reading Habit, If you're curious about the importance of reading, you’ll find out many reasons why it is important to read. Plus, reading to kids, reading challenges, and Great Books to Read
Take the Simple Solutions Summer Reading Challenge. Print out the game board below and color a square for every 20 minutes you spend reading.
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To raise a lifelong reader, your child needs to see that reading can be fun. Otherwise, they won't choose to read. Here are the best chapter books your child will devour. 100% kid approved!
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10 chapter books that are perfect to read aloud to children ages 4 to 6 years old. The book list includes a mix of classic and contemporary titles to share.
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