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  • Reading and Writing SOS: Expert Answers to Family Questions

    Reading Rockets

    This webpage features a series of Q&A videos where experts give a badic ovrview to answer basic questions from families and caregivers on supporting children’s literacy.

  • Page 8: Teach Comprehension Strategies

    The Iris Center

    A webpage to provide the reading comprehension teaching strategies for teachers to add them into their teaching instruction. Included the strategies for three levels: beginning; intermediate; advanced.

  • Effective Literacy Interventions | Webinar

    Parent TA Centers (PTACs)

    A webniar to share explores how teachers can offer literacy instruction interventions that meets a range of student needs, and discusses how school leaders can support effective literacy programs.

  • Meeting the needs of English learners with disabilities: virtual, hybrid, and returning to in-person instruction

    Center on Technology and Disability

    Supports for English learners (ELs) with disabilities, particularly in virtual or hybrid learning. As schools transition back to in-person instruction, these materials aim to support learning recovery and enhance support systems for ELs with disabilities.

  • Academic Assessment, Instruction, and Intervention for English Learners

    Center on Technology and Disability

    Resources aimed to support English learners (ELs) with individualized instruction that cover general instructional practices, MTSS, special education considerations, implementation strategies, and support for family involvement.

  • Beyond the Books: Tips to Get Your Child to Read More

    Florida Center for Reading Research

    This infographic provides tips for your child to read more.

  • Examining Student Reading Achievement in the Heggerty Phonemic Awareness Curriculum

    Florida Center for Reading Research

    A research snapshot that examines if reading scores differ for students in schools using the Heggerty program compared students in schools using their typical reading instruction.

  • Being Bilingual Is a Superpower: Tips to Support Language and Literacy at Home

    Reading Rockets

    This video shares ways parents can support their children to view bi/multilingualism as a strength. Some of the advice they share include: speak to them in their home language, share stories and songs in their home language, listen to your child read out loud and talk about their meanings.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of Third Graders

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage offers valuable reading tips for parents of third graders through supporting independent reading habits, expanding vocabulary through varied literature, and encouraging critical thinking through discussions about reading content.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of Second Graders

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage provides specialized reading tips for parents of second-graders by incorporating engaging activities, supporting comprehension through discussions, and creating an overall supportive learning enviorment.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of First Graders

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage offers targeted reading tips for parents of first-graders. It provides guidance on book selection, comprehension, and maintaining a supportive reading environment to further develop language skills and instill a continued enthusiasm for reading in first-grade children.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of Kindergartners

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage presents reading tips tailored for parents of kindergartners. It provides advice on selecting suitable books, encouraging active reading participation, and reinforcing literacy through various activities, with a main goal of enhancing language development and fostering positive attitudes towards reading in kindergartners. Available for download as a PDF.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of Preschoolers

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage offers practical reading tips for parents of preschoolers. It provides guidance on selecting age-appropriate books, engaging in interactive reading activities, and creating a positive reading environment to enhance language development and prepare preschoolers for literacy success. Available for download as a PDF.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of Toddlers

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage provides helpful reading tips for parents of toddlers and how to focus on fostering early literacy skills for this specific age group. Offering advice such as selecting engaging books, incorporating interactive elements during reading sessions, and creating a supportive environment to encourage language development and a love for reading in toddlers. Avaialble for download as a PDF.

  • Reading Tips for Parents of Babies

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage offers valuable reading tips specifically for parents with babies, in order to emphasize the importance of early literacy development. It provides practical advice on creating a reading routine, selecting appropriate books, and fostering a positive reading environment to promote language and cognitive development in infants. Available for download as a PDF.

  • Reading Tips for Parents in Multiple Languages

    Reading Rockets

    The webpage provides literacy tips and activities for parents in multiple languages to enhance children’s reading skills at home. It includes links to several resources that aim to support parents engage with their children in diverse linguistic environments.

  • Essentials for Reading Success

    Florida Center for Reading Research

    A webpage to understand and use scientifically based reading instruction, including use data from assessments, and incorporate response to intervention, the features of effective instruction, and evidence-based practices to teach the critical components of reading.

  • Parentese Dictionary

    Center for Early Literacy Learning

    A document for vocalization and listening, including the parents’ practices for parentese. The documents is esepcially for parents of infants.

  • Worlds of words

    Center for Early Literacy Learning

    A document is for literacy learning experiences, including the parents’ practices for literacy practices and the fun facts about the words learning. The document is especially for parents of infants.

  • Supporting Oral Language and Vocabulary Development

    Florida Center for Reading Research

    A text that outlines ways to support oral language and vocabulary development at home for families with kidsin kindergaten. iNcluding asking response questions and modelling complete sentences.