Help provide support for your parents when your students take home books to read at home. Parents don't always have "reading-teacher-language" on the tip of their tongues to compliment and/or support their readers.
Building Skills at Home Parent Handouts - Free packet that contains informational handouts aimed at parents of children in grades Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategies parents can do at home
Parent Connection Newsletter ~ Issue Are you looking for a great newsletter to send to parents each month? This one focuses on reading and writing and includes tips, resources, activities, and ways to get the reluctant reader reading
FREE Phonics-Based Reading Passages Fluency and Skill Based Reading Comprehension Notebook (ALL YEAR). This free printable includes comprehension, fluency, vocabulary and writing. A great resource for teachers that will save you time and energy. These pho
Reading milestones give parents suggestions for tracking their kids' development, but they still sometimes are left asking: How do I teach my child to read? These strategies give ideas and tips for teaching struggling readers to gain literacy skills.
This take-home brochure is designed to share an understanding of fluency with parents. Nine activities focused on promoting and supporting a growth of fluency are shared with parents in a way to make learning fun for children. The activities described use household items to teach this important reading skill to ensure that classroom practices transfer to home and the real world.