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Questions to ask while reading nonfiction text. Free downloads from Fun in First

How To Get Boys To Read... such an important article - all parents, especially those of young boys, should read.

Preventing the Summer Slide- Tips for Parents- Free handout! Send home on the last day of school.

Preventing the Summer Slide

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Seven Habits of Happy Kids pamphlet to give to kids/parents

LOVE!!!!!! Sending this home for parents in our first report card.

Building A Reader At Home - Parent Handout - Reading Strategies for Parents

This packet of informational handouts is aimed at parents of children in grades K-2. Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategie...

Ways a Parent Can Help a Child with Reading | For the Teachers

Ask Your Child - This is a newsletter that I send home on Fridays. (In addition to my weekly newsletter/homework packet on Mondays.) I believe that it is important for the kiddos to discuss what they learned at school with their parents. However parents always ask "How was school today?" And the kiddos response is always "nothin". This is a newsletter that gives your parents prompts for what the kiddos should have mastered by the end of the week. My parents LOVE to do this with their kids.

Yay! Someone is finally getting it! The missing piece in getting kids to do well in math is getting the parents talking about math all the time!

Make one for each child and then add hanging folders that say "Pre-K through 12th grade." Save things that come home during each school year (report cards, drawings, certificates, good grades, etc.). # Pin++ for Pinterest #

I thought it might be nice if parents had a little background knowledge to help them, help their child. Why not tell them what fluency is or how it sounds? Why not give them directions on how to help with those things? Well here you go...Fluency Folders!

Handout for parents - what questions to ask while they read with their kids...GREAT!

Classroom Freebies Too: Parent Tips and Tricks #7