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  • Liz McBride

    Back to School Night Fun in First Grade: Helping Parents Help Their Children

  • Kristy

    Reading :: Fun in First Grade: Helping Parents Help Their Children

  • Kat Leen

    Helping Parents Help Their Children - help your child become a better reader - questions to ask them. Also on page: How to help you child succeed in school

  • Maureen Kilcullen

    Parent Letters for How they can help at home with reading! I love this idea but I can't find it on her blog I am pinning this so I can keep looking for it later :)

  • Lindsay Duke

    Helping Parents Help Their Children with reading...great to send home at open house

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