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Signs: Easiest Reading Your Kids Should Ever Do | They're free, fun, and everywhere—use signs for building early reading skills | me, for @Scholastic #weteach

develop strong reading skills early: skimming vs reading #weteach

from Scholastic.com

Help Your Kids Connect to the Books They Read

Help Your Kids Connect to the Books They Read: Try these simple ways to get your kids more invested in books & reading. | me, for @Scholastic #weteach

from teach mama

number boxes 2.0

number boxes: easy fun #math for kids | #weteach

Reading, Decoded: 3 Things All Parents Must Know When It Comes to Reading | me, for @Scholastic #weteach

from NurtureStore

using maps for literacy with children

Great ideas for using maps for reading and writing skills :: map activities for children :: literacy center using maps

from teach mama

summarizing: at-home practice of a super-important reading skill

summarizing: at-home practice of a super-important reading skill | #literacy #reading #weteach

alphabet and reading on the road | playing with environmental print #weteach

from Scholastic.com

Free Audio Books and Why You Should Try Them

Free Audio Books and Why You Should Try Them | listening & reading: a multi-sensory approach to reading that works | me, for @Scholastic

from Scholastic.com

The Two-Chapter Rule

Do you force your kids to read every book they open? Here is the rule we follow that balances giving a book a chance and giving up so reading for fun stays fun! - Scholastic.com