Lady with laptopBrowse a variety of reading topics from our experts in brain science, early learning and reading to help your child get on the path to reading success. Find tips to help build important reading skills from choosing the right book to read to ideas to make reading a part of your (and your child’s) routine.

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Does Your Kindergartner Struggle with Beginning Reading Skills?

It is natural to think that children struggling with beginning reading may just need more time to settle in and that they will catch up on their own. This may be true for some children, but research shows that many will remain behind unless they get the right kind of reading instruction quickly.

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Showing Up Every Day Makes A Difference!

Did you know that about one in 10 children in kindergarten and first grade are absent from school more than nine days a school year? These kids are missing instructional time essential for learning to read, and it’s hard to make up for that loss.

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Using Children’s Books to Help Manage Health Issues

Children with health issues can face unwelcome changes to their daily routines and relationships. For kids with health issues, the right books can help alleviate the mental and emotional burdens that accompany an illness.

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The Science of Talking with Your Preschooler

Communication is the practice of sharing information. We can teach young children how to use language by engaging them in conversations, which helps them develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

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Talk with Your Baby

Interactions between parents and children provide the main opportunities for small children to learn about the world around them. But just how important is it to talk to babies before they even understand what you are saying?

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