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Educate Parents on the Habits of Stronger Readers

October 22, 2012

Educate Parents on the Habits of Stronger Readers

Introducing the five components of reading to students is essential. But beyond educating the students, consider rolling out the basics for the parents, too.

Many parents play an active role in reinforcing the skills that their children are learning at school. However, without keeping them in the loop, they might inadvertently sabotage our efforts. They are stakeholders in their child’s education and appreciate knowing how to help.

Utilize any of these printable resources to educate your parents about the key components of literacy during an upcoming parent-teacher conference night, or just send them home attached to your next classroom newsletter.

Reading Comprehension

 

That was Then/This is Now
Helping Your Reader at Home

If you’re interested in learning more about how to teach the five components of reading, visit our Learning Center for numerous instructional strategies.

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