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May Literacy News

    May Literacy News   Tips for Summer Reading To foster your child's reading development during the summer, we encourage you to incorporate some of these ideas into your daily/weekly summer . . .

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April News Article

  April Literacy News     Why Is Vocabulary Important? Vocabulary means the words students must know to communicate effectively by knowing what words mean and how to use them. . . .

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March News Article

    March Literacy Ne ws        What Is Reading Fluency? Reading fluency is the ability to read a text accurately and quickly. Children are becoming fluent readers when they . . .

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February News Article

    February Literacy News    Early Efforts to Write   Much of a child's success as a writer is a product of early writing experiences. Parents, as children's first . . .

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January News Article

         January Literacy News               A new semester is starting soon. Make it successful by preparing your child . . .

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December News Article

 December Literacy News     Books make great Christmas presents! Young children especially like to read non-fiction books that include photographs of real objects, animals, or places. . . .

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November News Article

   November Literacy News     Tips for Reading Aloud   Rhyming activities help your child to pay attention to the sounds in words. Reading books with rhyming words, . . .

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October News Article

   October Literacy News    Listening actively to stories being read aloud is a key to understanding what's happening in the story. Try these tips to build listening skills: . . .

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Program Information

  Program Information Our core curriculum is a scientifically research-based  reading program called Wonders , published by McGraw-Hill. The program is  designed so that each class has a 90 minute . . .

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Literacy News Articles

  September News Article Explains reading intervention and how parents can help at home. October News Article Gives hints on reading with your child . . .

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Literacy Games

  Literacy Games to Play at Home   Alphabet Games Play “Alphabet on Your Back”. Choose a letter of the alphabet to draw on your child’s back. Have your child guess which letter is . . .

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