You are probably asking, how can I help my child with his/her reading? There is a lot we can do every day that can help your child grow as a reader. The resources below are packed full of ideas to form better reading habits, choose just-right books, and help students who struggle or just do not want to read. Click on the Blue boxes to go to the resource.
Raz-Kids.com is an award winning database that provides online leveled reading resources for kids. Hundreds of eBooks are offered at 27 levels. Our students have a log-on to enter their digital library.
Reading Rockets has many resources to help you create a young Reader. There are videos, articles, and themed activities to do with your child. "Like" them on FaceBook (I do) and receive newsfeeds about current topics regarding children and reading.
Scholastic for Parents contains links to find books, information about popular books and their authors, Parent Guides on children from ages 0-13, articles from their Blog, and printable worksheets.
Learn sight word teaching strategies, make your own sight word flash cards, and play sight word games at http://www.sightwords.com/
Founded by the talented and funny author, Jon Scieszka. This website was created for boys to spark their interest in reading, but I don't think it is just for boys.
What to say when your child does not know a word..."Helping Your Child Read " has strategies to help you guide your child while reading when they get stuck on a word.
Cannot find a book to read? This website just might have the superpowers to help you out. You can browse books by category or answer 10 questions to find out what kind of Superhero Reader you are.
Infographic found on For the Teachers web site: http://www.fortheteachers.org/parent_involvement/