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A strong, thoughtful group of parents is often the thing that separates a good school from a great school. Make your PTA a strong, thoughtful one!
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This video will give you some ideas to make reading with your grade schooler more enjoyable and more effective.
Read more about cultivating parent leaders and the importance of building family engagement one person at a time.
It's never too early to start! Watch this video to get ideas of how you can help your toddler begin to build some reading skills (and have more fun at reading time!) Read here about raising a reader.
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This video is broken into Part I and Part II. It will give you some ideas of how to make reading time more enjoyable and more effective. Read 6 Tips for Reading With a Beginning Reader here.
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Check it out--a free, printable PDF. Place it next to the place your child usually does their homework and spend 5 mins talking about homework each day.
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A free, printable PDF of some of the common myths of reading with beginning readers. Share with the families of your students.