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Comprehension

Tips, strategies, and activities for teaching reading comprehension. Find out how to help beginning and more experienced readers understand and remember what they read.

Early Reading

Learning to read is exciting. Beginning readers are surrounded by opportunities to practice reading and build skills. Find tips, activities,and articles about helping young readers.

Encourage Reading

Tips and ideas for encouraging children to read.

Holidays

Find activity ideas for teaching reading during holidays. Use stories, holiday vocabulary words, and history to build reading skills.

Home & School

Activities at home that support instruction at school. Tips for working with teachers to make learning more effective.

Older Readers

Tips, suggestions, and activities for teaching and encouraging older readers.

Phonics

Readers need to be able to identify words quickly and accurately. Phonics instruction is a critical part of teaching reading. Find tips, articles, and activities for helping readers learn phonics.

Sounds In Words

Phonological awareness activities, tips, and articles. Find ideas for rhyming, alliteration, sentences, word play, syllables, individual phonemes, and onset and rhymes.

Syllables

Syllable instruction helps build important reading and spelling skills. When students know the common syllable patterns and the six types of syllables, they are better able to read and spell fluently.

Teach Reading

Information, ideas, and activities for parents and teachers who teaching reading.

Vocabulary

A reading vocabulary refers to words a reader knows that help with comprehension. A strong vocabulary helps with reading and verbal communication. Learn how to build oral and reading vocabulary skills

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