Creating Readers: Recommended Books for Parents and Caregivers
Help your child get ready to read with these recommended books on literacy.
This innovative book offers creative ways to teach the alphabet using poems, crafts, games, fingerplays, and books.
These art-centered activities for children aged three to six will reinforce letter recognition, build phonemic awareness, and teach pre-reading skills.
Baby Read-Aloud Basics: Fun and Interactive Ways to Help Your Little One Discover the World of Words
A guide to developing early language and pre-reading skills in babies and toddlers.
Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms in a Digital Age—From Picture Books to eBooks and Everything in Between
A guide to raising kids who love to read.
A group of songs and rhymes along with literacy activities, learning center activities, and theme connections.
Learn about the many benefits of reading aloud to children. An appendix lists suggested stories for reading aloud.
Helps parents motivate their children to learn to read and to become confident, enthusiastic readers.
A guide to choosing books for children and nurturing their love of reading.
Help prepare your child for reading by strengthening their phonemic awareness, or awareness of individual letter sounds. Includes reproducible pages.
This text shares not only book lists but also "must-knows" for each age level, from toddlers to teens.
A picture book celebration of the act of exploring—and sharing—a book.
Help your child learn to read by developing their awareness of letter sounds. Includes activities and reproducible practice pages.
Reading aloud helps early literacy development and creates a bond between children and their caregivers.
Help your child build reading and writing skills by learning the phases of literacy.
Contains practical advice for supporting the three key elements for reading enthusiasm in children: decoding, comprehension, and motivation.
This book offers more than 300 age-appropriate and subject-specific book selections from librarians for reading time with young children.
This lively book explores the six basic pre-literacy skills that young children need in order to learn to read.
The classic guide to the best read-alouds, why reading aloud is essential, and how to create a welcoming reading environment.
This resource offers week-by-week reading homework for first graders to help build reading comprehension and fluency.
Children in second and third grade can practice reading comprehension and fluency with these reproducible week-by-week homework selections.