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By: Reading Rockets (2015)

Reading Rockets has developed a set of reading adventure packs to encourage hands-on fun and learning centered around paired fiction and nonfiction books.



By: Bank Street College of Education (2009)
Playing games is a great way to provide additional practice with early reading skills. Here are six games parents or tutors can use to help young readers practice word recognition, spelling patterns, and letter-sound knowledge.

By: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (2008)

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association offers these age-appropriate ways that parents can engage their young children to help develop speech and language abilities.



By: U.S. Department of Education (2005)

These activities are for families and caregivers who want to help their preschool children to learn and to develop the skills necessary for success in school — and in life.



By: Judith Fontana (2002)

Moms, dads, or grandparents can play simple word games with kids to increase their ability to recognize and use letters and sounds. Try these games the next time you're on the go.



By: Jim Burke (1998)

This article offers a collection of interactive activities that help kids become more involved in the stories that they read.



By: U.S. Department of Education (1997)

Doing activities with your children allows you to promote their reading and writing skills while having fun at the same time. These activities for pre-readers, beginning readers, and older readers includes what you need and what to do for each one.



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