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help your children to read. in or out of school hours!

in or out of school hours!

Why does oral language matter in learning to read and write? This post has information, a free assessment, and ideas about how to develop your students' oral language skills.

GREAT RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS! Why does oral language matter in learning to read and write? This post has information, a free assessment, and ideas about how to develop your students' oral language skills.

This site exists to educate and encourage families with dyslexia. Dyslexia does not need to be a disability if the the teacher understands how dyslexics learn and the right teaching methods are used.

Teach Your Child To Read - This site exists to educate and encourage families with dyslexia. Dyslexia does not need to be a disability if the the teacher understands how dyslexics learn and the right teaching methods are used. - Teach Your Child To Read

How to cultivate smart readers - infographic -- Reading together with young kids helps them:    (1) learn to recognize letters,   (2) understand that print represents the spoken word,   (3) become aware of how to hold a book, turn the page and start at the beginning,   (4) realize the relationship between letters and sounds,   (5) expand their vocabulary,   (6) begin to develop oral language skills.

How to cultivate smart readers - infographic -- Reading together with young kids helps them: learn to recognize letters, understand that print represents the spoken word, become aware of how to hold a book, turn the page and start at the begin