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Things Good Readers Do: Talk about Books

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Things Good Readers Do: Make it a Habit

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Things Good Readers Do: Set Goals + Track their Reading

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Things Good Readers Do: Abandon Books

We've started talking in this series about the habits of good readers. Once we know what good readers do, we can start to practice them, have our little ones practice them, and help all of us become even better readers. Last post, I talked about how I teach kids how to find "just right" books.… Continue reading Things Good Readers Do: Abandon Books

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45 Educators Give Their Top 3 Reading Tips for Parents

Jump to Tips Picture this: It’s parent-teacher conference time. You’re sitting across from your child’s teacher (or perhaps, these days, seeing them on Zoom), and they’re telling you that your child is behind in reading. As a teacher, I know that’s disheartening for parents to hear, and perhaps the pronouncement even throws you into a… Continue reading 45 Educators Give Their Top 3 Reading Tips for Parents