NASDSE Remote Learning v Homebound v Homeschool -Issue Brief 3
  • Webinar: Dialogic Reading

    Dialogic Reading is a method of “shared reading” where families and children have a dialogue about the elements of the book and the child can connect the language and themes of the book to their own life. There are many benefits to dialogic reading for you and your child. Come learn about dialogic reading, how it will benefit your family, and where to find more information.


Dialogic Reading
Dialogic Reading Survey
  • Early Reader Checklist

    Is your home literacy friendly?

    This resource developed by ‘GetReadytoRead’

    You are your child’s first teacher. Your home is where your child will get his or her first experiences with books and reading.  This checklist developed by ‘GetReadytoReady’ is a way families can identify ways to increase literacy activities in the home.


Early Reader Checklist
Spelling Interventions for Struggling Readers
  • Reading Rockets

    Offers a broad range of information and ideas to encourage reading for children of all ages.

    Category: LITERACY

Part 1: A quick overview of the skills needed to become a good reader.
Part 2: An overview on early reading skills that parents can support.
Supporting your Child’s Literacy Development at Home
Supporting your Child’s Literacy Development at Home Fact Sheet

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