It’s always a good time to think about reading, a fundamental building block of learning. We all know that first children learn to read, and then they read to learn. No matter how old your kids are, or how well they are reading now, you can help them become better readers. Check out this issue of Power Parent to learn more!
A GRPS Magazine | January 2021
Grand Rapids Public Schools’ Curriculum Guide shares important information about Academic Preparation for students in grades 9-12. GRPS Parent Toolkit Contents English Curriculum K-5 ReadyGen...
Everyday Steps to Reading Did you know that children begin their path to reading as babies when they hear and respond to the sound of a human voice? Literacy—the ability […]
Reading with Babies & Toddlers It’s never too early to start reading to your child! While reading with a baby or toddler may look different than reading with an older […]
How Can I Get My Child to Read More? Upon entering third grade, students will find their reading abilities challenged much more than in earlier grades. Texts will be longer […]
9 Ways to Get Teens Reading Parents know how to inspire a love of books in babies and toddlers: Just put ’em on your lap, and start reading. But as kids […]