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Reading and Language Arts

Tips for Reading with Your Child

  • Do it every day and pick a regular time. By doing so, you demonstrate that reading is important.
  • Read the book before you read it aloud. Reading aloud is performing. You will do a better job if you are familiar with the book.
  • Read books you like. If you like a book, the odds are your child will also. Start by reading books you enjoyed as a child.
  • Read articles from magazines, newspapers, and other materials aloud.
  • Read for information and for fun!


"The more that you READ, the more things you will KNOW. The more that you LEARN, the more places you'll GO." ~Dr. Seuss

Activities in Reading and Language Arts


Students reading a book together


Students listening to a story


Students with a book and puppets


Students studying reading


Group of students in Reading Together (R2) t-shirts they decorated