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I have an elementary student

In the journey from tiny kindergartner to a confident third-grader, children make leaps and bounds in their reading skills. They go from reading words to reading chapters and from reciting pages to understanding all that they’re reading and writing. Everything you do to celebrate, champion and support your child on their reading journey gives them the confidence to push through their challenges and take pride in being a strong reader.

I have an elementary student

In the journey from tiny kindergartner to a confident third-grader, children make leaps and bounds in their reading skills. They go from reading words to reading chapters and from reciting pages to understanding all that they’re reading and writing. Everything you do to celebrate, champion and support your child on their reading journey gives them the confidence to push through their challenges and take pride in being a strong reader.
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Here are some easy ways you can work literacy into every day with your child. Remember, just 20 minutes a day can make all the difference:

Did you know?

Missing a day of school may not seem like a big deal, but those absences can add up to something big. When a child is frequently absent, they can miss important milestones, like reading on grade level by third grade. By practicing good attendance habits, you can help make sure your child stays on track!

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