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Resources & Articles

Resources
Articles

RESOURCES

5 Great Books This is Anastasia Suen's blog with profiles for easy readers, the books we use to help kids develop and practice their reading skills.
A Guide to the Types of Essays Literacy is not just reading, but writing and the ability to express yourself. This site is valuable not just because it explains the types of writing, but also gives you "how-to's" as well.
Big Universe Big Universe. Read, create, and buy children's books online. Read LOTS of books for free.
Edgycate On this blog, Cindy Shortt celebrates that diversity and encourages parents to understand how children learn so that every child can reach his or her potential.
International Children's Digital Library This Web site is filled with children's books from around the world. They celebrate history, culture, and cross-cultural acceptance.
Just One More Book Website and podcast reviews of children's books. Meet authors, publishers, and others involved in writing books that kids will love.
Kid's Book Reviews Moms - who also happen to be authors - review books for kids. KBR is based in Australia and is guaranteed to expand your reading interests.
Literacy Launchpad Amy is an early literacy teacher. Find great resources and reading tips on her blog.
Moms Inspire Learning Ideas for helping kids learn to read and book reviews (0 to 12)
Mundo Mami "Moms raising bi-lingual children."
Reach Out and Read Reach Out and Read (ROR) is a national nonprofit organization that promotes early literacy by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud in pediatric exam rooms across the nation.
Reading Rewards This is a FREE reading incentive program for kids that blends your interest in promoting reading with their interest in playing games and having fun.
Reading Skills & Great Books for Kids Find articles wit ways to help kids develop and strengthen their skills, as well as lists of recommended books, broken out by audience.
Stories For Children Stories for Children, a free children's eMagazine
StorySnoops.com The StorySnoops are four moms from the San Francisco Bay Area. Theirs is the ultimate parent-to-parent book tool--always straightforward and informative.
Susan Crites On author Susan Crites' website, you'll find a page called Simple Pleasures. This is a continually updated collection of ideas for making reading fun.
Teach Mama Amy (a teacher) created this blog to empower parents by giving them simple tools and resources so they can become the best teachers they can be for their children.
The Almost Librarian Visit Valerie for booklists, reading ideas and reviews of children's books (0 to 8)
Understanding Reading Levels Anastasia Suen is a children's book author, educational consultant, and literacy advocate. On her Easy to Read blog, she has posted an easy reference to help you understand the four reading levels.
We Love Spanish Your number one resource for educational Spanish and bilingual books, audiobooks, videos, software and toys for children.

ARTICLES

Finding the Perfect Book for Struggling Readers The Reading Zone is Sarah M's blog. She is a 6th grade Language Arts teacher, and her ideas help all of us.
Guided Reading at Home by Cathy Puett Miller This is a two-part series about ways to mirror school reading techniques at home. We sponsored this article in 2006.
Information and Tools for Helping Struggling Readers This links to seven articles that describe conditions and environments that can affect reading. We are not familiar with EasyRead and are not endorsing their product. These articles are non-commercial.
Reading & Literacy with the Literacy Ambassador Cathy Puett Miller has extensive experience as an educator in reading and literacy. On her website, you'll find articles filled with easy-to-use ideas for parents, educators, and librarians.
Rolie Polie Olie ... Meet William Shakespeare J.H. Everett is a children’s author and illustrator, former elementary school teacher, children’s theater director, and all-around stage ham. In this article, he offers tips about ways to make reading aloud with kids fun.
The Children's Writing Supersite
Understanding Reading Levels Anastasia Suen is a children's book author, educational consultant, and literacy advocate. On her Easy to Read blog, she has posted an easy reference to help you understand the four reading levels.



                 

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