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How to Read an E-Book with Your Child
Posted by Counselor on Monday, Apr 8th, 2013.

"How to Read an E-Book with Your Child"

"Como lea un E-Book con sus niños"

http://www.readingrockets.org/article/56082/

Posted by Counselor on Friday, Oct 19th, 2012.

What's in the reading adventure pack?

  • Parent information sheet with an introductory note that teachers can personalize, instructions about how to use the packet, and tips for sharing fiction and nonfiction books with children
  • Two books: one fiction and one nonfiction, selected by Reading Rockets for high quality and wide availability in school libraries
  • Creativity Activity: a hands-on craft project
  • Imagination Activity: encourages imaginative play, writing, or drawing
     
  • Get Real Activity: focuses on real-world experiences for parent and child
  • Bookmark: lists the featured titles and alternative titles
  • Parent survey

Explore dinosaurs!

The featured books for the Dinosaurs Adventure Pack are Dinosaurs, by Gale Gibbons, and Danny and the Dinosaur, by Syd Hoff. During a visit to a museum, Danny encounters a dinosaur that turns out to be real and they leave the museum for a day of adventure in Danny and the Dinosaur. Gail Gibbons, a leading author in nonfiction for children, offers an excellent introduction to dinosaurs of many shapes and sizes in Dinosaurs.
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Parent Tips: Help Your Child Have a Good School Year
By: Colorín Colorado (2009)

As a parent, there are many things you can do at home to help your child have a good school year. These include making sure your child gets enough sleep, getting him/her to school on time, and reading at home every day. Here are ten important ways to get started! http://www.colorincolorado.org/article/33152

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Note: There are three versions of this article, written at different reading levels (basic, intermediate, and advanced). All three versions are included in the PDF version.