FOR PARENTS >>
Reading to your child and listening to him read are two of the most important things you can do to raise a strong, enthusiastic reader.
A good reader doesn’t necessarily know every word or immediately understand everything he or she reads. He or she does know STRATEGIES for figuring out unfamiliar words and understanding difficult material. Encourage your student to work these into her reading routine:
THEME: GENEROSITY AND GIVING
THEME: EMPATHY AND KINDNESS
THEME: BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Open Books Family Literacy Workshops
Workshops are for students in grades K-2. Please RSVP to Ms. Yeager.
Reading at Home with your Child
Thursday, April 26
Thursday, May 10
Tuesday, May 22
Writing and Summer Reading
Thursday, May 31