A Thousand White Butterflies
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Reading aloud to children has been shown to improve reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking and concentration, and general academic aptitude, as well as inspire a lifelong love of reading. Teachers use Storyline Online in their classrooms, and doctors and nurses play Storyline Online in children’s hospitals.
What the Science Says About How Kids Learn to Read
The debate on how to teach early reading has raged for a century. But for the last few decades, the cognitive science has been clear: Teaching young kids how to crack the code—teaching systematic phonics—is the most reliable way to make sure that they learn how to read words.
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Reading SOS: Expert Answers to Family Questions About Reading
In this special Reading Rockets video series, experts answer real questions from families about reading and how to support their children’s literacy at home.
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More About Collin
Learn the importance of and ways to develop literacy skills for children with special needs.
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Reading and Writing Together
Doing reading and writing activities with your child can help them develop both skills and interest in literacy.
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Building Vocabulary and Comprehension
Discover useful and fun ways to enhance your child’s vocabulary and understanding of language.
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Kindergarten and First Grade Video