Resources for Families
This comprehensive resource provides caregivers a wealth of information to support their child as a developing reader. The Read-At-Home Plan for Student Success resource includes a variety of at-home activities to support a child’s phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
This resource of activities and games was created to support the development of the foundational skills needed to become a skilled reader. Also included are video links demonstrating how common household materials can be used to practice these reading skills. These engaging games and activities can be adapted and changed as a child’s reading ability grows.
Stay engaged with reading all year long with these downloadable postcards. Each postcard focuses on a different topic – from general tips and tricks about reading with your child, to information about the NebraskaREADS program, to summer reading.
These downloadable infographics from the Global Family Research Project highlight several research-based ways families can promote early literacy. It is available in both English and Spanish.
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