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Father and daughter reading a bookWhat families can do to
help students succeed

Literacy is essential to life-long learning. Reading and writing are foundations for everything that your child will perform in his/her life.

There are many ways you can support your child with literacy

  • Read to and with your child, and reread favorites again and again.
  • Read all sorts of print -- newspapers, magazines, books, comics, songs (the list goes on and on...)
  • Keep books everywhere and take them with you wherever you go.
  • Talk to your children about the books they are reading.
  • Start a neighborhood book club.
  • Monitor, guide and limit television viewing.
  • Visit your local library.
  • Encourage writing every day, and make your own books!
  • Subscribe to a magazine.
  • Model a literate life. Be a reader and a writer yourself!

Why is reading important?

Why is writing important?

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