The first years in elementary school are critical to power-up your child’s reading skills. You can help build your child’s reading potential and future school success, making a ReadStrong reader.
- Ask your child’s teacher about your child’s reading and how to help.
- Continue your ReadStrong routine – read with your child the same time daily.
- Set a goal to read 20 minutes daily- even if it’s for 5 minutes at a time.
- Have fun reading together – Turn-off the TV and other screen devices.
- Use different sources for reading materials – school, public library, and digital library, like myON.
… and Get Help early if you think your child is having any problems.
Get help for your child.
- Attend ReadStrong events.
- Visit the PTA’s Family Resources page.
- Join your child’s PTA. Receive info. about family events and meetings that support reading.
- Try different library resources – visit myON digital library and your local library.
- Keep building your child’s reading skills – Sign-up at ReadStrong for info. on free programs that may be offered at your child’s school during the school year and summer.
- Visit ReadStrong’s Help for My Child page and sign-up. We can guide you to resources, screenings, and services for your child.