Tips for Helping Children at Home With Literacy Skills: Parent Communication

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1st - 5th, Homeschool
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Learning Objective

Parents will know how best to help their young readers and writers.


Parents often ask how they can help. This printout can help!

Why use Tips for Helping Children at Home With Literacy Skills? This list of suggestions is easy to send home, either with paper or remotely, to help parents help their children develop literacy skills.

How it works: Just send this form home! It can be sent home on paper, or just send the communication page remotely for the parents to read.

What’s included: This freebie has a page with several research based suggestions for helping little ones with their reading and writing skills.

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