Back to school infographic: Why Read 20 Minutes at Home? Perfect to send home the first week of school!

Why Read At Home? This a wonderful visual to show students (and parents) the importance of nightly reading at home. I send this home to parents each year along with their child& nightly reading log. I hope you can use this in your classroom!

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Reading: It's good for their health. The facts illustrated on WHY READING AT A YOUNG AGE MATTERS graphic, paints only a small picture of what books can do for your little one

Why reading matters [infographic]    ---    Reading is the road to success. But reading in digital age, with so many distractions around, is harder than ever.  That’s why it is extremely important to “instill in our children a desire to read” and to give them the understanding of the impact it can have on the rest of their lives.

Reading is the road to success (infographic)

Why Reading Matters infographic. This could be a good handout or discussion piece for a parental involvement activity aimed at emphasizing the importance of reading.

An interesting #infographic on why #reading #books is good for your health

Reading makes us better (infographic)

Reading makes us better. The benefits in a poster! / of readers volunteer for non-profit organizations. Only of non readers are willing to do that.

Why Read 20 Minutes A day? This should go home to every parent at the beginning of the year, but I'd highlight the test score part more!

The High-Tech Teacher: Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Why Read 20 Minutes?

The Importance of Reading Aloud.  Why Read Aloud?

Read Aloud infographic - Importance of Reading Aloud - Share with parents

Reasons why Read Aloud 15 MINUTES Every child. Every parent. Every day. It is so important.

Reasons why Read Aloud 15 MINUTES Every child. Every parent. Every day. How can you not find 15 minutes for this?

Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this! {When do you read at least 20 minutes with your child?}

Great for meet the teacher night! Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

why can't I skip reading

Reading: Why Are Those 20 Minutes a Day So Important?

Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!

Why? A read aloud to help promote questioning and wondering.

This is a wonderful book to promote questioning and wondering in young children. This could be a great read aloud for all grade levels to help foster natural inquiry in the science classroom.

Use Sequencing to Improve Writing and reading comprehension! (FREEBIE INSIDE)

Use Sequencing to Improve Writing and Comprehension! (FREEBIE INSIDE)

Sequencing stories or reading passages can help students improve reading comprehension and also teaches students about the organization trait for writing.

Why reading makes you a better person (as if you needed another excuse ;) ) - Kate Tilton

Why Reading Makes You a Better Person

When was the first turkey pardoned? Who pardoned the turkey? Why? Read this charming tale of a determined Tad and the nonfiction passages to find the answers to these questions and more!

Fiction & Non-Fiction passages with printables about the 1st Turkey Pardon

When was the first turkey pardoned? Who pardoned the turkey? Read this charming tale of a determined Tad and the nonfiction passages to find the answers to these questions and more!

Why read fairytales? Reasons for studying the fairytale genre in the elementary classroom

Why teach fairy tales

Read fairytales to spark imagination, for cultural literacy, to teach story structures, build a love of reading, teach themes/character traits

Literary Hoots Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader

Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader

Middle-grade book recommendation flowchart-- What books to give a middle-grader who is also a . (from Literaryhoots)

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