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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Read a tip sheet that describes effective practices for talking with your child.

Topic: Language Development

Institute of Education Sciences

Check out these evidence-based classroom practices that you might be able to adapt for home-use. (But please note that research has not investigated the efficacy of these practices in home contexts).

Topic: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency with Text

REL Mid-Atlantic

This information sheet provides families with three tips for supporting children's writing at home.

Topic: Writing, Remote Learning

U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

This tip sheet provides information for families, caregivers and early educators that support preschoolers' early language experiences through talking, reading and singing together every day.

Topic: Language Development

U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

This tip sheet provides information for families, caregivers and early educators that support preschoolers' early language experiences through talking, reading and singing together every day.

Topic: Language Development

Reading is Fundamental

This tip sheet by Reading is Fundamental provides tips for using journals, artwork, and other writing materials to encourage children's writing.

Topic: Writing

The PACER Center

This tip sheet shares research-based tips and ideas on how to encourage your child with significant disabilities to read and write.

Topic: Language Development, Writing

The PACER Center

This resource shares tips for families on supporting the development of writing for children with significant disabilities.

Topic: Writing

The PACER Center

Learn what shared reading looks like, and read about strategies to enhance your shared reading experience.

Topic: Comprehension, Language Development, Vocabulary

REL-Pacific

Use a toolkit that is designed to guide school staff in strengthening partnerships with families and community members to support student learning. Part 2 focuses on tapping into the strengths of families and community members and helping families to establish active roles within the school community in support of student learning.

Topic: Partnerships

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