eSSORTMENT Resources- The Family and Parenting website had many creative ideas and fun activities. The Reading section has suggested book lists, practical suggestions for reading aloud to children, and ideas improving reading skills.
Helping Your Child With Reading- Many parent tips for helping your child become a better reader.
KidsClick!- If your child needs to find information for a school report this is a great place to start your Internet search. This site, created by librarians, contains a listing of links to web sites for literature, science, social studies, math, health, sports, the arts, and other references.
Reading Is Fundamental- The Reading is Fundamental site has resources to help parents become more involved in their child's education. Information is grouped by age levels.
Just Read- Just Read has articles and other publications, fun web sites for kids, and recommended reading list by grade.
Thames Valley Parent Tips- This site includes tips for reading with children, questions to ask and other helpful hints to help motivate children to love reading.
Family Education- The Family Education Network web site has parenting tips, homework helpers, and activities listed by grade levels.
The Parent Institute Free Resources- This site has a section of free resources advocating parental involvement in education.
Sites For Parents- A quality resource for the best sites on the Internet.
Encouraging The Young Reader- The Read*Write*Now! site has fun activities for parents and kids to do together, which encourage an enjoyment of reading and writing.
St. Petersburg Times Online article- What Parents Can Do to Foster Reading: This article offers practical suggestions for parents.
Communication Skills Letter- You Wanted to Help: The Nine Commandments of Literacy Links to over 80 websites.