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These reading worksheets and printables are a great (and fun!) way for kids to practice reading skills, including letter and word recognition and reading comprehension. Find more ideas on how to build reading skills at home.

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All About Books | 13 Documents

Color Words | 8 Documents

Letter Recognition | 25 Documents

Reading Comprehension | 11 Documents

Word Recognition | 50 Documents

Other Reading | 34 Documents

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Reluctant readers and eager bookworms alike will enjoy meeting reading milestones with a fun incentive chart. As daily or weekly goals are met (for example, reading for 10 minutes a night or finishing three chapters by Friday), parents or children can place a sticker on each square to mark progress.
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Children can keep track of their growing libraries by identifying their books with a personalized nameplate. Two bookplates (one each of two designs) print on a letter-size page. It can be printed on a full-sheet label or on any paper of your choice. After printing, cut out the individual bookplates, write in your child’s name, and press or paste inside the book.
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Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their homework?

Yes - 31.6%
Sometimes - 25.4%
No - 37.4%

Total votes: 4919
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016