Promote reading success through family involvement. Forty reproducible letters inform parents about what they can do at home to help students become better readers. Sent home weekly, the letters (supplied in both English and Spanish versions) make suggestions ranging from reading aloud with a child to tips on building vocabulary and comprehension. Compatible with any reading program, the letters encourage easy-to-implement home activities. Grades 1-6. Illustrated. Good Year Books. 128 pages.Also, similar textures or materials used to create a design can be unifying. For instance, in a fabric collage, ... Mount and exhibit the design. FINAL PROJECT SUGGESTIONS: Latch-Hook Rugs: Latch-hooking consists of knotting pieces of yarnanbsp;...
|Title||:||Letters to Parents in Reading|
|Author||:||Anthony Fredericks, Elaine LeBlanc|
|Publisher||:||Good Year Books - 1998-01-01|