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Resource Roundup: Reading Tips for Parents

In partnership with WETA, we're excited to bring tips to understand early literacy needs, teach phonics, navigate IEPs, establish reading routines – and most of all, share a love of stories with your children.
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At home and in the community, NEA educators and caregivers help children discover the joy of reading.
Published: November 16, 2020

We know that so much is being asked of parents and caregivers right now, as work, school, and community life are disrupted by the pandemic.

NEA is committed to supporting its entire community through this difficult time. We've partnered with WETA to bring you ideas and guidance for supporting your children's literacy skills. Together, we can ensure our young students keep reading, learning, and growing.

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