By learning phonics, your child can begin recognizing spelling patterns in the sounds of words. This will help them become a more accurate speller.
As a parent, you want your child to learn empathy. Books can be an excellent tool to develop the skill and practice of empathetic living!
When it's time to say goodbye to elementary school, how do you know your child is ready for the next step? After 5th grade, reading comprehension and language arts skills are at a much higher level. If your child hasn't mastered these fifth grade English language arts common core standards, they will be suffering next year.
Do you know if your child is on track for third grade? As the year comes to a close you are probably wondering if they are ready for next year. In English Language Arts, there are specific Common Core standards your child needs to meet in third grade. Find out the ELA standards for your child and how you can help them succeed next year.
Are you wondering about your child's reading and writing? Even if they are on track, what exactly should your child be able to do by the end of 4th grade? Fully understanding the fourth grade New Jersey Common Core standard for English language arts is very important. Reading Genie will help your child advance in ELA so they are well prepared for next year.
Did your child learn all their English Language Arts skills for second grade? In third grade, these Common Core skills will be getting more complex. If you are not sure what skills your child was supposed to learn this year, click here to find out what are the New Jersey second grade English Language Arts Common Core standards.
Did your child learn all their language arts skills this year? The school year is coming to a close. Maybe your child has mastered everything in math but still does not understand syllables or verbs. In first grade these concepts are introduced and built upon in second grade. Learn more about the first grade English Language Arts Common Core standards. Is your child ready for next year?