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What is a Conjunction? And Other Language Arts Skills Your Child Needs

Does your child know what a conjunction is? What about subject-verb agreement? There are many important parts of language arts and reading comprehension that isn't being taught in school. Find out how you can help your child succeed with Reading Genie

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Dumbing Down Reading Is Hurting Your Child's Brain

What is your child's reading level? Parents are often concerned if their child is reading below level. A big part of that is this dumbing down process where parent and teachers give students easier books to read and not challenging enough for them to learn. Make sure your student's reading comprehension is where it should be with Reading Genie.

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How Do I Improve My Child's Reading Comprehension?

Is your child making the most of summer? Summer is for fun and relaxation, summer camps and pool days. But summer is also for summer reading. This is the best time to improve your child's reading comprehension and make sure they don't fall down the summer slide. Reading Genie has plenty of tips to help you this summer.

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Has Your Child Met the 5th Grade English Language Arts Common Core Standards?

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.

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How to Get My Child to Focus on Their Reading

Are you trying to get your child to read more? Is it a struggle to get them interested in longer texts or stay focused on what they're reading? Children build reading comprehension over time but it can get difficult. Here is our Reading Genie guide to increase reading concentration in every child.

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Why Should You Teach Your Child Phonics

Teaching phonics to your child is very difficult but it's essential for reading comprehension. Most elementary schools gloss over phonics so it's up to parents to fill in the gaps. Often children only read by memorization and they don't understand the phonetics. Reading Genie is here to help.

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Why Teaching Phonics is So Hard

Phonics affects your child's reading comprehension writing skills. Without phonics, your child can become illiterate. But teaching phonics to your child is incredibly hard. Nevermind all of the countless rules English phonics follows but they have countless exceptions. Reading Genie is here to help.

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Why Your Child Needs to Practice Their Sight Words Every Day

A big part of reading comprehension and building creative writing skills is knowing sight words. Sight words are common words that don't necessarily follow phonetic rules. As such, your child must know these words, and their meanings, simply from sight. Help your child stay ahead at Reading Genie.

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The Importance of Spelling in the Digital World

Many of today's kids, and some adults, undervalue the importance of spelling. However spelling skills are still vital inside and outside of school. Not knowing how to spell can greatly impact your child's reading comprehension and writing abilities. Make sure your child builds strong spelling skills

Phonics plays a huge role and your child's ability to read and write at grade level

How Phonics Impacts Your Child's Reading and Writing Skills

When kids are just learning their letters, phonics is very important. But phonics is more than you might think. It's also varying sounds for the same letter, consonant controlled vowels, and more. If your child doesn't master phonics, their reading comprehension and writing skills will be lacking.

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