Parents and families play the most powerful and influential role in children’s lives. As children’s first teachers, brain builders, tech navigators, advocates, and coaches, parents and families set the stage for success in the early years and early grades. The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading recognizes that parents and families are the secret sauce!
Helping busy parents and caregivers turn everyday learning moments into brain building opportunities
Mind in the Making
Seven essential life skills that every child needs to thrive in the future and how to foster them
Reach Out and Read®
Incorporates books and reading into doctor visits, encouraging families to read aloud together
The Power of Presence: Virtual Book Circles
This book will uplift and inspire all ages by telling stories of hope and explaining how you can be a voice in a child’s ear, even when you are not with the
THIS BOOK IS COOL!
Inspire your kiddo to become a confident reader!
- Parents’ nurturing interactions foster their young children’s healthy brain development and social skills.
- Parents’ regular and consistent activities with their young children positively affect pre-literacy, literacy, and social-emotional skills.
- Parents’ involvement in their children’s early childhood education and kindergarten transition helps foster positive outcomes.
For more information on the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading’s efforts to support parent and family engagement nationwide, please visit GradeLevelReading.net.