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Literacy Tips
Help With Study Strategies

Do your best to figure out how your child learns. Have they always been very visual, relying since early childhood on images to help retain concepts? Or do they seem to do a better job processing information they have heard? As their schoolwork becomes more difficult, helping them figure out the study techniques that work best for them will be key to their future academic success. These could include preparing flashcards or reading texts aloud to themselves. Click on the links below for suggested tips. All text are shared in English and Spanish!

Helpful Tips and Guides to Support Learning In Language Arts and Mathematics

Supporting your children’s education is an important task for any parent, but it can be difficult to find resources that align with and extend the lessons they’re learning in school. At Share My Lesson, they have hand-picked samples of their most popular lesson plans, handouts and classroom resources that will help you support and engage your K-12 children’s learning success at home.

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Middle School Study Tips!!
Contact Info
Mrs. Donna Bochat
Literacy Coach
Reading Specialist
630-293-6060-ext. 2000 
Practice Makes Perfect
LANGUAGE ARTS
 
CHALLENGING VOCABULARY GAME PRACTICE
 
 
WRITING  GAME PRACTICE
 
 
 
 
CRITICAL THINKING GAME PRACTICE
 
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