Kids Who Read Succeed

It is a known fact that reading is one of the most fun and effective ways to help improve children’s English language skills.

It can help to expand children’s vocabulary and expose them to different sentence structures, all while they enjoy some wonderful stories. Students who read books regularly, beginning at a young age, gradually develop large vocabularies. And vocabulary size can influence many areas of their life, from scores on standardized tests to college admissions and job opportunities.

This programmes is based on Reading A to Z’s high-interest leveled readers. Reading A-Z has won a number of educational awards for its innovation in reading instruction. Among the awards are a Parents’ Choice Recommended Award, a Global Learning Initiative Award, and a Teachers’ Choice Award.

With more than 2,000 books at 29 levels of reading difficulty to choose from, we can easily put developmentally appropriate content into each student’s hands. Each book is accompanied by worksheets to enhance students’ learning progress.

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