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How can parents learn about reading science?

Dec 16, 2022 9:54:36 AM
How can parents learn about reading science?

Hi Literacy Lovers,

In our recent podcast episode, we talk with Tre Hadrick: father, guidance counselor, reading science advocate, and book club leader. You might know him as Mr. Lit on Twitter or Instagram, where he advocates for literacy and justice for all with the very appropriate hashtag #belit! We’re so glad you’re here to learn with us. 


Watch This

Tre’s book club, Lit Champs (Dad’s Literacy Book Club), gained attention when he posted a video discussing the book, “If Only I Would Have Known…” What I wish the Pediatrician, the Preschool Teacher, and the Librarian would have told me about Language, Literacy, and Dyslexia. 


Read This

Faith Borkowsky’s book, If Only I Would Have Known…” What I wish the Pediatrician, the Preschool Teacher, and the Librarian would have told me about Language, Literacy, and Dyslexia is a quick, easy to understand reading resource for anyone. You read that right! ANYONE: New parents, school district board members, pediatricians, teachers, neighbors, friends, and more. 


Read This (with your students) 

Tre’s children’s book, Cheesesteaks and Clippers: The barbershop where you can learn about you, me and we!. This book captures the barbershop experience from the perspective of a young boy who learns life lessons like respect, service, and social integrity.


Consider This 

What impact does reading science have on kids? Consider this blog post by Dr. Stephen Dykstra: “Trauma and Reading.”

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