3rd Grade Reading Success Matters
Click Here, The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, or Click Here for the Technology for Successful Parenting page

Center for Early Literacy Learning
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A Governor’s Guide to Early Literacy: Getting all Students Reading by Third Grade
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Campaign for Grade-Level Reading: 3rd Grade Reading Success Matters, The
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Comprehension Strategy Instruction During Parent–Child Shared Reading: An Intervention Study
Results revealed significant changes in interaction patterns between parents and children in the experimental group reflecting the strategies, as well as significant effects on children’s comprehension. Findings indicate that children are capable of strategically comprehending text well before they are reading connected text independently and that a low-intensity intervention with parents can facilitate the process.
Click Here, Literacy Research and Instruction, 52: 106–129, 2013

Early Literacy Guidance Prekindergarten – Grade 3
Click Here The University of the State of New York, The State Education Department

Helping Families Connect Early Literacy with Social-Emotional Development
Click Here Young Children, 2012

Pioneering Literacy in the Digital Wild West: Empowering Parents and Educators
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PreK-3rd: Getting Literacy Instruction Right
Click Here, by Nonie K. Lesaux

PreK-Grade 3 Reading Assessment
from the Minnesota Department of Education Click Here

PreK-Grade 3 Reading and Literacy Practices That Matter
Research Review by Molly Ryan, October 2011 Click Here

Reading Success by Fourth Grade, Springfield, Massachusetts
Click Here by Sally Fuller and Kathleen Traphagen, National Civic Review, Summer 2013

Using a Birth to Third Grade Framework to Promote Grade-Level Reading: Promising Practices in Improving Academic Achievement among California’s English Language Learners
Click Here, First Focus, August, 2012