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Science and Reading: A One-Two Punch for Success

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Subject English Language Arts — Reading Skills, Science
Grade Level PreK, Kindergarten, Grades 1-12
Resource Type Article
Attributes Available in Spanish, Good for Parents, Students with Disabilities
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A new study from the University of Pennsylvania studied more than 1,500 kindergartners who participated in the ARC Core curriculum, which combines literacy and science instruction. The study found that students who participated in ARC performed better academically than those in the standard curriculum. The scientists suggest that parents read to their kids 30 minutes a day and make it fun by including books about animals, bugs, and other science topics. 

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