Reading Roundup 4
We are the Spud Time Literacy Teachers: Meet Stephanie McNab, Katy Miller and Tori Ridlon. We will be working with students in Kindergarten through Grade 4. Ms. Miller will also work with math groups
Inspire your young reader and writer to practice every day! The tips below offer some fun ways you can help your child become a happy and confident reader and writer. Try a new tip each week. See what works best for your child.
Good Books Make Reading Fun!
An essential step in learning to read is good books read aloud. Parents who read aloud to their children are teaching literacy concepts simply by sharing books. Encourage your children to listen, ponder, make comments, and ask questions.
Be flexible enough to quickly abandon a book that does not appeal after a reasonable try at reading it. No one is meant to enjoy every book. And no one, especially a child, should be forced to read or listen to books that bore.
Even after children have outgrown picture books they still enjoy hearing a story read aloud. Hearing a good story read well, especially if it is just a little beyond a child's own capabilities, is an excellent way to encourage independent reading. Not all books are best read aloud; some are better enjoyed silently.Cited from Reading Rockets
Cited from Reading Rockets