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    Raising Readers Adult Version Night 2 Raising Readers Adult Version Night 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Monica Pangaio
    • 3-part workshop series designed to improve • literacy skills of children 4-8 Free materials and a chance to win prizes • Eligible for free membership to Telebear’s Cub • Club Hands on crafts • Exciting hands on presentation from a local • community partner Refreshments •
    •  To provide parents with practical ideas that they can implement at home.  To provide activities that parents can do with their children.  To view a community partner presentation.
    • Read the following selection. Aoccdrnig to rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is that the frist and lsat ltteer be at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a total mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit a porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae the human mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Pterty amzanig, huh?
    • Makes sounds and  tones.  Plays peek-a-boo.  Pretends to read.  Names some objects in a book.  Scribbles with a purpose. Birth to Age 3
    • Enjoys listening to  and talking about storybooks.  Attempts to read and write.  ID signs and labels.  Participates in rhyming games.  ID and uses known letters. Age 3 and 4
    • Sounds as if they are  reading when they pretend.  Enjoys being read to.  Retells simple stories.  Begins to write common words and short stories.  Understands reading left to right and top to bottom. Age 5
    • Reads and retells  familiar stories.  Uses reading comprehension skills.  ID an increasing number of words by sight.  Writes about meaningful topics.  Attempts to use punctuation and capitalization. Age 6
    • do we control it? How What do we do about the news? What can families do in place of media exposure? What are some activities that can incorporate reading more?
    • Set guidelines. 1. Select programs. 2. Be aware. 3. Be a good role model. 4. View questionable programs with child and 5. provide explanations. Record appropriate entertainment for later. 6. Encourage physical activity. 7. Talk with other parents. 8.
    •  Watch and discuss it together.  Evaluate TV News with Your Children.  Make it a learning experience.
    •  Reading 30  Provide writing minutes/day. materials and books.  Talking with infants before they  Ask your child to can read. describe events.  Set up a reading  Restrict the area at home. amount and kind of TV watched.  Read and write with children in  Keep track of their native school progress. language.
    •  Inyour binder, p.38 there is a list of things to do with your child(ren).  These activities: Strengthen reading and language skills.  Are fun for the whole family.  Stimulate creativity.   Yourchild should never again utter the words, “There’s nothing to do, I’m bored”. Happy Reading!
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