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Ecrr parent workshop slideshare

  1. 1. Help Your ChildGet Ready to Read!
  2. 2. Reading is essential to school success. Start now to help your child get ready to read.Learning to read begins before children start school.
  3. 3. Children who start kindergarten with good pre-reading skills have an advantage. They are ready to learn to read. Why is it important forchildren to get ready to read before they start school?
  4. 4. You are your child’s first teacher. You know your child best. Children learn best by doing, and they love doing things with you. Why are parents soimportant in helping their children get ready to read?
  5. 5. To become successful readers, I FY children need to: • Learn a code • Understand its meaningWhat do children need to learn to become good readers?
  6. 6. Reading is learning the code.Y I FAa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz< / * # > + ** [ = ) ] ~ : ]] { ++ } // ^ ! [[ (( >> | [ *<: }><#.
  7. 7. Reading is understanding the meaning. Reading is more than decoding words. Good readers understand themeaning of what they read. Leah is hipple when she roffs with her mom.
  8. 8. What is decoding? • Noticing print • Knowing letter names and sounds • Hearing the sounds that make up wordsWhat do children need to know before they can learn to read?
  9. 9. What is comprehension? • Knowing what words mean (vocabulary) • Understanding the meaning of printed languageWhat do children need to know before they can learn to read?
  10. 10. Five simple practices help children get ready to read.Help your child be ready toread with simple activities every day.
  11. 11. Five simple practices help children get ready to read.Help your child be ready toread with simple activities every day.
  12. 12. The five practices provide fun learning experiences for children of different ages and interests.Every child is unique.
  13. 13. Use the language youknow best to help yourchild get ready to read.
  14. 14. Talking: Children learn about language by listening to parents talk and joining the conversation.Talking helps your child get ready to read.
  15. 15. Talking: Books are wonderful conversation starters.Talking helps your child get ready to read.
  16. 16. Talking: Here’s a way to talk to children to increase vocabulary and comprehension.Talking helps your child get ready to read.
  17. 17. Talking: When you talk with your child: • Use new words. • Take turns. • Make connections.Talking helps your child get ready to read.
  18. 18. Singing: Songs are a natural way to learn about language.Singing helps your child get ready to read.
  19. 19. Singing: Twinkle, twinkle little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high,Singing helps your child Like a diamond in the sky. get ready to read. Twinkle, twinkle little star, How I wonder what you are.
  20. 20. Reading: Reading together with your children is the single most important way to help them get ready to read.Shared reading is the bestway to help your child get ready to read.
  21. 21. Reading: FYI Shared reading develops vocabulary and comprehension.Shared reading is the bestway to help your child get ready to read.
  22. 22. Reading: Reading helps children learn less common words. Talk about the meaning of words as you read.Shared reading is the bestway to help your child get ready to read.
  23. 23. Reading: FYI How you share books with your child is important.Shared reading is the bestway to help your child get ready to read.
  24. 24. Writing: Reading and writing go together.Writing helps your child get ready to read.
  25. 25. Writing: Making Marks Drawing and WritingWriting helps your child Name Writing Word Writing get ready to read.
  26. 26. Playing: Children learn about language through different kinds of play.Playing helps your child get ready to read.
  27. 27. Playing: FYI Pretend and dramatic play develop language skills.Playing helps your child get ready to read.
  28. 28. Make your home a learning zone! Your home can be alearning center to help your child get ready to read.
  29. 29. • Visit the library for books, music, games, or programs• Search the catalog or use TumbleBooks on our website• Call Youth Services with any questions!

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