8 Tips to Teach your Child to Read

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Starting early allows students to gain reading skills that will last through their entire lives. Early readers have an educational advantage over those who learn to read later in life.

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  • 8 Tips to Teach your Child to Read

    1. 1. Kids that learn to read early have a betterchance of being successful later in life.
    2. 2. Playing with language makes learning meaningful is an important part of areading program. Even kids that are not ready to read can begin playingwith letters and sounds.
    3. 3. Sometimes goingback to basics is thebest way to gain afoundation oflearning. Sing andplay to make learningthe alphabet fun!Reading software isanother good way toengage a child withlanguage.
    4. 4. Can your child writehis or her ownname? Trackhandwriting throughthe years as theircoordination andwriting skills grow.
    5. 5. Being able to say the words on a page won’t help yourchild unless he can also understand what he is reading.Spend time reading together to make sure that the contentis understood.
    6. 6. Don’t forget to facilitate meaning by askingquestions and discussing content with your child.
    7. 7. Interesting books will make reading more fun! Take yourkids to the library and let them select their own readingmaterial.
    8. 8. Don’t forget to check out a book or two for yourself!

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