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Your child and you
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By reinforcing the skills your child's teacher emphasizes, you will be supplementing what he has learned about reading throughout the school day.
Additional ways to encourage your school-age child to read are listed below. Continue being a good role model. Let your child see you read. On a bad day, you may see yourself as an ugly fat slob, but your child sees you as the most beautiful, amazing human who has ever lived — and they want to grow up to be just like you.
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Rogers, K. Selecting Books for Your Child: Finding 'Just Right' Books. Retrieved November 7,from You are welcome to print copies for non-commercial use, or a limited number for educational purposes, as long as credit is given to Reading Rockets and the author (s).
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Connecting with you helps a child's brain develop, Thompson says, because neurons get Author: Annie Stuart. In only twenty-to-thirty minutes a day, you can have your preschoolers and non-reading elementary-aged children at a second-grade reading level within days.
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R eading to your child can be one of the most rewarding activities both personally and intellectually that you share It's hard to know how to react when your child is a reluctant reader.
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See all. Sometimes a book will remind you of an experience or anecdote. Be sure to share it. Just as you're the best reader that child knows, you're also the best storyteller and everybody likes a good story, especially if it's true, or almost true.
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For example, let your child choose and read one book with you at bedtime. Tell your child you love her every day. And tell her how important she is to you and how she makes you feel. Reinforce positive behavior. For example, if your child completes his chores without your asking, acknowledge it with words of appreciation—even if you don’t.
Mostly, as a parent, you should be glad and proud if your child is a reader. In fact, many of the books which are on the most-challenged.
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