How to Teach a Child to Read - Children Learning Reading Part 1

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This is How to Teach a Child to Read - Children Learning Reading Part 1Reading is one of the most important skills one must master to succeed in life. It helps your child succeed in school, helps them build self-confidence, and helps to motivate your child. Being able to read will help your child learn more about the world, understand directions on signs and posters, allow them to discover reading as an entertainment, and help them gather information.Learning to read is very different from learning to speak, and it does not happen all at once. There is a steady progression in the development of reading ability over time. The best time for children to start learning to read is at a very young age - even before they enter pre-school. Once a child is able to speak, they can begin developing basic reading skills. Very young children have a natural curiosity to learn about everything. They are naturally intrigued by the printed texts they see, and are eager to learn about the sounds made by those letters. You will likely notice that your young child likes to look at books and thoroughly enjoys being read to. They will even pretend to behave like a reader by holding books and pretend to read them.At what age can you start teaching a child to read? When they're babies? At 2 years old, 3, 4, or 5 years old, or wait until they're in school?If you delay your child's reading skill development until he or she enters school, you are putting your child at risk... Did you know that 67% of all Grade 4 students cannot read at a proficient level! According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, of those 67%, 33% read at just the BASIC level, and 34% CANNOT even achieve reading abilities of the lowest basic level!There is a super simple and extremely effective system that will even teach 2 and 3 year old children to read.Read This Report and Visit The Provided Website and Sources For More Tips.

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<ul><li><p> PART 1 </p><p>Visit www.HowToTeachAChildToRead.net today for more tips! </p><p>Discover the secrets to teach a 2.5 year old toddler to read here: </p><p>http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 2 </p><p>Disclaimer: </p><p>The Publisher has strived to be as accurate and complete as possible in the </p><p>creation of this report, notwithstanding the fact that he does not warrant or </p><p>represent at any time that the contents within are accurate due to the rapidly </p><p>changing nature of the Internet. </p><p>While all attempts have been made to verify information provided in this </p><p>publication, the Publisher assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, or </p><p>contrary interpretation of the subject matter herein. Any perceived slights of </p><p>specific persons, peoples, or organizations are unintentional. </p><p>In practical advice books, like anything else in life, there are no guarantees of </p><p>income made. Readers are cautioned to reply on their own judgment about </p><p>their individual circumstances to act accordingly. </p><p>This book is not intended for use as a source of legal, business, accounting or </p><p>financial advice. All readers are advised to seek services of competent </p><p>professionals in legal, business, accounting and finance fields. </p><p>You are encouraged to print this book for easy reading. </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 3 </p><p>Contents </p><p>3 Tips to Teach Your child How to Read ............................................................. 4 </p><p>Best Way to Teach Kids to Read ......................................................................... 9 </p><p>How to Help Your Child Learn to Read ............................................................. 14 </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 4 </p><p>3 Tips to Teach Your child How to Read </p><p>Learning to read at a young age is important for the </p><p>development of the child. It helps them develop a </p><p>better understand of their surroundings, allows them </p><p>to gather information from printed materials, and </p><p>provides them with a wonderful source of </p><p>entertainment when they read stories and rhymes. </p><p>Children develop at different rates, and some children </p><p>will develop reading skills quicker than other children; </p><p>however, what's important is that as the parent, you </p><p>are keenly aware of your child's maturity and reading </p><p>level to provide them with appropriate books and </p><p>activities to help them improve. </p><p>As parents, you are the most important teacher for </p><p>your children. You will introduce your child to books </p><p>and reading. Below we have some tips to help you </p><p>teach your child to read. </p><p>Teach Your Child How to Read Tip #1 </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 5 </p><p>Teach your child alphabet letters and sounds at the </p><p>same time. Studies have shown that children learn best </p><p>when they are taught the letter names and letter </p><p>sounds at the same time. In one study, 58 preschool </p><p>children were randomly assigned to receive </p><p>instructions in letter names and sounds, letter sound </p><p>only, or numbers (control group). The results of this </p><p>study are consistent with past research results in that it </p><p>found children receiving letter name and sound </p><p>instruction were most likely to learn the sounds of </p><p>letters whose names included cues to their sounds. </p><p>When teaching your child the letter sounds, have them </p><p>slowly trace the letter, while saying the sound of the </p><p>letter at the same time. For example, if you were </p><p>teaching your child the letter "A", you would say: </p><p>"The letter A makes the /A/ (ah) sound." </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 6 </p><p>Then have your child say the /A/ sound while tracing </p><p>the letter with his or her index finger. </p><p>Teaching a Child How to Read Tip #2 </p><p>When teaching your child to read, always emphasize </p><p>with them that the proper reading order should be </p><p>from left to right, and top to bottom. To adults, this </p><p>may seem so basic that anyone should know it. </p><p>However, our children are not born with the </p><p>knowledge that printed text should be read from left to </p><p>right and top to bottom, and this is why you'll </p><p>sometimes see children reading from right to left </p><p>instead - because they were never explicitly taught to </p><p>read from left to right. When teaching your child how </p><p>to read, always emphasize this point with them. </p><p>Teach Your Child How to Read Tip #3 </p><p>Teach final consonant blends first. Teaching words </p><p>such "at" and "and" can lead your child directly to </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 7 </p><p>learning words that rhyme with these. For example, for </p><p>"at", you can have: </p><p>Lat </p><p>Pat </p><p>Mat </p><p>Cat </p><p>Sat </p><p>Bat </p><p>Spat </p><p>Chat </p><p>For "and", you can have these rhyming words: </p><p>Sand </p><p>Band </p><p>Land </p><p>Hand </p><p>Stand </p><p>Bland </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 8 </p><p>Brand </p><p>Grand </p><p>and so on... </p><p>You can start teaching blends once your child has </p><p>learned the sounds of some consonants and short </p><p>vowel sounds. You don't need to wait until your child </p><p>has mastered the sounds of all the letters before </p><p>teaching blends. </p><p>Learning to read is a long process, but it doesn't have </p><p>to be a difficult process. Broken down into intuitive and </p><p>logical steps, a child as young as two years old can </p><p>learn to read, and older children can accomplish even </p><p>more. </p><p>&gt;&gt; Click here to for a simple, step-by-step program </p><p>that can help your child learn to read, and watch a </p><p>video of a 2 year old child reading </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 9 </p><p>Best Way to Teach Kids to Read </p><p>What's the best way to teach children to read? </p><p>According to the National Reading Panel, "teaching </p><p>children to manipulate phonemes in words was highly </p><p>effective under a variety of teaching conditions with a </p><p>variety of learners across a range of grade and age </p><p>levels and that teaching phonemic awareness to </p><p>children significantly improves their reading more than </p><p>instruction that lacks any attention to Phonemic </p><p>Awareness." This is a statement made by the National </p><p>Reading Panel (NRP) in their report titled "TEACHING </p><p>CHILDREN TO READ: An Evidence-Based Assessment of </p><p>the Scientific Research Literature on Reading and Its </p><p>Implications for Reading Instruction." </p><p>Phonemic Awareness instruction was selected for </p><p>review by the NRP in their report because studies have </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 10 </p><p>identified phonemic awareness and letter knowledge </p><p>as two of the best predictors of how well children will </p><p>learn to read in their first 2 years of entering school. </p><p>There is strong Scientific evidence to suggest that </p><p>phonemic awareness instructions are an important </p><p>part in helping children develop reading skills. </p><p>One study discussed the presence of phonemic </p><p>awareness in Austrian children aged 6 to 7 that were </p><p>unable to read when first entering school. This study </p><p>found that many children had not one correct response </p><p>in their test of a simple vowel substitution task. </p><p>However, a few children who exhibited high phonemic </p><p>awareness scored close to perfect on this same task. </p><p>The study further stated that "there was a specific </p><p>predictive relationship between initial phonemic </p><p>awareness differences and success in learning to read </p><p>and to spell." Even more importantly, the study </p><p>indicated that it was phonemic awareness abilities, and </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 11 </p><p>not IQ, that predicted the accuracy of reading and </p><p>spelling at the end of grade one. Children with high </p><p>phonemic awareness at the beginning of grade one </p><p>had high reading and spelling achievements at the end </p><p>of grade one, compared to some children with low </p><p>phonemic awareness who had difficulties learning to </p><p>read and spell. </p><p>In the National Reading Panel report, they also </p><p>determined that the beneficial effects of phonemic </p><p>awareness on reading lasts well beyond the period of </p><p>training. While phonemic awareness instructions are </p><p>proven to significantly help children learn reading, it is </p><p>not a complete reading program. What it does, is </p><p>provide children with a foundational knowledge base </p><p>of the alphabet language. The NRP analysis also </p><p>showed that phonics instructions produces significant </p><p>benefits for students from kindergarten through grade </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 12 </p><p>6, and is also helpful for children with learning to read </p><p>difficulties. </p><p>Children who are taught with phonics and phonemic </p><p>awareness instructions are consistently able to decode, </p><p>read, and spell, and even demonstrated significant </p><p>improvement in their ability to comprehend text. Even </p><p>older children who receive these similar teachings </p><p>improved their ability to decode and spell. The NRP </p><p>made a key statement saying that "conventional </p><p>wisdom has suggested that kindergarten students </p><p>might not be ready for phonics instruction, this </p><p>assumption was not supported by the data. The effects </p><p>of systematic early phonics instruction were significant </p><p>and substantial in kindergarten and the 1st grade, </p><p>indicating that systematic phonics programs should be </p><p>implemented at those age and grade levels." </p><p>However, I would like to further expand on that by </p><p>saying that children as young as two years old can learn </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 13 </p><p>to read through phonics and phonemic awareness </p><p>instructions. If a young child can speak, then they </p><p>should be able to learn to read, even if they are as </p><p>young as two years old. In fact, I have proven this with </p><p>my own children. We started teaching our daughter at </p><p>2 years and 8 months, and she was very capable at </p><p>reading by the time she was just 2 years and 11 </p><p>months old. </p><p>&gt;&gt; Click here to learn more about the simple, step-by-</p><p>step phonics and phonemic awareness program we </p><p>used to teach her to read. </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 14 </p><p>How to Help Your Child Learn to Read </p><p>The ability to read is vital for success. It helps your child </p><p>succeed in school, helps them build self-confidence, </p><p>and helps to motivate your child. Being able to read </p><p>will help your child learn more about the world, </p><p>understand directions on signs and posters, allow them </p><p>to find reading as an entertainment, and help them </p><p>gather information. </p><p>Learning to read is very different from learning to </p><p>speak, and it does not happen all at once. There is a </p><p>steady progression in the development of reading </p><p>ability over time. The best time for children to start </p><p>learning to read is at a very young age - even before </p><p>they enter pre-school. Once a child is able to speak, </p><p>they can begin developing basic reading skills. Very </p><p>young children have a natural curiosity to learn about </p><p>everything, and they are naturally intrigued by the </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 15 </p><p>printed texts they see, and are eager to learn about the </p><p>sounds made by those letters. You will likely notice </p><p>that your young child likes to look at books and </p><p>thoroughly enjoys being read to. They will even </p><p>pretend to behave like a reader by holding books and </p><p>pretend to read them. </p><p>As parents, you're the most important first step in your </p><p>children's journey into the wonderful world of reading. </p><p>It is up to you to create the most supportive </p><p>environment that turns your child on to reading - such </p><p>as reading aloud to them often during the day and </p><p>before bedtime, and placing age appropriate books for </p><p>children around the house, so that the child will have </p><p>access to plenty of books. Reading often to your child </p><p>will help develop their interest in books and stories, </p><p>and soon they will want to read stories on their own. </p><p>With the help of parents, children can learn how to </p><p>read. Make reading into a family activity, and spend </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 16 </p><p>time playing words games and reading story books. </p><p>This will not only help your child learn to read, but it'll </p><p>also help them build a rich vocabulary, teach them </p><p>language patterns, and help them fall in love with </p><p>books and reading. </p><p>Below are some tips to help you teach your child to </p><p>read. </p><p>Talk to your child - before a child can learn to read, he </p><p>or she must first learn to speak. Talk to your child </p><p>about everything and anything - whatever interests </p><p>them. Tell them stories, ask your child lots of </p><p>questions, play rhyme games, and sing songs with </p><p>them. </p><p>Read to your child consistently everyday - we're all </p><p>creatures of habit, and enjoy having a daily routine. Set </p><p>time aside each day to read to your child. Read to your </p><p>child every night. Make this their "cool down" period </p></li><li><p> Discover the simple tricks to teach your child to read here: http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/childrenlearningreading </p><p>Visit http://www.howtoteachachildtoread.net/ for more tips! Page 17 </p><p>before they go to sleep. This not only helps your child </p><p>develop an interest in books and reading, it also help </p><p>the parent bond with the child, and develop a healthy </p><p>relationship. </p><p>Help your child develop reading comprehension - </p><p>typically...</p></li></ul>