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Teaching Your Child To Read - Teaching My Child To Read, How To Teach Phonics To Children. http://children-learning-reading.good-info.co The ability to read is vital for success. 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 find 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. Click the Link Below To Check It Out : http://children-learning-reading.good-info.co Subscribe To Our Channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhAGUaiy-e0 Teaching Your Child To Read - Teaching My Child To Read, How To Teach Phonics To Children Teaching Your Child To Read, online phonics sounds, oo words phonics, why is reading good for

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<ul><li><p>The Ability To Read The Ability To Read The Ability To Read The Ability To Read </p><p>Is Vital For Success. Is Vital For Success. Is Vital For Success. Is Vital For Success. </p><p>It Helps Your Child It Helps Your Child It Helps Your Child It Helps Your Child </p><p>Succeed In School, Succeed In School, Succeed In School, Succeed In School, </p><p>Helps Them Build Helps Them Build Helps Them Build Helps Them Build </p><p>SelfSelfSelfSelf----confidence, confidence, confidence, confidence, </p><p>And Helps To And Helps To And Helps To And Helps To </p><p>Motivate Your Child. Motivate Your Child. Motivate Your Child. Motivate Your Child. </p></li><li><p>Being Able To Read Will Being Able To Read Will Being Able To Read Will Being Able To Read Will </p><p>Help Your Child Learn Help Your Child Learn Help Your Child Learn Help Your Child Learn </p><p>More About The World, More About The World, More About The World, More About The World, </p><p>Understand Directions Understand Directions Understand Directions Understand Directions </p><p>On Signs And Posters, On Signs And Posters, On Signs And Posters, On Signs And Posters, </p><p>Allow Them To Find Allow Them To Find Allow Them To Find Allow Them To Find </p><p>Reading As An Reading As An Reading As An Reading As An </p><p>Entertainment, And Help Entertainment, And Help Entertainment, And Help Entertainment, And Help </p><p>Them Gather Information.Them Gather Information.Them Gather Information.Them Gather Information.</p></li><li><p>Learning To Read Is Very Different </p><p>From Learning To Speak, And It Does </p><p>Not Happen All At Once. There Is A </p><p>Steady Progression In The </p><p>Development Of Reading Ability Over </p><p>Time. </p></li><li><p>The Best Time For Children To The Best Time For Children To The Best Time For Children To The Best Time For Children To </p><p>Start Learning To Read Is At A Start Learning To Read Is At A Start Learning To Read Is At A Start Learning To Read Is At A </p><p>Very Young Age Very Young Age Very Young Age Very Young Age ---- Even Before Even Before Even Before Even Before </p><p>They Enter PreThey Enter PreThey Enter PreThey Enter Pre----school. Once school. Once school. Once school. Once </p><p>A Child Is Able To Speak, They A Child Is Able To Speak, They A Child Is Able To Speak, They A Child Is Able To Speak, They </p><p>Can Begin Developing Basic Can Begin Developing Basic Can Begin Developing Basic Can Begin Developing Basic </p><p>Reading Skills. Reading Skills. Reading Skills. Reading Skills. </p></li><li><p>Very Young Children Have A Very Young Children Have A Very Young Children Have A Very Young Children Have A </p><p>Natural Curiosity To Learn Natural Curiosity To Learn Natural Curiosity To Learn Natural Curiosity To Learn </p><p>About Everything, And They Are About Everything, And They Are About Everything, And They Are About Everything, And They Are </p><p>Naturally Intrigued By The Naturally Intrigued By The Naturally Intrigued By The Naturally Intrigued By The </p><p>Printed Texts They See, And Are Printed Texts They See, And Are Printed Texts They See, And Are Printed Texts They See, And Are </p><p>Eager To Learn About The Eager To Learn About The Eager To Learn About The Eager To Learn About The </p><p>Sounds Made By Those Letters. Sounds Made By Those Letters. Sounds Made By Those Letters. Sounds Made By Those Letters. </p></li><li><p>You Will Likely Notice You Will Likely Notice You Will Likely Notice You Will Likely Notice </p><p>That Your Young Child That Your Young Child That Your Young Child That Your Young Child </p><p>Likes To Look At Likes To Look At Likes To Look At Likes To Look At </p><p>Books And Thoroughly Books And Thoroughly Books And Thoroughly Books And Thoroughly </p><p>Enjoys Being Read To. Enjoys Being Read To. Enjoys Being Read To. Enjoys Being Read To. </p><p>They Will Even Pretend They Will Even Pretend They Will Even Pretend They Will Even Pretend </p><p>To Behave Like A To Behave Like A To Behave Like A To Behave Like A </p><p>Reader By Holding Reader By Holding Reader By Holding Reader By Holding </p><p>Books And Pretend To Books And Pretend To Books And Pretend To Books And Pretend To </p><p>Read Them.Read Them.Read Them.Read Them.</p></li><li><p>As Parents, You're As Parents, You're As Parents, You're As Parents, You're </p><p>The Most The Most The Most The Most </p><p>Important First Important First Important First Important First </p><p>Step In Your Step In Your Step In Your Step In Your </p><p>Children's Children's Children's Children's </p><p>Journey Into The Journey Into The Journey Into The Journey Into The </p><p>Wonderful World Wonderful World Wonderful World Wonderful World </p><p>Of Reading. Of Reading. Of Reading. Of Reading. </p></li><li><p>It Is Up To You To Create The Most It Is Up To You To Create The Most It Is Up To You To Create The Most It Is Up To You To Create The Most </p><p>Supportive Environment That Turns Your Supportive Environment That Turns Your Supportive Environment That Turns Your Supportive Environment That Turns Your </p><p>Child On To Reading Child On To Reading Child On To Reading Child On To Reading ---- Such As Reading Such As Reading Such As Reading Such As Reading </p><p>Aloud To Them Often During The Day And Aloud To Them Often During The Day And Aloud To Them Often During The Day And Aloud To Them Often During The Day And </p><p>Before Bedtime, And Placing Age Before Bedtime, And Placing Age Before Bedtime, And Placing Age Before Bedtime, And Placing Age </p><p>Appropriate Books For Children Around Appropriate Books For Children Around Appropriate Books For Children Around Appropriate Books For Children Around </p><p>The House, So That The Child Will Have The House, So That The Child Will Have The House, So That The Child Will Have The House, So That The Child Will Have </p><p>Access To Plenty Of Books. Access To Plenty Of Books. Access To Plenty Of Books. Access To Plenty Of Books. </p></li><li><p>Reading Often To Reading Often To Reading Often To Reading Often To </p><p>Your Child Will Help Your Child Will Help Your Child Will Help Your Child Will Help </p><p>Develop Their Develop Their Develop Their Develop Their </p><p>Interest In Books Interest In Books Interest In Books Interest In Books </p><p>And Stories, And And Stories, And And Stories, And And Stories, And </p><p>Soon They Will Want Soon They Will Want Soon They Will Want Soon They Will Want </p><p>To Read Stories On To Read Stories On To Read Stories On To Read Stories On </p><p>Their Own.Their Own.Their Own.Their Own.</p></li><li><p>With The Help Of With The Help Of With The Help Of With The Help Of </p><p>Parents, Children Can Parents, Children Can Parents, Children Can Parents, Children Can </p><p>Learn How To Read. Learn How To Read. Learn How To Read. Learn How To Read. </p><p>Make Reading Into A Make Reading Into A Make Reading Into A Make Reading Into A </p><p>Family Activity, And Family Activity, And Family Activity, And Family Activity, And </p><p>Spend Time Playing Spend Time Playing Spend Time Playing Spend Time Playing </p><p>Words Games And Words Games And Words Games And Words Games And </p><p>Reading Story Books. Reading Story Books. Reading Story Books. Reading Story Books. </p></li><li><p>This Will Not Only Help You Child This Will Not Only Help You Child This Will Not Only Help You Child This Will Not Only Help You Child </p><p>Learn To Read, But It'll Also Help Learn To Read, But It'll Also Help Learn To Read, But It'll Also Help Learn To Read, But It'll Also Help </p><p>Them Build A Rich Vocabulary, Teach Them Build A Rich Vocabulary, Teach Them Build A Rich Vocabulary, Teach Them Build A Rich Vocabulary, Teach </p><p>Them Language Patterns, And Help Them Language Patterns, And Help Them Language Patterns, And Help Them Language Patterns, And Help </p><p>Them Fall In Love With Books And Them Fall In Love With Books And Them Fall In Love With Books And Them Fall In Love With Books And </p><p>Reading.Reading.Reading.Reading.</p></li><li><p>Below Are Some Tips To Help Below Are Some Tips To Help Below Are Some Tips To Help Below Are Some Tips To Help </p><p>You Teach Your Child To You Teach Your Child To You Teach Your Child To You Teach Your Child To </p><p>Read.Read.Read.Read.</p></li><li><p>Talk To Your Child Talk To Your Child Talk To Your Child Talk To Your Child ---- Before A Before A Before A Before A </p><p>Child Can Learn To Read, He Or Child Can Learn To Read, He Or Child Can Learn To Read, He Or Child Can Learn To Read, He Or </p><p>She Must First Learn To Speak. She Must First Learn To Speak. She Must First Learn To Speak. She Must First Learn To Speak. </p><p>Talk To Your Child About Talk To Your Child About Talk To Your Child About Talk To Your Child About </p><p>Everything And Anything Everything And Anything Everything And Anything Everything And Anything ----</p><p>Whatever Interests Them. Whatever Interests Them. Whatever Interests Them. Whatever Interests Them. </p></li><li><p>Tell Them Tell Them Tell Them Tell Them </p><p>Stories, Ask Your Stories, Ask Your Stories, Ask Your Stories, Ask Your </p><p>Child Lots Of Child Lots Of Child Lots Of Child Lots Of </p><p>Questions, Play Questions, Play Questions, Play Questions, Play </p><p>Rhyme Games, Rhyme Games, Rhyme Games, Rhyme Games, </p><p>And Sing Songs And Sing Songs And Sing Songs And Sing Songs </p><p>With Them.With Them.With Them.With Them.</p></li><li><p>Read To Your Child Read To Your Child Read To Your Child Read To Your Child </p><p>Consistently Consistently Consistently Consistently </p><p>Everyday Everyday Everyday Everyday ---- We're All We're All We're All We're All </p><p>Creatures Of Habit, Creatures Of Habit, Creatures Of Habit, Creatures Of Habit, </p><p>And Enjoy Having A And Enjoy Having A And Enjoy Having A And Enjoy Having A </p><p>Daily Routine. Set Daily Routine. Set Daily Routine. Set Daily Routine. Set </p><p>Time Aside Each Day Time Aside Each Day Time Aside Each Day Time Aside Each Day </p><p>To Read To Your To Read To Your To Read To Your To Read To Your </p><p>Child. Child. Child. Child. </p></li><li><p>Read To Your Read To Your Read To Your Read To Your </p><p>Child Every Child Every Child Every Child Every </p><p>Night. Make This Night. Make This Night. Make This Night. Make This </p><p>Their "Cool Their "Cool Their "Cool Their "Cool </p><p>Down" Period Down" Period Down" Period Down" Period </p><p>Before They Go Before They Go Before They Go Before They Go </p><p>To Sleep. To Sleep. To Sleep. To Sleep. </p></li><li><p>This Not Only Helps This Not Only Helps This Not Only Helps This Not Only Helps </p><p>Your Child Develop An Your Child Develop An Your Child Develop An Your Child Develop An </p><p>Interest In Books And Interest In Books And Interest In Books And Interest In Books And </p><p>Reading, It Also Help Reading, It Also Help Reading, It Also Help Reading, It Also Help </p><p>The Parent Bond With The Parent Bond With The Parent Bond With The Parent Bond With </p><p>The Child, And The Child, And The Child, And The Child, And </p><p>Develop A Healthy Develop A Healthy Develop A Healthy Develop A Healthy </p><p>Relationship.Relationship.Relationship.Relationship.</p></li><li><p>Help Your Child Develop Reading Help Your Child Develop Reading Help Your Child Develop Reading Help Your Child Develop Reading </p><p>Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension ---- Typically, Parents Will Typically, Parents Will Typically, Parents Will Typically, Parents Will </p><p>Take The Time To Read For Their Take The Time To Read For Their Take The Time To Read For Their Take The Time To Read For Their </p><p>Children; However, Many Parents Do Children; However, Many Parents Do Children; However, Many Parents Do Children; However, Many Parents Do </p><p>Not Put Much Emphasis Or Thought On Not Put Much Emphasis Or Thought On Not Put Much Emphasis Or Thought On Not Put Much Emphasis Or Thought On </p><p>Whether Their Children Understands Whether Their Children Understands Whether Their Children Understands Whether Their Children Understands </p><p>What They've Just Been Read To. What They've Just Been Read To. What They've Just Been Read To. What They've Just Been Read To. </p></li><li><p>Instead, Instead, Instead, Instead, </p><p>Occasionally, Make Occasionally, Make Occasionally, Make Occasionally, Make </p><p>An Effort To An Effort To An Effort To An Effort To </p><p>Question Your Question Your Question Your Question Your </p><p>Child On What Child On What Child On What Child On What </p><p>You've Just Read. You've Just Read. You've Just Read. You've Just Read. </p><p>For Example, You For Example, You For Example, You For Example, You </p><p>Read To Your Child:Read To Your Child:Read To Your Child:Read To Your Child:</p><p>"Jack And Jill Went Up "Jack And Jill Went Up "Jack And Jill Went Up "Jack And Jill Went Up </p><p>The Hill..."The Hill..."The Hill..."The Hill..."</p><p>You Pause Briefly And You Pause Briefly And You Pause Briefly And You Pause Briefly And </p><p>Ask Your Child:Ask Your Child:Ask Your Child:Ask Your Child:</p><p>"So Where Did Jack And "So Where Did Jack And "So Where Did Jack And "So Where Did Jack And </p><p>Jill Go?" Or Jill Go?" Or Jill Go?" Or Jill Go?" Or </p><p>Alternatively, "Who Alternatively, "Who Alternatively, "Who Alternatively, "Who </p><p>Went Up The Hill?"Went Up The Hill?"Went Up The Hill?"Went Up The Hill?"</p></li><li><p>Young Children May Not Catch On Young Children May Not Catch On Young Children May Not Catch On Young Children May Not Catch On </p><p>Right Away Initially, And It May Take Right Away Initially, And It May Take Right Away Initially, And It May Take Right Away Initially, And It May Take </p><p>A Little Practice, But They'll A Little Practice, But They'll A Little Practice, But They'll A Little Practice, But They'll </p><p>Eventually Catch On And Begin To Eventually Catch On And Begin To Eventually Catch On And Begin To Eventually Catch On And Begin To </p><p>Develop A Deeper Understanding Develop A Deeper Understanding Develop A Deeper Understanding Develop A Deeper Understanding </p><p>Of What They Are Reading. Of What They Are Reading. Of What They Are Reading. Of What They Are Reading. </p></li><li><p>This Is A Very Important This Is A Very Important This Is A Very Important This Is A Very Important </p><p>Step In Helping Your Step In Helping Your Step In Helping Your Step In Helping Your </p><p>Child Develop Reading Child Develop Reading Child Develop Reading Child Develop Reading </p><p>Comprehension. Comprehension. Comprehension. Comprehension. </p></li><li><p>Of Course, Don't Do Of Course, Don't Do Of Course, Don't Do Of Course, Don't Do </p><p>This Every Single Time This Every Single Time This Every Single Time This Every Single Time </p><p>You Read, Or Your You Read, Or Your You Read, Or Your You Read, Or Your </p><p>Child Will Quickly Get Child Will Quickly Get Child Will Quickly Get Child Will Quickly Get </p><p>Bored And Lose Bored And Lose Bored And Lose Bored And Lose </p><p>Interest. Do It At Interest. Do It At Interest. Do It At Interest. Do It At </p><p>Random Times, And Random Times, And Random Times, And Random Times, And </p><p>Do Not Over Do It.Do Not Over Do It.Do Not Over Do It.Do Not Over Do It.</p></li><li><p>Help Your Child To Read With A Help Your Child To Read With A Help Your Child To Read With A Help Your Child To Read With A </p><p>Wide Variety Of Books And Keep Wide Variety Of Books And Keep Wide Variety Of Books And Keep Wide Variety Of Books And Keep </p><p>Reading Fun Reading Fun Reading Fun Reading Fun ---- There Is No There Is No There Is No There Is No </p><p>Shortage Of Children Books, And Shortage Of Children Books, And Shortage Of Children Books, And Shortage Of Children Books, And </p><p>You Should Always Have A Wide You Should Always Have A Wide You Should Always Have A Wide You Should Always Have A Wide </p><p>Variety Of Children Books, Variety Of Children Books, Variety Of Children Books, Variety Of Children Books, </p><p>Stories, And Rhymes Available. Stories, And Rhymes Available. Stories, And Rhymes Available. Stories, And...</p></li></ul>

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