8 Tips to Teach your Child to Read

  • Published on

  • View

  • Download

Embed Size (px)


<ol><li> 1. Kids that learn to read early have a betterchance of being successful later in life. </li><li> 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. </li><li> 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. </li><li> 4. Can your child writehis or her ownname? Trackhandwriting throughthe years as theircoordination andwriting skills grow. </li><li> 5. Being able to say the words on a page wont help yourchild unless he can also understand what he is reading.Spend time reading together to make sure that the contentis understood. </li><li> 6. Dont forget to facilitate meaning by askingquestions and discussing content with your child. </li><li> 7. Interesting books will make reading more fun! Take yourkids to the library and let them select their own readingmaterial. </li><li> 8. Dont forget to check out a book or two for yourself!</li></ol>