School Answers: Help Your Child Succeed at Reading

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  • Help Your ChildSucceed at Reading

  • YOUR ROLE STARTS AT BIRTH

  • Your most important role in your childs education starts

    as soon as they are born.

    Children naturally imitate what they see and hear.

  • Studies show a positive attitude about school and learning goes a long way

    toward your childs success.

  • That can be enhanced by your involvement in the school and

    with your childs teachers.

  • ENCOURAGEREADING

  • According to the U.S. Dept. of Education, at the top of a

    parents educational to do list is to encourage children to read.

  • Plenty of ReadingMaterials at Home

  • ReadYourself

  • Experts say you should start reading to children early, have

    lots of reading materials around your home, and let children see you reading for pleasure as well

    as in routine activities.

  • Reading is theFoundation of Learning

  • Reading sets off:Physical, neurological, and cognitive functions

  • What If Your Child Has Reading Problems?

  • Reading problems can spring from a number of issues:

    -word decoding & phonics-vocabulary-comprehension-ability to process several things at once

  • When we see a word, it sets o a series of

    physical, neurological, and cognitive functions.

    If theres a misre in any of these parts, reading problems can result.

  • GET HELP

  • CONFER. DEVISE. TEST.

  • CONFER with your childs teacher.

    DEVISE a plan of action.

    TEST for learning diculties.

  • At School Answers, we oer a complete range of standardized testing. Our sta guides you through the process, oering recommendations to put your child on the path to success through individualized study plans, tutoring, and homework helpall in conjunction with your childs school and teacher.

  • Schedule a free learning evaluation today at

    SCHOOLANSWERS.COM

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