Why is it that some children learn to read faster than other children, and what foundational skills can be strengthened to improve a child’s ability to read?
Are visual “reversals” (e.g., mistaking b for d) really a sign of a poor reader? And how important is a good vocabulary? Find out what really matters, and how to help your readers on the path to fluency.
Students should be able to engage in a variety of different texts to be considered fluent and competent readers. These fluency and comprehension strategies will give students an edge in approaching any kind of text.
You probably already know that you should read to your children, but do you know why? Here are three important reasons to not only read aloud with your child, but also to make it a shared activity.
Did you know that March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read Across America Day? Help to inspire a nation of young readers by participating in these fun-filled activities.