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Parents in Reading

Parents in Reading

Parent"s Booklet

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Published by Northwest Regional Educational Laborator .
Written in


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11302720M
ISBN 100893544019
ISBN 109780893544010

Any parent can tell you — there are nights where reading just doesn’t seem that important. Maybe you’re too tired to read your kid’s favorite bedtime story for the nineteenth time in a row, or you’re sick of fighting with your son or daughter about why they should turn off the TV and crack open a good book instead. And that’s fine.   Many parents think that reading a book is as simple as just opening the book and reading what’s on it. Well, technically that’s what you do. But to make the experience a little more interesting you have to whet the appetite of your child first. Although it is easy to just cuddle and dive into the story, you may want to go through the pre Author: JP Carlos.

21 Questions to Ask Your Child About a Book Talking to your children about the books they read is one of the best ways to support your child’s literacy development. Your child needs to engage in critical thinking to discuss a book — a key skill for success in school as well as life. formal reading instruction. You and your family help to create this foundation by talking, listening, and reading to your children every day and by showing them that you value, use, and enjoy reading in your lives. This booklet includes activities for .

Some leveled books are also supported by fluency practice passages, reader's theater scripts, a writer's response activity, a literature circle journal, or might be part of a paired book set or other collection.. ALL the resources that support a book can be found on its home page. Graphic novels (stories told in comic book frames) are a great way to hook a reluctant reader. And looking at pictures is a perfectly acceptable way to read a book. Let the child know it’s OK if he or she doesn’t like a particular book. Use a not-so-great selection as an opportunity to understand more about reading skills and preferences.


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