It is needless to say that reading habits build several other important skills in children. However, parents find it very hard to get their children to pick up a good book to read especially in the digital age. Children have so many activities to indulge in these days that they […]
How to Encourage Your Kids Love of Books? Parents play the most important role in developing their child’s habit to read and this role begins at the very early ages of their children. Reading is important. It endorses stronger analytical thinking in kids. However, with the interests of today’s kids […]
Concentration contributes to self control. There are so many distractions in today’s world. Children as well as adults struggle with being able to stay on task and concentrate for periods of time. Have you ever said to your children, “if you would just concentrate you will do better in school” Has […]
What Does the Summer Slide in Reading Look Like? Need a Road Map? Are you going on vacation this summer? Going by car? By Plane? I remember how much I always looked forward to visiting new and exciting places during my summers when I was young. Dad spent weeks pouring […]
Eat to Read, Read to Eat! Is there a connection between what your child eats and their reading success? Reading success extends far beyond just the words in print. If your child is not eating nutritious food, then your child's ability to focus and comprehend are compromised.
Is reading a struggle for your child? Would you recognize the indicators? Should you rely upon your child's school for all the help? Reading is a learned process and your child may benefit from additional help beyond the classroom. Contact a Reading Specialist at Nuts About Reading at https://buckaroobuckeye.com
PART 2: Reading Tests & Parent Involvement: Informal Reading Test Assessments/Screens. Reading is a learned skill. We are not born with the natural ability to read! Parents, Are you receiving any progress reports, other than report cards, from your child’s teacher about their reading ability level? How often does your child’s […]
PART 1: Reading Tests and Parent Involvement: Standardized Tests. Reading is a learned skill. We are not born with the natural ability to read! Okay parents, you have received results for your child’s ‘standardized’ reading test scores. Now what? What do they mean? What can you do? Here are […]