Every parent only has this one dilemma. They simply can’t make reading interesting enough for their kids. Reading helps develop children’s vocabulary, contextualization and understanding of different expressions. Making reading fun may be a difficult job but it is certainly not impossible. Let’s have a look at a few […]
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 […]
How can you improve reading skills? As a parent, you have just been told your child is not reading at grade level. Q: What should you do as a parent? Blame your child? Blame the teacher? Talk calmly with your child? Talk calmly with your child’s teacher? Both c. and […]
CLICK HERE for Buckaroo’s downloadable: TIPS on how to read aloud to children. Your child’s reading success begins at birth. Parents reading aloud to their children lays the foundation. Reading aloud increases your child’s vocabulary. Reading aloud introduces your child to the structure of their language. Reading aloud helps develop your […]
Parents, Grandparents, Other Family Members, Child Care Providers and Community all play a role in a child’s reading success by reading aloud! Reading success begins at birth and it begins at HOME. Talk, Talk, Talk, to your child to build vocabulary and understanding of how […]