Helping a child learn to read is easier than most parents think.
Find books that are at your child's reading level. If your child makes
a mistake or takes a long time to sound out more than one in ten words,
the book your child is reading is at frustration level. Easier books
should be chosen.
I'm proud to announce another year hosting an event at my local library for World Read Aloud Day.
I'm giving away an autographed copy of Too Pickley by Jean Reidy and bookmarks.
If you don't know about LitWorld or World Read Aloud Day, I encourage you to check out their site, mission, and accomplishments.
You can celebrate World Read Aloud Day in big or small ways.
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Choosing high quality books with just the right difficulty for early readers helps get them a good start with reading. I've tutored children with reading and have used these books with students.
Phonics Books -
The Now I'm Reading Series by Nora Gaydos is a great series to introduce and practice phonics. The colorful illustrations, fun animal characters, and surprise endings encourage