Greetings Parents & Caretakers,
On a regular basis, I receive inquiries from parents seeking suggestions on how to support their child’s reading. Reading aloud together is one simple but powerful practice –regardless if your child is struggling with reading or not. Take a moment to read (or listen to!) this October article from NPR, How reading aloud can help you bond with your kids and make them better readers. Questions, contact email@example.com, View Ridge’s Academic Interventionist (Mondays).
Carol M. Donahue
“The kindest thing you can do for beginning and struggling readers is to give them the time and encouragement they need to grunt and groan their way through sounding out words. You’re rewiring their brains and it’s hard work.” Dr. John Shefelbine
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