reading skills

Secrets for Developing Reading Comprehension

Revealing Teaching Secrets for Developing Reading Comprehension!

If you want to improve your child’s reading comprehension skills, it pays to learn from the best. Elite reading teachers have a few teaching secrets that they use to help their students succeed. Here are some of their top secrets for developing reading comprehension: 1. Encourage active reading. Elite reading teachers know that passive reading …

Revealing Teaching Secrets for Developing Reading Comprehension! Read More »

Child's Reading Comprehension Skills

How Do I Increase My Child’s Reading Comprehension Skills?

There are a few key things you can do to help increase your child’s reading comprehension skills. First, make sure they are reading regularly. This will help them become more familiar with the material and better able to understand it. Second, when they are reading, have them stop and summarize what they have read after …

How Do I Increase My Child’s Reading Comprehension Skills? Read More »

3 Sneaky reasons why your childs reading scores might be low

3 Sneaky Reasons Why Your Child’s Reading Scores Might Be Low

3 Sneaky Reasons Why Your Child’s Reading Scores Might Be Low- and What You Can Do About It. If your child’s reading scores are lower than average, there could be a few reasons why. Here are three potential causes- and what you can do to help improve your child’s reading skills. Your child might not …

3 Sneaky Reasons Why Your Child’s Reading Scores Might Be Low Read More »

Sight word activities for parents

Sight Word Activities for Parents – Learning to Read Games

Sight Word Activities for Parents – Learning to Read Games Sight words are an important part of a child’s reading development.  There are many ways that parents can help their children learn them. Here are some sight word activities that parents can do with their children to help them learn these important words: Read Books …

Sight Word Activities for Parents – Learning to Read Games Read More »

Learning to read

Learning How to Read: Phonics and Decoding

The second floor to the construction of ‘reading success’ is phonics or decoding and sight words and use of symbol imagery. Let’s discuss phonics or decoding first.  To have a strong foundation for mastering decoding, your child must be proficient with phoneme awareness as I discussed first.  The next floor is decoding and sight words …

Learning How to Read: Phonics and Decoding Read More »

Improve your Child's Phonemic Awareness

How to Improve your Child’s Phonemic Awareness with These Activities

Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the individual sounds-or phonemes-in spoken words. It is a critical first step in learning to read. These activities will help improve your child’s phonemic awareness. Word Search: Create a grid of squares on a piece of paper.  Write words in each grid square.  This game …

How to Improve your Child’s Phonemic Awareness with These Activities Read More »

Phoneme Awareness Activities for Parents to Use With Their Kids

Phoneme Awareness Activities for Parents to Use with Their Kids

If you’re looking for ways to help your child develop phonemic awareness, you’re in luck! There are plenty of activities you can do at home to support your child’s learning. Check out these phoneme awareness activities for parents to use with their kids. Sound Sorting: This activity is a great way to help your child …

Phoneme Awareness Activities for Parents to Use with Their Kids Read More »

Games Your Children Can Do in Daily Life to Promote Phoneme Awareness

Games Your Children Can Do in Daily Life to Promote Phoneme Awareness

If you’re looking for ways to help your child become aware of phonemes, or the individual sounds in words, there are plenty of games your children can do in daily life to promote phoneme awareness.  Below are a few examples: Tongue Twisters: This game is a great way to help children identify different sounds and …

Games Your Children Can Do in Daily Life to Promote Phoneme Awareness Read More »

Scroll to Top