Reading With Children As They Learn To Read: A Parent Handout
When children start learning to read, they benefit from reading out loud to parents. Ten to twenty minutes a day provides amazing results when help and support is one-on-one. This handout provides tips to support children when they read out loud to parents and caregivers. It also includes steps for choosing books that are at the correct level of difficulty for children to read out loud.
Educators who purchase this handout are welcome to forward it electronically, post it on their school website, and photocopy it for distribution to their parent population. It makes an excellent insert to send home with report cards, an addition to regular class or school newsletters and as a springboard for discussion at parent meetings.
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Here’s to building successful partnerships with parents!