How Can I Help My Child Learn to Read
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How Can I Help My Child Learn to Read

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Published by Natl Education Assn .
Written in English


  • Child Care/Parenting

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Open LibraryOL11320078M
ISBN 100810651718
ISBN 109780810651715

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As well as the reading books that your child brings home from school, there are lots of other resources you can use to help your child. For instance, the Read it yourself series helps children develop and improve their reading skills, with illustrated stories and non-fiction that gradually increase in challenge as they progress. Each book is. 7 Recommended Books for Kids Who Are Starting to Read - 3. Learning the ABC’s Before School Helps Your Child Socially and Emotionally. Helping your child learn the ABC’s before school starts means they don’t have to worry about struggling with reading in class. Up to 1/3 of all 6-year olds are struggling with reading after the first year of school, which can create social stigmas, aversions to school, and lead to lower overall success in the.   Hi, glad you’re here, my 7-year-old can’t read either. In fact, go back a couple of years and my first 7-year-old couldn’t read. It seems to be an epidemic, this non-reading 7-year-old thing, and it seems to worry mums of 6 year olds and 8 year olds too. I’m here to make you feel better and maybe help you help your child to learn to read.

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