Teaching Children To Read

Teach reading at home
A fun & easy learning to read program
 

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  • Jen Chatterton, author of Teach children to read, a fun and easy ten step program for parents
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  • This site has information about puppets. Puppets are ideal for enhancing children's communications skills. Use puppets when telling stories. Puppets help children express their emotions.
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  • Alphabet flash cards help child learn letter sound relationships. Use alphabet cards to introduce phonics and build an understanding of spoken and written sounds.
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  • Teaching children to read can be easy. Here's a 10 step learning to read program to teach reading at home. Teaching children to read early provides a head start on the road to academic success.
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  • Here are good quality books that are ideal for beginner readers. Books that are read to children are different to beginner books. Beginner books have repetitive text and include commonly used words.
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  • There are many benefits of play. When children play they develop skills in many developmental areas, here's a list of the benefits of play.
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  • Here are a selection of quality books for babies. They are carefully chosen baby books that will entertain and educate. Select a book for baby, cuddle up in a large comfy chair and enjoy.
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  • Children reading independently need reading strategies that include both sight words and phonics methods. Children learning to read need carefully selected books.
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  • Contact Jen Chatterton, author of Teach children to read, a fun and easy ten step program for children
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  • Development in childhood is interconnected, development of physical skills aids development in literacty skills. Crawling and crossing the midline aid childhood development and pre-reading skills.
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  • This family word wheel includes 38 of the most commonly used phonograms or word families. Families words are the ideal way to teach phonics .
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  • Read to children everyday. Here's a guide on how to read to children. Adults that read to children regularly enhance children's reading skills.
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  • Kids and tv can be a dangerous combination. Monitor the amount of television children view. Kids watching excessive amounts of tv can develop attention problems and sleep disturbances.
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  • Here are lanugage activities for children to help develop communication skills. Effective language skills are necessary for learning to read and write successfully.
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  • A good way to learn phonics is by reading rhymes. This book of phonogram rhymes includes the top 38 commonly used word families. Word families are a consistent way to learn phonics.
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  • Is your child learning to read? Make your own books using these 300 sight word phrases. Using sentences with sight words enables beginning readers to read independently and fluently.
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  • Children play and learn. Play is how kids learn about themselves and the world around them. Play nurtures kids development in many ways.
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  • The benefits of playing with children cannot be overestimated. Playing with kids leads to better quality play experiences and enhances enjoyment.
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  • When children relate to the story reading comprehension will more likely occur. Specifically designed reading books makes reading and comprehension easier.
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  • The key to developing reading fluency is practice. To help children develop fluency use supported reading techniques.
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  • Reading to children regularly is the single most critical factor in a child's reading success. Reading to kids develops communications skills and expands their imagination.
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  • Teach sight words to children beginning to read. Having a known word bank of commonly used words makes reading easier.
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  • Songs are a great way to promote children's language skills. Here are a list of songs for children with video clips.
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  • Story telling is a wonderful thing to do. Story telling is fun for children and adults. When telling a story to children they use their imagination and develop listening and concentration skills.
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  • Teach reading at home. You can teach reading using games and activites. Learning to read can be fun and easy. Children learning to read at home learn in a safe and caring environment.
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  • Teach reading at home using a fun and easy 10 step program. Teaching children to read before they attend school sets children up for academic success. Learning to read can be enjoyable for both you and your child.
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  • There are many types of play. Here's a list of the types of play children participate in. As kids get older they progress through the various stages of play.
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  • Have you wondered what is phonics? Phonics is the relationship between letters and their sounds. Sounding out words is possible if you have an understanding of phonics.
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  • What is self esteem? Self-esteem is beliefs or feelings we have about ourselves. This site is about self esteem and promoting your child's self esteem.
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