Reading habits

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In our first school age post we talked about how to choose a book for beginners and why it’s so important to read every day. Now we want to focus on some strategies about HOW to do it at any age.   -How can you promote excitement in your kids while reading a book? -How do I know which books are appropriate for them? -What are the characteristics of good readers?  I love this quote because it is so accurate

64b6a284b47950a282fd798b8d85bc2f   When kids find a good book they will read at anytime, anywhere without asking. And that’s what we want, we want them loving to read and appreciating a quiet time immerse in their books.   photo     Its very important to promote reading just for pleasure not like a punishment. The author Mem Fox couldn’t explain it better, I just will add:” When I say to a parent or a teacher…”Screen Shot 2015-01-13 at 5.21.10 PM

 

Here a few guidelines to follow to improve the reading habits in your kids:

 

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And the best advice for reading workshop, as a teacher, model any strategy first. Use a book that the whole group read, that way they can follow the steps, do it with the group, participate and finally do it independently.

 

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Some good talk coming from a few strategies:

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I hope you find these lists  practical and useful,

 

Thanks for reading

 

T. Massiel

 

 

Text: Massiel Cabrera

Edition: Natalia Aybar

Web support: Christian Castillo

 

 

 

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One Response

  1. I like it whenever people get together and share opinions.
    Great blog, continue the good work!

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