In a Parent’s Guide to Reading, Karen Tankersley provides a multiplicity of practical, research-based strategies specifically tailored to use in the home. Becoming a strong reader has never been more important for children than it is today. The foundational skills for reading are being laid from the moment a child is born. Parents play a vital role in helping build the literacy skills of their children.
This book will answer questions such as: How do children learn to read? How can busy families make reading a priority? How can parents encourage strong reading skills? What books might appeal to various age levels? What can I do to help my child strengthen reading? What is dyslexia and how do I know if my child has it? and finally, How can I help my struggling reader?
Tankersley offers simple and straightforward ideas that every family can easily use to make reading a family focus and maximize the development of reading skills in their children.
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BISAC: Family & Relationships / Education