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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Reading Site! These are the top ten articles that your Reading Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Alphabet Activities for Pre-Reading
Here are some ideas beyond singing the ABC song to learn letters of the alphabet.
2. Understanding Reading Levels
Understanding reading levels can help parents get books that are just right for their children. Independent, instructional, and frustration levels are explored. This article tells you how to find that perfect book to help your child read and understand more about what they read.
3. Choosing a Reading Tutor for Your Child
Is your child having trouble reading? It is painful to see a child struggle with reading. You know that having difficulty with reading impacts their entire academic life. When children are in pain, it affects the whole family. You can make a difference for your child. Find him a reading tutor.
4. The Overdue Life of Amy Byler Book Review
From its witty title to its satisfying ending, The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms doesnít disappoint. This book is not my usual fare, but it was the Amazon First Reads for April, and seemed appealing. Not only was this book free to me, but it was a joy to read, from beginning to end.
5. Better Lives for Adults with Autism and ADD
Books may give us the benefit of information that can change our very existence. Excelling with Autism-Obtaining Critical Mass Using Deliberate Practice by Brenda Smith Myles, Ruth Aspy, Kerry Mataya, and Hollis Shaffer can help people with developmental differences to transform their lives.
6. Reading for Pleasure Enhances Comprehension
If your child lacks motivation to read, try some new ideas to get them excited about reading. Reading for Pleasure makes reading fun, and it helps to improve reading comprehension. Doing this program 5 days a week can quickly raise a child's reading level!
7. Create Your Own Summer Reading Challenge
Vacations and school breaks are a great time to read. Let's create our own reading challenge this summer and choose our books by their covers. Donít worry, I leave most of the rule making up to you. This article is simply a guideline you can use to create a unique and fun reading list.
8. Encourage Kids Reading About Hobbies
When people are able to read about things that interest them, they are more anxious to read. This is especially true for children. Ask children about their special interests, then buy or borrow books that will give them more information about those hobbies. Don't forget books with pictures, too!
9. You Need To Read If You Want To Write
If youíve ever thought of writing a book, it may help you to read, and then read more. This article will tell you WHY reading is important to your own writing, and WHAT you can read.
10. Fluency in Reading
How can fluency be improved? The short answer is one word-practice. Find multiple ways to help the reader practice. Reading material that is not difficult for him to read is the first step in finding those creative ways for the student to practice. Don't forget to praise for improvement!
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