2 edition of You and your child. found in the catalog.
You and your child.
Winifred De Kok
Previous ed. (B58-2210) 1958.
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|Number of Pages||186|
Reading to your child build brain networks that will serve him long-term when he transitions from verbal to reading. Your child learns early that reading is fun and not a chore. When your child grows up, you will not be stressed about getting him to read, as reading has become, for him, a pleasurable habit. Sing often with your child. 7. Read in front of your child. Children love to imitate their parents. 8. Let them choose the books they want to read with you. 9. As you read with your children, first read the sentences, and ask them to repeat after you. Praise your child for their progress, even a little praise goes along way.
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After your child has read a story, reread it aloud yourself so that he can enjoy it without interruption. Be a good role model.
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They say the sweetest sound is the sound of your own name.It's hard to know how to react when your child is a reluctant reader. Here are some simple ideas to set up your young one for rich, rewarding reading experiences.Ask your child's teacher for these practice activities.
By reinforcing the skills your child's teacher emphasizes, you will be supplementing what he has learned about reading throughout the school day. Additional ways to encourage your school-age child to read are listed below.
Continue being a good role model. Let your child see you read.