Download e-book for iPad: 99 Ways to Get Kids to Love Reading. And 100 Books They'll by Mary Leonhardt

By Mary Leonhardt

ISBN-10: 0307554104

ISBN-13: 9780307554109

he writer of folks Who Love interpreting, teenagers Who do not now deals a cornucopia of easy, sensible guidance that may support children--no subject what their age or point of studying ability--learn to learn. A separate part identifies books fitted to other kinds of readers, corresponding to women who love horses, young ones who like rock bands, and machine nuts.

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You love hearing them read! And tell them immediately how to pronounce any word they ask you about, but never be so tactless as to mention the 50 percent of the words they don’t know they are pronouncing wrong. Focus on what they’re doing right. They’re reading! 24 When your children start reading, buy them really easy books and comics. It’s tempting when children start reading to buy books a little too difficult for them so they can “reach” and learn more. But too often this discourages kids. You want reading to be fun, so buy them books they can zip through with little effort.

Yes, they’ll choose dumb books. Yes, they’ll want the same books read over and over. Yes, sometimes you think you’ll SCREAM if you have to read Goodnight Moon again. But it’s most important that they call the shots here so they know you respect their tastes and they enjoy the reading. Secondly, ham up the reading. Have fun with it. Mispronounce words on purpose so they can correct you. Use different voices. Giggle together. Make reading a happy, sometimes silly time. Finally, wrap up the reading quickly when your children’s attention lags.

READING-FRIENDLY ROUTINES AND HOUSES 40 When you’re looking for a new house, try to find one with a big shady front porch that you can furnish with a swing, rocking chairs, and a table for books. Kids love to hang out on porches, watching the world go by, seeing and being seen by friends—and reading! Front porches have been producing readers for generations. 41 Houses without porches can still have friendly reading spots on decks or patios, in tree houses, or indoors in special reading corners.

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