Explore options for encouraging reluctant readers and creating a positive reading environment.
- Okay, this is my big reading plan. … Are you ready? … Read everyday. … That's what I ask of my kids. … Sometimes we talk about what they're reading, … but that's it. … Your school might have their own reading suggestions … or requirements, but as a parent, … my goal is to help my children value and love reading. … I've never met a child that did not like books. … However, over the years, I've worked with many, many kids … who had not yet found the right books. … Albert Einstein said … if you want your children to be intelligent, … read them fairy tales. … If you want them to be more intelligent, … read them more fairy tales. … Our children have complete control over the types … and titles of books that they read. … Sometimes they choose dessert reading, … books that are too easy for them. … That's okay. … They get bored of them quickly … and move on to something more challenging. … Sometimes they choose books that are too difficult … in vocabulary or content. … And then that's something that might work better …
Skill Level Beginner
Become a Portrait Pro: Family and Kidswith Chris Orwig54m 29s Intermediate
1. Home Learning Basics
2. Being a Teacher and Advocate for Your Child
3. Learning Tools
4. Tools by Subject Area
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