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How Do Our Routines Impact Children’s Reading? Part 3

Routines Allow Us to Be Involved in the ProcessRoutines also allow us to be able to commit to helping a child read. It is frustrating for a child who has a desire to learn something when their parent has too many other things on the go to assist them when needed. Putting reading into one’s schedule allows us to be available and to plan ahead so that we can be there when necessary.

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How Do Our Routines Impact Children’s Reading? Part 1

No one would argue that reading is one of the most important things we can teach our children. When a child learns to read, it opens up a whole new world to them. When a person can read, they will be able to do more, learn more, and become more than they otherwise would. Our routines can impact our children’s reading, and here are some ideas on how your routines can encourage your child to become an avid and effortless reader.

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Common Reading Mistakes and How to Fix Them, part 6

Text Memorization Sometimes children learn tricks that make them appear to be reading better than they actually are. This can be deceiving to those who are instructing them, as the child appears not to have any struggles. If you notice your child reciting a portion of reading to you and they are not even looking at the book, they have likely memorized it. The way to combat this is to have your child read new books often, and to avoid books with pictures that give away what is written once they have read it through.</p> <p><br /></p> <p>There are many...

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Common Reading Mistakes and How to Fix Them, part 5

Confusing the Letters It is a common issue for children to confuse letters when they are beginning to read. Letters such as b, d, and even p which are similar in shape can cause confusion among early readers. If your child is obviously mixing up their letters, have them print each letter numerous times in regular block style print.</p> <p><br /></p> </body></html>

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Common Reading Mistakes and How to Fix Them, part 4

Lack of Attention to Detail When a child is in a hurry to read or has trouble concentrating, they may lack attention to detail. If your child misses parts of a word they are attempting to read or skips words, this may be the issue. They may have trouble blending consonant clusters. Encourage your child to slow down and take their time in order to conquer this problem.

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