This accessible and informative guidebook to reading aloud includes important tips on when to start reading to your child, how to use television wisely, how to make a reader out of your child and how to make a writer out of your child.
Plus an expanded list of surefire hit read-aloud books for preschoolers to preteens.
Sure fire ways to make your children want to read. Also has an expanded list of surefire hit read aloud books for preschoolers to preteen. By reading aloud you can help give your child a head start in life and give them the lifelong treasure of reading.
Explains different levels of reading and how to get your children to read.
Common sense ways to encourage your children to read. Helpful, but not earth shattering revelations.
excellent bok for parents on how to get your kids to love reading
Lots of great ideas on how to get your kids interested in reading!
How can you teach your children to love books? Read this book to find out! Great condition.
This really works-my kindergarten daughter reads at a second grade level!
23 copies on offer here, but no copies at the Los Angeles Public Library, although they have many of her other books, she being quite the expert.
I just checked my copy at random, choosing Chapter 9, looking up fifty fiction and non-fiction titles in the LAPL catalogue and found many more than I would have imagined. The Central Library tried to keep two copies of everything, one circ and one ref, and there were several they had no copy of. But there were many titles that they had and also existed at one or two of the branches. There were even more titles that were still at eight or ten or fifteen branches. Thus this now quite old book is more useful than I feared. Of course, the LAPL is a very large system and so my PBS comrades might not find so many titles locally. For example, there were less than a dozen of the fifty still extant at the small branch library from which I am typing this--that it pretty good, given their limited shelf space and constant new arrivals.
The short chapters about discovering your child's interests, figuring out his/her level of understanding, and 'moving your child along' are succinct and useful.