If you have a struggling reader, you know how hard it can be to make sure things ‘click’. Learning to read comes easily for some children but can be really difficult for others.
If you leave them to read on their own, it can take a while to realize your child may have a reason reading isn’t easy for them. By reading alongside them, you will not only help them improve but you can see where they are actually struggling.
Improving their reading skills is important, but helping them gain reading fluency is vital to their education. Without reading fluency, children will struggle in nearly every subject. It is hard to make connections between subjects when they can’t string words together to understand a single sentence.
There are several ways you can help your child build their reading fluency, but one easy way is through partner or buddy reading. The idea is simple but the impact is HUGE! Visit All About Learning Press to read more and see some examples in action!
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