Is your child old enough to learn how to read? If so, it’s important to embrace this time and to really keep your child motivated. Since so many children don’t like to read, it’s important to make the process as fun as possible.

Here are some tips for teaching your child to read:

Make it fun: try to make reading as fun as possible. From reading fun books that are interesting to them to reading at Read the rest of this entry

Empowering Minds Want To Read: Learning To Read

How To Inspire Kids To Read
For children, the act of reading may seem boring. This is especially true in the technologically advanced society that we live in. There needs to be some common ground where parents and teachers can excite children to read without it coming across as schoolwork. In other words, children have to feel passionate towards reading books if they are going to maintain a habit of reading. In this fashion, children need to be drawn into books in Read the rest of this entry

When people think of reading, they too often think about someone who cannot deal with people using books to fend off more contact. The truth of the matter is that reading is something that is meant to bring people closer together, and when you want to infuse reading with a little style for your students, take a moment to consider what you can do.

In the first place, consider getting people to read together. Small reading groups are a great way to learn more about the text Read the rest of this entry

On The Ball: Have Fun Reading

There is one absolute truth in education: Reading is the basis for everything. Knowing this piece of information can help your future reader or struggling reader become great in the world but getting them there requires some effort on your part.

To make a reader, you have to think like a reader. That means you will need to immerse your future reader in as many texts as possible and in as many different ways as possible. An opportunity to teach or practice reading skills is all around you.

Take the grocery store for instance. What is stopping you from having Read the rest of this entry

The reading process is not something that is mastered overnight. It takes a concentrated effort on the part of both parents and educators to create an environment that is conducive to teaching a child how to read. That environment also needs to feel natural to the child. He needs to learn reading skills, without feeling like he is constantly being taught.

An understanding of letters and the sounds that they make is fundamental to reading words on a phonetic level. Start with the letters and sounds in the child’s name. Identify them and point them out Read the rest of this entry

Learning to read is one of the most important parts of a child-s educational experience. It sets a foundation for learning for the rest of their lives as reading is a very important part of life and success. In order to properly teach kids not only to read but to love to read means taking on educational approaches that make reading fun.

Positive reinforcement is a great way to make reading fun. Give children gold stars each night they read and a special prize each time they finish a book that challenges Read the rest of this entry

Sometimes children do not spark an interest in reading, which makes a school day drag on and oftentimes causes a child to fall behind in certain classes. By developing hands-on activities associated with books, a child’s interest in the book and reading in general may increase.
Art and craft projects that are related to the book help to peak a child’s focus. For instance, if the book is regarding ants, projects that incorporate ants and some other aspect of learning help children to want to read and increases knowledge Read the rest of this entry

Your kids are totally into technology and spend hours a day on your Satellitestarinternet but what you-d really like is to encourage them to read more. Here are a few simple tips for lighting the reading fire in your children
Get a Tutor ” Perhaps your kids don-t like to read simply because they-re not good at it. Hire a local high schooler to read with Read the rest of this entry

Reading can be one of the most important things a child can learn these days. Starting out with an interest in reading can really boost a child’s performance in other subjects. Presenting children with activities that they enjoy while helping them learn to read is one technique parents and teachers alike will find benefits with.
My favorite reading game that I created for my own children and daycare is Flash Cards For Cash, which is played with fake bills like you might find in a regular board game. Read the rest of this entry

Teaching a child to read is the best gift a parent or caretaker can give. Reading will take a child farther in school, and in life, than anything else that they learn. There are some easy and fun ways to teach children to learn to read that can be used on a daily basis.
The number one thing to remember when teaching a child to read is to be patient. They might not always get it on the first try. Keep practicing Read the rest of this entry