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Inspire Them, Reading, Reading Strategies / 29.07.2018

Reading activities at home: Here are six quick and easy strategies that you can you use to help your child apply their reading skills. Most of these have been suggested by my mum, a very experienced Key Stage 1 and Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception) teacher, who also had the challenge of a son who took to reading a bit later than most.  (Yes that's me!) Several of these activities may seem to have more of a writing focus.  This is because in many cases reading and writing are...

Read Aloud Together, Reading, Reviews / 28.07.2018

Books to share: This is a collection of books that both adults and children can enjoy together.  Some of them contain humour on different levels giving something that both adults and children can engage with. Other books here are a joy when they are read aloud and build up a great collaborative reading experience between you and your little one.   This post contains affiliate links.   Books to share No.10: Oi Frog! by Kes Gray and Jim Field     This book has great fun with rhyme and ensures that you do too. It is...

Challenge Them, Inspire Them, Reading Strategies / 27.07.2018

How to teach a child to read: Over my career as a teacher I have been asked many questions about reading.  From these experiences I have compiled this list of those that seemed to come up more regularly.  If you have any concerns about your child's reading please talk to their teacher first. A positive and collaborative relationships between parents and schools is, in my experience, one of the most effective ways to make an impact on a child's academic progress. Once you have spoken to your child's...