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Books Not Bands, Reading / 30.07.2018

A guest post by Sharon Turner primary school teacher and Mum of 3. Over the years, I have always encouraged my children to read wherever possible. I have read to them, I have taken them to the library and bookshops to marvel at what is on offer, we have dressed up and acted out our favourite stories. I have listened to them read from the early, faltering first steps, to listening to them blossom in confidence and read with expression and feeling.   The Right Choice It wasn’t until I became a...

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...