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Challenge Them, Inspire Them, Reading, Reading Strategies, Reviews / 08.11.2018

There is a lot of support online for reading but it can vary dramatically in terms of usefulness, price and relevance.  I have picked a few of the most well-known apps and coordinated reading programs.  Most are designed to provide a range of activities and support that will take your child from the first early sound recognition through each stage of the reading journey. Teach Your Monster to Read This is an engaging app with the simple aim of teaching your monster to read and you along with it. As...

Reading / 27.07.2018

Bookshelves This bookshelf is me on so many levels.  It's all over the place and messy but there is so much joy right in there, you just have to start reading. For this first blog post I thought I would open up some of the books that make up my metaphorical book case and give you a glimpse of what makes me tick and why I am here.  Firstly, I am a reader, you have probably already worked that out, and I love digging into a good book.  I...

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...