Let your child choose what they want to read. Create a reading time. Let your kids see you reading. Show interest in what your kids are reading . Take your kids to the library and a book store. Create a reward system for the number of books your kids read. Reading improves kids comprehension skills.… [read more]
It’s informative. It’s engaging. It’s funny. It’s Christian based. It can be read in less than an hour. It is free. It builds self esteem. It improves study habits. It focuses on the family. It focuses on friendship.
1. Phonemic awareness, letter sound knowledge, and concepts of print. 2. Phonics and decoding 3. Fluency 4. Vocabulary 5. Comprehension 6. Written Expression 7. Spelling and handwriting 8. Assessment of Reading Skills 9. Reading materials should be based on the child’s interest. 10. Children should be read to when they are young.
1. Respect for others will carry you far. 2. Save your money 3. To lose and win gracefully. 4. Show up and do your best. 5. Respect others property. 6. Clean up behind yourself. 7. Be honest with others. 8. Learn from your mistakes. 9.… [read more]