Teach Kids to Read Before School

Children Learning Reading

 

It seems that now-a-days, a lot of parents (and school systems) are wanting their children to be able to read and count before they enter kindergarden.   Many parents like teaching their kids.  If your one of these parents, I bet that you would like to teach your kids to read before they enter school.  I came across this reading program and it looks great.

It’s called Children Learning Reading and it claims just that, that it can teach your child to learn to read and recognize words.  This is a quote from their site, “It is the ONLY step-by-step program that takes you by the hand and shows you how to take your child from not knowing how to read, to reading words, sentences, books and short novels, and enables YOUR child to develop an absolutely amazing reading ability that all other parents would be envious of!”

This seems like a pretty big claim, but even if it helped your child just alittle, wouldn’t it be worth it?  I believe that if your child is reading at all before starting school that would be incredible.  They would have a big head start in school which could lead them to always being “ahead of the game” in school.   Go to the site and check it out, it maybe just what you  and your child need. Click Here to visit the site!

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  1. Here are some tips that help you to teach your kids how to read:
    1) Read more books in front of them, be it any book, novel, newspaper or a magazine. Show them, how to hold a book correctly, how to turn pages and how to read from left to right and top to bottom and discuss the benefits of reading.
    2) Initially read to your child, this is one of the best bonding you can share with your child. Then, read with your child and gradually, he will learn how to read on his own.
    3) Select books carefully which includes proper pictures or visuals complementing the meaningful text. It will create an interest and confidence. At a different age, children have different language skills and vocabulary.
    4) Make sure when your child reads, he should be in a comfortable position so that he can focus more and get the benefits of reading
    5)Above all, teach your baby the right pronunciation. It sounds nice when they make their own words and pronounce in their own language. You can always note it down for memory but try to correct them on the spot. It will help you in long term. It is a tried and tested habit. Right pronunciation is the foundation of reading.
    You can read more useful tips related to child development and parenthood at http://www.wonderparenting.com

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