KINDERGARTEN PARENTS OFTEN ASK…
“WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP MY CHILD IN READING?”
First, READ, READ, READ to your kindergarten child and HAVE CONVERSATIONS with your child often!
Read signs as you walk or drive home. Read labels in the grocery store. Read books, even if it’s the same book over and over again. Talk about things that you read and about things you see in the world. Ask your child questions and let them ask you questions. Reading is one of the most important skills to master in early childhood education.
Throughout their year in kindergarten, children often bring home-guided reading books or leveled texts to practice at home. In this article, you’ll discover strategies how parents can work on when using early reading texts or guided reading books with their kindergarten child.