is more than saying words...
of the most important things we can do to ensure each child's success
That means it is okay for students to read whatever they so choose. (Even if it means they are reading below their level.)
The very first gift you give to kids is the love of reading.
bulletin boards, food boxes and cans,
reading is much, much more that
way to help your child with reading comprehension is to ask questions.
your child reads, ask him/her questions.
Talk about the material,
is a short list of possible questions to get the conversations going.
spend a few minutes talking about what was read.
were the main characters in the story?
Why did the characters act the
would you have done differently if you were the main character?
you make any predictions about the story?
is the message the author was trying to get us to think about?
details in the illustrations helped clarify the story?
6. Could you make any connections with any character in the story? Why?