Listening to an experienced reader is as important to learning how to read and developing fluency as actually reading the words. Reading aloud to kids helps expand their literacy skills, love of reading, worldview, and more.
Don’t forget to keep reading all summer long so the kids don’t slip back on their reading abilities. I have an eBook for you with plenty of good ideas for keeping the brain drain at bay this summer. Try this page with reading tips to get you started.
The teacher’s feedback on how your child is doing in the classroom is very important to hear, but there also needs to be a conversation on who your child is as a right brain thinker. The Parent-Teacher Conference Survival Guide will help you figure out the best way to collaborate with your child's teacher for their future success.