Reading: Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
We appreciate what you are doing with your children at home during remote learning and during the summer.
We hope you find these reading and writing at home tips helpful.
“Children Are Made Readers On The Laps of Their Parents” - Emilie Buchwald
“It is not necessary to correct every error your child makes when reading. The ultimate goal is to build the joy of reading together. However, if something doesn’t make sense, you can gently guide your child by asking, does that make sense? Let’s read that again, so that it makes sense. This will encourage your child to become an active thinker while reading.”
Jillian Lakey, Primary Literacy Coach
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