Anytime Reading Readiness: Fun and Easy Family Activities That Prepare Your Child to Read

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Maupin House Publishing, Inc., 2009 - Education - 79 pages
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"Your young child gets ready to read every minute of the day by interacting with you: his first and best teacher. Make the most of those minutes with Anytime Reading Readiness at home, during chores, or in the car. You'll learn how to: •Take advantage of the learn-through-play style of your preschool/kindergarten child. •Match your child's reading readiness level with easy and engaging games and activities. •Get the most out of reading a book out loud with your child. Anytime Reading Readiness respects the reading readiness level of your child. Now you can integrate early literacy activities throughout your day without stress, fuss, or pushing your child. Prepare your child to read any time. Find out more about Cathy's companion guide for educators, Before They Read, and the Home/School Literacy Partnership Set."
 

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Avid reading is the biggest indicator of academic success; parents should be motivated to ensure their kids start early in exploring the world of words and books. Children's literacy consultant Miller ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
1
Additional Resources
12
Great Conversations
17
Chapter 4
27
Growing Listening Skills through Word Play
39
Chapter 6
49
Chapter 7
61
Final Word
69
More Reading for Adult Family Members
70
List of Rhyming Word Families Activity 12
76
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Cathy Puett Miller is "The Literacy Ambassador(R)." She is an independent children's literacy consultant, serving a variety of organizations and promoting parental involvement along with children's literacy development. Cathy presents at conferences nationwide and has written articles for Education World, Babyzone.com, The Reading Tub, PTA websites, and numerous parenting publications. She is a member of various reading and advisory councils, including the Georgia, Alabama, and International Reading Associations. Cathy lives in Huntsville, Alabama.

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