Helping Your Child Learn To Read? With activities for children from infancy through age 10. "Why?" This is the question we parents are always trying to answer. It's good that children ask questions: that's the best way to learn. All children have two wonderful resources for learning--imagination and curiosity. As a parent, you can awaken your children to the joy of learning by encouraging their imagination and curiosity. Helping Your Child Learn to Read is one in a series of books on different education topics intended to help you make the most of your child's natural curiosity. Teaching and learning are not mysteries that can only happen in school. They also happen when parents and children do simple things together.
This book is a way for you to help meet these goals. It will give you a short rundown on facts, but the biggest part of the book is made up of simple, fun activities for you and your child to do together. Your child may even beg you to do them.
At the end of the book is a list of resources, so you can continue the fun.
Let's get started. We invite you to find an activity in this book and try it.
These are the types of things you will learn in this eBook:
Foreword Introduction The Basics Start Young and Stay with It Advertise the Joy of Reading! Remember When You Were Very Young Home Is Where the Heart Is Important Things To Know It's Part of Life One More Time Talking about Stories The More the Merrier How Do I Use This Book? Read Along Look for Books Books and Babies R and R: Repetition and Rhyme Poetry in Motion Read to Me Family Reading Time Story Talk Write and Talk, Too Tot Talk What's in a Name? World of Words Book Nooks Family Stories Now Hear This P.S. I Love You Easy as Pie Write On TV Make a Book Make Your Own Dictionary Parents and the Schools A Postscript about Older Children