ViewNEW PHILADELPHIA CITY SCHOOLS
Address: 145 Ray Ave NW | New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Phone: 330-364-0700
Fax: 330-343-6890
Helpful Reading Strategies for Your Child
Tools to Build Successful Readers

Parents,

The following website is a great resource for various kinds of academic support including reading and mathematics. http://www.interventioncentral.org/
 
You are even able to creat and download your own worksheets by choosing the CBM/DOWNLOADS from the tab and then selecting the first option CBM Warehouse. 
 
What happens before school matters a lot

What preschoolers know before they enter school is strongly related to how easily they learn to read in first grade. Three predictors of reading achievement that children learn before they get to school are:

  • The ability to recognize and name letters of the alphabet
  • General knowledge about print (understanding, for example, which is the front of the book and which is the back and how to turn the pages of a book)
  • Awareness of phonemes (the sounds in words)

Reading aloud together builds these knowledge and skills. As a result, reading aloud with children is the single most important activity for parents and caregivers to do to prepare children to learn to read. (Adams, 1990).

 
 
Many parents are searching for ways to help their child be a more successful readers. Here are some strategies to help your child grow http://education.cu-portland.edu/blog/classroom-resources/five-strategies-to-help-improve-students-reading-levels/.
 
 
Here is another great resource for helping students build reading comprehension skills! http://www.readingrockets.org/article/seven-strategies-teach-students-text-comprehension
 

What happens before school matters a lot

What preschoolers know before they enter school is strongly related to how easily they learn to read in first grade. Three predictors of reading achievement that children learn before they get to school are:

  • The ability to recognize and name letters of the alphabet
  • General knowledge about print (understanding, for example, which is the front of the book and which is the back and how to turn the pages of a book)
  • Awareness of phonemes (the sounds in words)

Reading aloud together builds these knowledge and skills. As a result, reading aloud with children is the single most important activity for parents and caregivers to do to prepare children to learn to read. (Adams, 1990).

 
Central Elementary
145 Ray Ave NW
New Philadelphia, OH 44663
  P: 330-364-0700
  F: 330-343-6890
   Map & Directions
© 2018. All Rights Reserved.