31 Days to a Better Reader

31 Days to a Better Reader

Everyone wants to make sure that the children in their life are able to read easily and effortlessly.

No parent or teacher ever thinks, “Gosh I  hope that my child will struggle with reading.  It sure would add a lot of adversity to their life.”  Therefore, we always want to be able to do everything that we absolutely can to make sure that kids have the tools that they need to do the very best that they are capable of doing.

In this information age it is pivotal that children be able to read.  There isn’t anything that they will partake in that will not include reading.  We all know that, but sometimes it is hard to convince kids who don’t actually enjoy reading to understand it’s importance.  Who wants to do something that is either hard or boring.

Over the next 31 days you are going to get tips and tricks that will turn any child into a better reader.  Are you ready for a challenge that will motivate your child, build bonding time with your child, and help him or her with reading all at the same time?  This is the perfect time for this challenge.  The time is NOW!  Whether your child already loves to read or doesn’t, they can always become better.

My name is Joanne Kaminski and I am also known as the Skyping Reading Tutor.  I have been teaching kids to read for over 10 years, have a Masters in Reading and have starting my own reading tutoring company called Bright IDEA Reading Tutoring where I provide online reading tutoring.  The tips and tricks that you will learn are based off of my own experiences of what works best with kids.  I utilize brain research and how kids learn best and actually retain the information that they are learning.

Tomorrow starts day 1 of the challenge.  Subscribe to this blog so that you don’t miss one single day of this challenge and turn your loved little ones become a better reader.

Comments

  1. fureycoaching says:

    My little one is almost 5 and we travel an 1.5hr into the big smoke so she can start to learn to read (we don’t live in an English Speaking country). The course is using Letterland Phonics system. Do you know this system, and if so, what do you think?

    • Wow, that is quite a drive that you have to take in order to have her learn to read. What country are you in? Letterland does a great job with teaching phonemic awareness and phonics. As for reading and comprehension I am not familiar with it. I believe that kids need to be immersed in literature along with a strong phonics program. When these two things are married together they make a magical reading experience.

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