By Mary Leonhardt
he writer of oldsters Who Love examining, youngsters Who do not now deals a cornucopia of straightforward, sensible advice that might support children--no subject what their age or point of examining ability--learn to learn. A separate part identifies books suited for other kinds of readers, reminiscent of women who love horses, little ones who like rock bands, and desktop nuts.
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If your children’s school doesn’t allow students much choice—and most schools don’t—I don’t have any easy solutions for you. I can tell you that children who are avid readers already are much less harmed by inflexible reading policies, since they can enjoyably read almost any book. But poor readers can’t, and will be further turned off to reading. If you can figure out a way to get schools to shift their emphasis from teacher-assigned reading to student-choice reading, please let me know. 85 Look for schools that give kids time to read in class.
Children should be taught how to sound out words they don’t know. This kind of teaching leads to reading lists of similar-sounding words, as well as early stories that are written more to highlight a particular phonics skill than to delight children with a wonderful story. Whole-language advocates think that children learn in a more global way, perhaps with some phonics drills but mostly by being immersed in interesting stories. Kids learn to recognize some words by sight, or by guessing from the pictures, rather than by sounding everything out.
Go to the library. Spend time yourself reading. Talk about the books that you are enjoying. Engage your children in book discussions. Don’t be too busy to do book activities with your children, such as lunch out and a bookstore visit. And next year put a book into their Easter baskets along with the candy. 3 Don’t worry about scheduling time for your children to read. If they love reading, they’ll find time. Kids never have time to clean their rooms and always have time to talk on the phone. Children find time to do the things they love.
99 Ways to Get Kids to Love Reading. And 100 Books They'll Love by Mary Leonhardt