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Anytime Reading Readiness
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Maupin House

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

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; and 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.

 
ISBN978-1-4966-0096-7
SubjectLiteracy, School Community
Page Count79
Copyright2010
SeriesMaupin House
eBook PDF
Price
$8.45
 


 
 

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LibraryJournal.com - Julianne J. Smith

""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 begins with a reading readiness scale to help parents identify how ready their child is to read. Assessment results coincide with suggested activities, which are clearly outlined and easy to do; young children will likely find them fun and exciting. Miller also includes a chapter on creating a literacy-rich home and offers a terrific resource list and notes. A small jewel appropriate for both home and library; highly recommended." - Julianne J. Smith, Ypsilanti District Library, Michigan, LibraryJournal.com (December 2009)" - LibraryJournal.com

December 1, 2009

Work of Childhood - Gabby

""This book is a fantastic resource for any parent and homeschooler...Whether you have already taught children to read, or are just looking for great interactive ways to make reading fun, this book is really a must-read for every parent. This isn't a book about 'drilling' things into your child or holding up flash cards to teach them to read...it's true focus is on how to enjoy reading with your child and make reading truly interactive and just plain FUN!" - Gabby, Work of Childhood blog, http://www.workofchildhood.com (February 2010)" - Work of Childhood

February 1, 2010

My Four Monkeys blog - Angie

""What a great resource for preschool parents! This handbook is full of tips and activities to help you prepare your child for reading as early as three years old. This 77-page book features ways to know if your child is ready to read, ways to create a literacy-rich home, tips for starting the journey, 17 fun activities to do with your child, book lists, and even a rhyming 'word families' list. I really liked the ample space in the back of the book to take notes, and really appreciated the 'Reading Readiness Road' guide. The 'Reading Readiness Road' guide helps you chart the signs your child is showing as to whether they are ready to start reading or not. It's divided by age and skill and is super easy to follow. The book lists in the back of the book are divided into sections like 'Delightful Read-alouds' and 'Books Perfect for Word Play.' Each of the 17 activities outlined in the book is easy to do anytime and anywhere. They take just a few minutes and would be prefect to keep your child occupied during a doctor's office wait or in the cart at the grocery store and at the same time preparing them to read. I am now teaching my third child to read, and I learned some great new techniques from this book. I was also reminded of the importance of a good read-aloud book as well as ways to make a literacy-rich home. In other words, have fun when reading aloud to your kids, and make sure that the children have books that are easily accessible and a comfortable space to cuddle up and read. We utilize a 30-minute reading time most nights. This serves two purposes: Encourages the kids to read as well as giving them a wind-down time before lights out. We also have what seems like a million children's books in our home. They are everywhere! But every time I try to weed out some to give away or donate (we do from time to time), I remind myself that the reason my children love books so much is that they are immersed in them daily. Having lots of books around is key! There are so many ways to encourage your child to read. No more stressful reading sessions during school time! Anytime Reading Readiness teaches you exactly how preparing your child to read can be great fun for you and them." - Angie, My Four Monkeys blog, www.myfourmonkeysproductreviews.blogspot.com (January 2009)" - My Four Monkeys blog

January 1, 2009

 

MyWeeView - Jennifer

""...a gentle way to introduce basic concepts to a little being who generally cannot stay focused for too long...The big plus is that there is nothing formal about these early introductions to literacy, so you child can do what they do best: play, which is proven to be the best time for your toddler to learn. This book is perfect for children who are about ages three and older. You can assess where your child is at by answering questions about their readiness and taking the lessons from there. The book also covers important information on how to best set up a learning environment, using noises like clapping and tapping to distinguish sounds, learning to listen, and determining when your child is ready for more." - Jennifer, MyWeeView, http://myweeview.com (January 2010)" - MyWeeView

January 1, 2010

Cathy Puett Miller

Cathy Puett Miller

Cathy Puett Miller is "The Literacy Ambassador®." 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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