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QUICK BOOK REPORT TO STRENGTHEN READING COMPREHENSION

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Simple, easy form to print for your children to complete when they finish reading a book this week. Reviewing story elements after completing a book strengthens comprehension skills and encourages children to think independently about what they read. If they struggle with this, talk it out to better understand what their obstacle is. If it's easy f...
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"I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!" READING ACTIVITY

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In celebration of Valentine's Day, try this fun reading routine that is sure to ignite your children's love of reading. Classroom extension ideas are included as well. Have fun and post pictures of your learners loving their books on Instagram. Tag @readinghouse for a chance to win The Reading House book!


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Mix Up The Reading Material To Keep It Fresh!

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Looking for a new family routine to keep your children's interest in reading high throughout the winter months? Visit the library to sample a variety of reading materials and watch their enthusiasm grow! Diane DiMemmo is a former elementary teacher and current tutor for struggling and advanced readers. She developed many hands-on reading ...
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READING ACTIVITY: EGG CARTON COMPREHENSION

READING ACTIVITY: EGG CARTON COMPREHENSION
Try using this hands-on game the next time you read with your child. Involving them in the reading process will increase their focus and attention to the task. Egg Carton Comprehension guides them to practice reading skills that will enhance their understanding and learning. Diane DiMemmo is a former elementary teacher...
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10 Simple Ways to Strengthen A Fledgling or Challenged Reader's Abilities

10 Simple Ways to Strengthen A Fledgling or Challenged Reader's Abilities
In my book – THE READING HOUSE - I explain that there are several reading categories into which kids fit; and different types of readers need different kinds of learning opportunities. Children can be Classic Readers , Uninspired Readers , or Challenged Readers . To find out which type of reader your child is, check out our past blog article, "What...
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