Reading is an important part of every day life. We use it every day in a variety of different ways. You started noticing your child is having problems with reading comprehension, but they can read the story just fine. What can you do to help? One solution is to ask questions during and after the story. Another solution is to read an easy chapter book and ask questions after each chapter. Encourage your child to read slower instead of a fast pace. With a little work, you can help your child improve their reading comprehension.
Monday, December 7, 2015
Reading Comprehension Problems
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