A great strategy to help a dyslexic child read is create a reading window out of cardboard that allows the child to only read one line at a time. You can also use tinted cellophane paper to help cut down the drastic differences between the black and white print.
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Looking for a way to keep track of your student's reading? These cute monthly reading logs allow you to do just that! Each night the child reads, they simply color a coordinating picture and at the end of the month, if all of the pictures are colored in, they can earn a reward of your choice. Send these home at the start of the month or keep them at school in a folder where students can track their reading for the month.
Reading At Home - Tips For Parents This is perfect for sending home with our students! Parents would appreciate some guidelines when helping their children with their reading homework. This printable includes tips for : - integrating reading in our daily family activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!