• R.W. Sunshower Rain-Goddess

    #kidreaders #unmotivatedreaders #reading Do you have UN-motivated readers this summer? Because I do. Here's my best tips to motivate your kids and mine to read.

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    Help Your Child Read and Comprehend, Part II « Imagination Soup | Fun Learning and Play Activities for Kids

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  • Martha Rodriguez-Diaz

    Help Your Child Read and Comprehend, Part II Posted by Melissa Taylor on 12 Jun 2012 1 Comment Good readers use specific strategies; strategies that kids can learn and that you can teach your kids. Help your kids become better readers, readers who comprehend what they are reading, when you read with them from beginning readers to more advanced readers. Reading Comprehension Strategies 1. Monitor understanding I know / dont know whats happening. We talked abo#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

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