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                                                                                                                   Reading Aloud

Reading Aloud Is One Of The Best Ways To Teach Reading

     Actually reading aloud uses all these three learning styles. For Visual you are looking at the words. For Auditory you are listening to the words and Kinetic you are doing something by speaking the words and following the

word with your finger or a pencil. So it doesn’t matter which style you are dominate in, you are still learning according to the style that suits you.

     When you read aloud, you must underline the words you are speaking with your finger. This way the kid can figure out what the word sounds like. What the kid has to do--inside his or her head--is decode the word. That is they have to match the spoken word with the written word. When they can do that, then their reading will improve.

To Homeschooling Parents And Parents of Children who are having Problems Learning to Read

Have A look At Three Free Videos About How to Teach Your Child To Read 

     Video 1: Introduction To Montessori Reading.

 Video 2: How To Make Sandpaper Letters. 

          Video 3: How To Teach Reading Using Sandpaper Letters

     As has been said many times before 'a picture tells a thousand words' and these free videos do just that. They are easier to understand as you can see how to make sandpaper letters then how to teach using them.  

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     The kid must be able to hear the word. That is why, if you suspect a hearing problem get their ears checked.

     Reading starts in your ears. First you hear the word then you match it with what you see. That is why you always point to the word you are saying. If you are just reading aloud--without pointing—the kid doesn’t know what sound matches what word.

     To learn more about a reading course see our teach reading page.

    To have a chat to other parents and to find out more about learning to read go to our forum.

Thank you for your time


Peter Legrove









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