As parents, we tend to teaching children to read, because this is an important skill that children must master. Not only does it ensure success in school when classroom learning shifts from learning to read to studying, but it is also important for future career success. Through reading children acquire most of their vocabulary. How your child develops reading comprehension depends on many factors. factors include the individual, their initial introduction to written texts, reading frequency, size of their vocabulary, and the presence or absence of certain learning difficulties that may affect language Treatments such as dyslexia are one of the main causes of reading difficulties. are tips and tricks for Teaching Children to Read
When Teaching Children To Read Choose Age-Appropriate Books
To make children read faster, children should read books that are appropriate for their age. Because reading adult books makes children lazy to read and have no interest in finishing the book. For parents, parents should also know. If the child makes more than one reading error in ten words, the level of the book that the child is reading may be too difficult.
Consider Reading While Listening
Research has shown that reading comprehension improves when children read books and listen to them at the same time. This is especially true for children who have short attention spans and low reading skills. These we as parents can use to build reading fluency, parent-child connections, and stronger vocabulary skills.
Limit Screen Usage
Activities that use screens excessively such as video games and watching TV can affect children’s interest in reading books. That’s why it’s important for parents to monitor their excessive screen time. Make alternative activities to reduce their bad habits. Parents also don’t need to be overly angry if their child refuses suggestions to reduce screen use. Do it in a smarter way, such as taking your child on a bicycle to the bookstore.