Poor Readers Avoid Classwork

As a Reading Specialist working in both the elementary and high school for 18 years, I can tell you that this is something you’d probably see if your child struggles with reading skills.

Poor readers are embarrassed in school every single day because they lack confidence and skills. They find every acceptable excuse they can to leave the classroom so they don’t have to feel less smart than their classmates in reading out loud and in understanding hidden meaning in what the class is reading and discussing. How often do you get a call that your child is in the Nurse’s Office with “vague” illnesses?  You can help fix this at home.

My Read-aloud Guides offer complete, easy directions on how to increase reading comprehension by reading and discussing high-level, interesting picture books with your child at home. School reading keeps getting harder. Stop your child’s cycle of embarrassment today.

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As the Reading Hero using the Read-aloud Guides, you will start noticing a change in your child’s reading skills. Your child will also experience:

  • Boost in confidence
  • Increase in self-esteem
  • Steady academic success

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Author: booknooksbydesign_f33dhx

Reading Specialist, Picture Book Aficionado, and Westie dog Lover! Picture books are my passion and I want to empower parents to use them to help their kids become smart-thinking readers who love books!