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09/11/2018



How to Identify a Struggling Reader

If you think your child is struggling with their reading abilities, there are a few telltale signs to look out for. If you're not sure what may be signs of a struggle, below are some examples of what you should be on the lookout for.

Confusing Sounds and Words

It's normal for students who are just learning to read to struggle with sounding out letters or recognizing new words. However, if your child isn't a new reader and is still struggling to recognize words they should already know or if they often confuse the sounds of certain letters with others, they may need additional reading help.

Reading Comprehension Struggles

Students who struggle to recall the information they just read or who don't understand what they are reading could benefit from additional reading help. Your child should be able to summarize the information in a passage they just read and should be able to point out the main idea of the passage. If this is something they struggle with often, reading tutoring is a good option.

Reading Related Anxiety

Students who are struggling with their reading abilities may develop a negative attitude towards the subject. They may feel defeated and will often refuse to do things like read aloud because this can expose their reading struggles. Help your child overcome their struggles so that they can develop a better reading attitude and become a more self-confident reader.

Reading Tutoring in Hoover, AL

Reading struggles can often be addressed during tutoring sessions. If this sounds like something your child can benefit from, tutoring in Hoover is something to consider. Contact The Tutoring Center, Hoover AL at (205) 987-9577 to learn about their reading tutoring programs and how these can help your child making reading advances. Don't forget to ask about your free diagnostic assessment!

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