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01/11/2018

Oral Reading Tips



Your child's ability to read effectively is made up of a number of reading skills that all work together. One of these skills is their ability to read fluently. If your child avoids having to read aloud in class because their fluency isn't great, these tips can help them improve.

Start Reading at a Young Age

Students who are very young can benefit from having someone read to them even if they can't read yet. Reading to your child at an early age can help them identify letters more quickly and can even help them understand the relationship between written letters and their corresponding sounds, giving them a reading head start.

Listen to Books

Having your child listen to a recording of the book they're reading as they quietly read along can positively impact their reading fluency. Listening to a fluent reader, correct pronunciations, and even how punctuation affects a sentence will all help your child read more fluently.

Correct Mistakes

Taking some time out of your day to read with your child is a great idea. Take turns reading aloud to each other and be sure to correct your child's reading mistakes. It may be tempting to just ignore mispronunciations, but your child will benefit from having these mistakes corrected.

Reading Tutoring in Hoover, AL,

Tutoring in Hoover is a great option for students of all skill levels and ages. Help your child have their most successful school year yet with the help of The Tutoring Center, Hoover AL. To learn about the academic programs they offer, give their learning center a call at (205) 987-9577.

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