What should parents know about read-alouds?
What must every read-aloud have?
Should parents memorize a list of strategies, techniques, or questions?
Must parents spend hundreds of dollars on reading material every day?
Do parents need to set aside two hours every day for reading with their kids?
No, no and no.
There’s one thing that every parent must know during read-alouds, and I know you will be surprised. I bet it’s not what you’re thinking.
I’d love for you to head over to Scholastic Parents’ Raise a Reader blog–where I spend a wee bit o’ my writing time–to check it out. Read it and then let me know what you think.
So. What do you think?
- Do you agree or disagree with my points?
- How does your child’s learning needs compare?
- How does your parenting style compare to the ideas outlined in the post?
- Would you say that your household is similar or different to the one outlined in this post?
- What steps will you take to make changes in your home?
- What foll0w-up questions do you have? How can I help you improve in this area?
Thanks for reading, my friends!
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