With BooBoo set to begin kindergarten this fall, I’m reminded of my eldest son’s struggles in school. First there was his whole failure to sit on his square during rug time in kindergarten, only to be followed by major struggles with reading in first grade. Oh, reading.
How could something we enjoyed so much together turn into such an incredible nightmare as he began learning to read independently? The frustration, the tears – and not just from me!
As mothers all around the country (myself included) vow to work on developing their children’s reading skills this summer, I offer these 13 positive and fun ways to help your struggling reader.
For even more tips to help your young reader, check out 9 Genius Ways To Help Kids Learn To Read (And Love It).
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