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Learning at Home

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Megan Leach

on 15 July 2011

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Learning at Home You are your child's most
important teacher. News Report Tips Talk about reading at dinner or in the car.
What are you reading?
Who is your favorite character?
What is happening in the story?
How do you feel about it?
What do you think will happen next?
Do you have any connections to the story? before bed
with a sibling
take turns
act out the story
create a new ending Read Together Talk "There are documented gains in reading for children whose parents are encouraged to help with reading activities at home."
-Gestwicki "Children whose parents are involved
have more positive attitudes about
school, improved attendance, and better
homework habbits than do children
whose parents are less involved."
-Gestwicki What can you do? "In many cases, parents' assistance will be
largely in encouraging their children, ensuring
they have a time and place to do homework
and seeing that they do it."
-Graves Created by Megan Leach


Gestwicki, C., (2010). Home, School, & Community Relations. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, Cnegage Learning.

Graves, M., Juel, C., Graves, B., & Dewitz, P. (2011). Teaching Reading in the 21st Century: Motivating all Learners. Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.

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