How to Improve Reading

Parents are a child's first and most important teacher. What happens in the home in regards to education has an enormous impact on a child's reading success. During the first few years of school (KG – Grade 4), teachers are developing your child's reading skills. They are providing and teaching skills that will enable your child to become a skilled reader. However, that doesn't mean that what happens in school is enough. Learning to read takes practice and more practice and even more practice – much more than a child can get in a school day.

So, how can children get more reading opportunities and extra guidance? Simply put, they can get these at home. Read the tips below and implement them to help your child get the reading comprehension help they need to become excellent readers. Not only that, these tips and activities can develop a love for reading.

The good news is that it's not difficult. Implementing a few simple strategies and activities can have a major impact on your child's reading comprehension success.