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Enjoying Reading

by / Saturday, 22 February 2014 / Published in Blog, Schoolhouse Teachers
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Do you have a reader who struggles to read or who simply isn’t interested in any book you put in front of him or her? SchoolhouseTeachers.com has tools to help you address that. For younger students, we offer fully animated books from EZTales.com. All your child has to do is sit back and enjoy! If you are having trouble finding a book that interests your reader of any age, explore Michelle Miller’s Suggested Reading List. Each month, Michelle provides lists of dozens of titles broken down by theme. A suggested reading level is listed with each title.

 

If you need a way to make reading a little more fun, don’t miss out on the phonics game reviews from Teresa Evans and Everyday Games. If you need some help teaching your struggling reader to learn to read, take a look at Dr. Matthew Glavach’s Reading Lessons for Struggling Readers. Adam Andrews will walk us through exploring a different piece of literature every month as we pause to take a closer look at works by Marguerite Henry, George MacDonald, and many others.



Bonnie Rose Hudson
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Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it. - Proverbs 22:6
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