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teaching readingAuthor: Gertrude Elizabeth Greene, eHow Contributor

Reading is one of the most important skills you can teach a child. If children can’t read well, they will not be able to succeed in school and will find everyday life difficult. Teaching kids to read is a long process, often taking a year or two, but it can be a fun activity that will build a strong relationship between parents and children, or teachers and students, and benefit kids for a lifetime.

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How to Teach Reading Comprehension Strategies


1. Read to your kids. Reading aloud to children gives them a love for reading and motivation to learn to read for themselves. Start when they are babies, and read from a wide variety of children’s picture books and nonfiction books. Young children especially love books about animals. Through hearing books read aloud, kids will learn vocabulary, focused attention and the rhythm and cadence of speech. When kids are about 3 or 4 years old, begin to point to the words as you read them, or take the child’s finger and help her to point to the words. Don’t let this exercise interrupt the speed or flow of the story, or it may frustrate the child.

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