The most avid reader reads in two days what the most reluctant reads in a year.
The amount that someone reads makes a difference not just to development of reading ability, but also to the growth of vocabulary and general knowledge. The volume of knowledge is directly related to the amount of reading.
Children with poor reading skills and habits are in danger of low educational attainment. So, what can be done to prevent this from happening and how can parents help their children?
Getting off to an early start in reading helps children quickly pick up the skills they need to expand their knowledge and vocabulary
These two areas are the key :
Good early phonics-based teaching of word-decoding skills. This means helping the child to recognise and understand the sounds that letter combinations make
Support and encourage children to engage with reading
In Reading & Comprehension Class Programme, your child will be consistently engaged in the language play that develops an awareness of sound structure and language patterns.
Simultaneously, we use keywords of Ladybird’s Peter and Jane books for reading progression level