How can I help my child who is struggling to read?
How to Help a Child Struggling With ReadingDon’t wait to get your child reading help she’s behind.Try to read to your child for a few minutes daily.Help your child choose books at her reading level.Consider checking out books on tape.Create a reader-friendly home by monitoring screen-time.
Why do struggling readers continue to struggle?
In other words, struggling readers struggle more because they get far less appropriate instruction every day than the achieving students do. Too often, even the reading lesson is drawn from a second-grade core reading program, a text too hard for that struggling reader.
How can I help a struggling reader?
Helping Struggling ReadersFind the “holes” and begin instruction there. Find where the confusion begins. Build their confidence. Most struggling readers, especially older ones, know that they struggle. Don’t leave them guessing. Model the strategies. Give them time to practice WITH your help. Make it multi-sensory.