Parent Mentoring

go site Shared reading has a significant impact on vocabulary development, listening comprehension and understanding of print concepts.

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http://www.swazilandforum.com/?n=cose-il-trading-binario Children from families who read together will enter kindergarten better prepared to succeed, with larger vocabularies and stronger language skills.

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click site ">http://aliciamathlin.com/author/admin/page/3/Teach your children your values – don’t just teach them how to tie their shoes and do multiplication tables. Teach them how to think about the important things in life.

source site For parents who themselves were never read to as a child, reading to their own children is unfamiliar and for many daunting, particularly if they are not good readers themselves. If parents do not understand and appreciate the importance of reading to their children from birth, we cannot break the cycle of disadvantage in these families.

have a peek here To help facilitate this change, we provide parent mentoring to support parents. Through this mentoring program we promote educational strategies and provide helpful hints to ensure their child develops a love for reading and has the skills necessary to succeed at school and life.

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