A good reading technique is a prerequisite in learning to master comprehension and language skills. Your child can acquire and improve on their reading skills simply by practising. There is always room for improvement; so your child must read as much as possible.
For who is it?
Children from group 3, their older siblings, and parents.
What can we do?
Read a lot and often with your child. At this age, children are generally curious and very interested in languages, letters and reading. so this is the moment to do so! Now is the time to develop a good foundation for language skill, which you can also strengthen and consolidate by practising a home. Read out loud to your child, read to each other, and read a lot yourself to set a good example!
Click on the link next to “reading technically together”. Here you can read with your child at different levels. First, you will be asked to choose a level. The M and E letters stand for Middle and End. The figure behind implicates the group your child is in. So M3 = middle group 3 and E3 = end group 3. A text adapted to your child’s reading level will appear, which your child can read out loud. You yourself can read the text out loud along with your child. That way any words that your child still has trouble with reading are already read out loud by you and they can learn from your example.