Finally you have a convenient, easy-to-use program which gives you just what you need to establish a home/school partnership for teaching children basic reading skills. Use qHandbook of Reading Activitiesq to take advantage of a child's first and most important learning resource -- his parents. qHandbook of Reading Activitiesq contains activities in the areas of visual discrimination, auditory discrimination, learning letter names and phonics. Simply send appropriate activities home with the parent and child for individual practice and attention at home. These straight-forward, easy-to-implement activities, suitable for both developmental and remedial reading programs, aren't tied to any specific reading series but are exercises in the major reading skills taught in the elementary grades. With qHandbook of Reading Activitiesq your students who need that extra help to master basic reading skills can get that help at home. Parents will enjoy being an active participant in their child's learning process. And all of you -- teacher, parent and child -- will experience together the joy and satisfaction that comes from learning -- with qHandbook of Reading Activitiesq.From Teacher to Parent to Child Carl F. Brown, Mac Henry Brown ... This manual provides exercises on many of the major reading skills taught in the primary grades. The lessons are not tied to any single ... You duplicate a copy of the appropriate lessons on aquot;letter namesaquot; for the mother to use at home. You may wish to goanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Reading Activities|
|Author||:||Carl F. Brown, Mac Henry Brown|
|Publisher||:||Humanics Publishing Group - 1982-08-01|