In October, we did a special workshop on “Reading for Details” to sharpen comprehension skills. Even beginning students, read a chapter book and worked on comprehension skills.
Each Thursday, the children end the session at 5:45 PM with a puppet play. The children practice reading out loud which builds reading fluency. Guests are always welcome for the puppet play.
We still need volunteers to help the children learn to read. We appreciate your support. Come and help us teach a child to read. Reading failure stops many children from being successful in life. When we stop reading failure and teach a child to read, we change that child’s life forever. I truly believe: If you teach a child to read, you can change the world.
Reading and following directions is an important skill.
To capture a new, tricky word, a student spells the word and says the letter sounds, gives the definition, uses the word in a sentence, and writes it correctly - four steps!